Physical Therapy Connections, P.C. uses a pelvic floor treatment program that addresses urinary incontinence, pain, prolapse, E.D., and other pelvic floor dysfunctions.
Stephanie Nolting, DPT is a Physical Therapist that has a passion for treating pelvic floor dysfunctions and providing Safe and Pain free treatment. Significant changes can be seen as little as 3-6 sessions. Our patients love our pelvic floor treatment.
Here is what people are saying about pelvic floor treatment at Physical Therapy Connections!
“My stress incontinence improved and made my life better. Stephanie was great and encouraged me along the way”
-Alyssa (42 years old)
“I have been having problems with my bladder for years, nothing seemed to help when I went to Physical Therapy Connections, I was skeptical. I didn’t think therapy would help, I had never heard of physical therapy for bladder problems, but I began to see improvement the first week. I had less and less pain and didn’t feel the constant urgency. It is so great I am so happy and so grateful after dealing with this problem for years. Thank you so much Stephanie and Physical Therapy Connections”. -D.C
Some people have concerns with what treatment of the pelvic floor might mean. Here’s what to expect: First I learn about your specific concerns because not everyone is the same, even similar symptoms may require different treatment. Then, I teach everyone what the pelvic floor is and how it normally works. There is a lot of surprising information on what is normal about the bladder and how to properly do kegels.
The assessment of movement, strength, motion, coordination and alignment of the whole body is our next step this all happens with clothes on. Exercises for home are developed based on individual needs.
The internal assessment of the pelvic floor muscles requires disrobing from the waist down to visually inspect how the muscles respond with cough, kegel and bearing down. No speculum is required like in a OBGYN office because we are not looking at internal organs; it is a gentle assessment to test strength, test for prolapse, and identify any areas of abnormal tightness that may contribute to pelvic pain or incontinence. People are always able to decline if they are not comfortable with going to the internal stage of assessment. The pelvic floor muscles can also be assessed on male patients.
Call now to schedule your Evaluation and treatment. 719-565-6678
For detailed information on how to get started at home, click the link below, it’s so much more than just bladder control!