Do you leak urine when you sneeze, laugh or cough?
Are you pregnant or have pain in your back, hips or groin?
Do you experience pain during intimacy?
DON’T SUFFER ANY LONGER! PHYSICAL THERAPY CAN HELP.
KureSmart PT can help women and men of all ages find relief from these types of issues.
Our Pelvic Health Physical Therapists, Mary Naylor, and Emily Selby specialize in pelvic floor rehabilitation. They are devoted to helping women and men get back to their normal, active lifestyle by providing personal care and customized treatment programs.
We believe that the best outcomes are achieved when patients are fully informed, invested partners in the rehabilitative process and when all potential contributing factors are evaluated and considered in developing the treatment plan for each individual.
Pelvic Floor Conditions We Treat:
- Pelvic Floor Weakness and/or dysfunction
- Chronic/Myofascial Pelvic Pain Syndromes
- Pre and post-prostatectomy rehabilitation
- Pre and post-partum low back pain and sacroiliac joint and hip pain
- Post-Partum Discomfort and Reconditioning
- Painful Intercourse
- Pelvic Girdle Pain
- Urinary Incontinence: urge and stress
- Bladder Concerns
- Chronic Constipation
- Pelvic Organ Prolapse
- Post-Gynecological Surgery
- Post-Abdominal Surgery
How Physical Therapy Can Help Pelvic Floor Conditions
Physical therapy aimed at pelvic floor rehabilitation has helped many people regain control of their lives. Many of the conditions that affect pelvic health are embarrassing and can have a negative impact on quality of life. Instead of seeking help, some people choose to live with these conditions because of embarrassment. But KureSmart PT makes it easy to seek treatment. With our physical therapists that are specialized in pelvic health, we can treat many conditions with personalized treatment plans.
There are many factors that contribute to pelvic floor conditions and therapy is a process that involves work to resolve those factors. Our pelvic health physical therapists are not simply trying to mask the pain; they are actively trying to rehabilitate the patient for long term results. Their goal is give the patient maximum function especially during normal everyday activities such as urinating, defecating and sexual activity.
After a full assessment, our physical therapists will spend a lot of time educating patients on their condition. We believe open communication is vital for the rehabilitation of the patient. If they understand what is going on and how we plan to treat them, this should eliminate the depression and frustration that we often see in patients with pelvic floor disorders. Most importantly, when the patient understands what the problem is, they will understand the power they have to fix it. Pelvic floor physical therapy will include home exercises and other lifestyle recommendations to help treat the condition.
The length of treatment each patient will need is different from person to person. Factors such as the diagnosis and severity of the condition are considered in each unique treatment plan. We are currently seeking new patients who suffer from the above mentioned pelvic floor conditions. To schedule an appointment with one of our certified pelvic health physical therapists, call 410-224-0144 today.