At our clinic, we understand the unique health needs of women throughout all stages of life. That’s why we offer specialized women’s health physical therapy services to help women with a variety of conditions, including urinary incontinence, pelvic pain, sacro-iliac dysfunction, post abdominal surgical issues, and prenatal and postpartum pregnancy-related issues.
Our Approach: Our women’s health physical therapy program is led by an experienced therapist who has advanced education and experience in the area of obstetrics and gynecologic physical therapy. We take a comprehensive approach to treatment, focusing on individualized care and education to help women achieve their goals.
Our Services: We offer a range of women’s health physical therapy services to meet the needs of women of all ages and stages of life, including:
Urinary Incontinence Treatment: Our therapist can create a personalized treatment plan to help women improve bladder control and reduce symptoms of urinary incontinence.
Prenatal/Postpartum Care: We offer specialized care for women during pregnancy and after delivery, helping to improve pelvic floor function, reduce pain, and prevent or treat common pregnancy-related issues.
Pelvic Pain Treatment: Our therapist can provide individualized treatment to address pelvic pain, which can be caused by a variety of factors such as musculoskeletal issues or underlying medical conditions.
Sacro-iliac Dysfunction Treatment: Our team can develop a personalized treatment plan to help women who are experiencing sacro-iliac joint dysfunction, which can cause pain and discomfort in the lower back, hips, and legs.
Post-Abdominal Surgical Care: We offer specialized care for women who have undergone abdominal surgery, such as hysterectomy, c-section, or laparoscopy, helping to reduce pain and improve recovery.
Yes, many insurance plans cover women’s health physical therapy services. Our team can help you understand your coverage and work with you to maximize your benefits.
During a women’s health physical therapy session, our therapist will conduct a thorough evaluation and develop a personalized treatment plan based on your individual needs. Treatment may include manual therapy, exercises, and education.
While women’s health physical therapy is not a direct treatment for postpartum depression, it can help improve physical health and function, which can have a positive impact on mental health.
The duration of recovery can vary depending on the condition being treated and its severity. However, many women experience significant improvement within 6-8 weeks of starting women’s health physical therapy.
In most cases, a referral from a doctor is not required to receive women’s health physical therapy. However, some insurance plans may require a referral. We recommend checking with your insurance provider to confirm their requirements.