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Women’s Pelvic Floor Rehab

SPORTS MEDICINE WOMEN’S HEALTH:

When the term “core training” is mentioned, one often thinks of sit-ups and six-packs. While important, these muscles are just a small part of the core. An often overlooked and extremely important group of muscles comprising the bottom of our core is what we collectively term the “pelvic floor.” These muscles are responsible for keeping our organs in place against gravity and are vitally important for proper bathroom and sexual functions. 

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), painful pelvic or hip pain, 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. This isn’t the traditional pelvic PT where you just lie on the table getting passive treatment! Our therapists have not only completed advanced internal and external pelvic floor training, they have completed training in returning female athletes to sport safely and adapting training to manage pressure appropriately. Whether you are pregnant, postpartum, a high-level athlete, or an average joe weekend warrior, we have your needs covered! 

CONDITIONS WE TREAT:

Prenatal and postpartum care

Prenatal conditions, including how to adapt your workouts to safely adjust to your changing body

Postpartum return to activity/sport

Urinary Incontinence: stress, urge, mixed

->Especially stress (leakage during running, jumping, lifting, coughing, sneezing)

Abdominal pain/separation

->Diastasis Recti

Pelvic organ prolapses

->cystocele, rectocele, rectal prolapse, uterine/apical, enterocele

Musculoskeletal components of urogynecologic pain syndromes

->Pelvic pain, levator ani syndrome, vulvodynia, interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome, vaginismus

Pain with intercourse (dyspareunia)

Piriformis syndrome

Pelvic girdle pain

Hip pain

Coccyx/tailbone pain

Sciatica

Sacroiliac pain

Low back pain

OUR WOMEN’S HEALTH SERVICES ARE CURRENTLY PROVIDED AT THE WEST CHESTER CLINIC

(Blue Ash clinic COMING FEBRUARY 2020!)