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Women's Well-being Physiotherapy is the care of women in relation to childbirth, both antenatally and postnatally, including the teaching of prenatal classes, the treatment of incontinence, and the care of women following Gynecological surgery, which was founded in the clinical area of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Incontinence, pelvic/vaginal discomfort, pregnancy, and postpartum musculoskeletal pain, osteoporosis, rehabilitation following breast surgery, lymphedema, education prevention, wellness, and exercise are now included in the scope of practice. Physical therapy benefits all females throughout their lives, from youthful athletes to pregnant mothers to menopausal and elderly women.
Your diagnosis and therapy will be based on your current condition. It normally begins with a thorough and confidential history. While these sensitive topics are frequently difficult to talk, understanding the beginning of your symptoms and how they influence your everyday life is critical in determining the best course of treatment. The evaluation of your abdominal muscles, pelvis, and lumbar spine will most likely be the first part of the physical examination. This is a crucial component of your evaluation because it allows you to determine the tone, strength, and control of your pelvic floor muscles.
The pelvic floor muscles and connective tissue will be palpated for evidence of pelvic organ prolapse, damage or scarring, muscular tone, tenderness, feeling, and neural sensitivity. The strength and endurance of the pelvic floor muscle will then be assessed. It's crucial to figure out if the left and right pelvic floor muscles, as well as the superficial and deep pelvic floor muscles, are working together, and if not, why not. The results of the assessment will be shared with you, and treatment will be determined by the findings as well as your symptoms.
Women's physical therapy addresses issues unique to women, such as pelvic floor abnormalities. Pelvic floor dysfunction and pain are persistent difficulties for millions of women. Pelvic floor diseases are caused by weaker pelvic muscles or rips in the pelvic organs' connective tissue. Many women are unaware of treatment choices that can help them relieve pain and enhance their overall quality of life.
Loss of bladder control, stress urinary incontinence or mixed incontinence
Frequent or sudden urges to urinate
Discomfort related to the bladder and/or urethra
Dropping of the pelvic organs; including bladder, bowel, rectum, uterus, vagina
Loss of bowel control
Pelvic floor muscle weakness, tightness, or pain
Pelvic pain, including but not limited to vulvar pain, pain with urination, vaginal pain
Pain and dysfunction during and following pregnancy
Additional Women's Health Physical Therapy Services
Breast cancer, including lymphedema management and congestive decongestive therapy
Pre-and post-partum low back pain and general deconditioning