Women’s Pelvic Floor Rehab
Here at Mobility Fit, we focus on the complete person, including any pelvic floor concerns you might have. This could be urinary leakage during running or lifting, painful intercourse, abdominal separation (diastasis recti), pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic or hip pain, constipation, or more. We know that the pelvic floor is only a part of the dynamic core, and we use our advanced training and knowledge to design individualized treatment regimens to get you back to doing what you love.
What is Pelvic Floor Rehab
Conditions We Treat
difficulty emptying, urgency, incontinence, frequency, painful urination
pain, lack of sensation
Prolapse or prolapse repair:
cystocele, rectocele, urethrocele, uterine prolapse
bladder pain, vaginal pain, perineal pain, rectal pain, tailbone/coccyx pain
diastasis rectus abdominis, abdominal pain, abdominal weakness, hernia repairs, scar pain or restrictions post c-section or other abdominal surgery
Lumbar, SI Joint, or hip pain that has not responded to other treatment or fully resolved
Pregnancy and postpartum
How We are Different
What to Expect
Treatment will consist of training your breath patterns, pelvic floor muscles, core, as well as hips and shoulders to all help manage pressure and protect your pelvis and trunk. We will provide you with plenty of education to understand your normal function and learn to optimize that function long-term through a whole-person approach, including diet, fluid intake, habit changes, and the exercise program we will gradually develop through the course of therapy.
It will be important to complete your therapy plan of care and not just stop when your symptoms start to improve – we will be gradually creating a long-term management plan for you to follow, and the exercises you will be doing at your 6th visit should be substantially different from the exercise you will be doing at visit 12! Our plan will typically include therapy visits 1-2x per week, with the duration of treatment dependent on the severity and chronicity of your symptoms, as well as how quickly your body responds to your home program and therapy visits. Every patient is an individual with their own background, so we don’t expect every plan of care to be the same, but do expect to encompass at least 8 weeks due to the physiology of soft tissue healing and muscle development.