Pelvic Floor Therapy

Welcome to our Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy services at Rehab Health 360 LLC, where your comfort and well-being are our top priorities. We understand that seeking care for pelvic health can be a sensitive journey, and we want you to feel at ease from the moment you step through our doors.

Your Initial Appointment:

During your first pelvic floor appointment, our dedicated therapist will engage in a thoughtful discussion to understand your unique concerns. We approach this with respect, acknowledging the intimate nature of the topics at hand. Your detailed history will cover a range of aspects, including bladder and bowel habits, sexual function, pain history, musculoskeletal and surgical history, and even your eating habits. Following this, we conduct a holistic evaluation, encompassing posture, gait, low back and hip muscle strength, breathing patterns, and abdominal and pelvic floor strength. If necessary and with your consent, an internal pelvic floor exam may be performed.

What to Expect for Treatment:

Your personalized treatment plan will be crafted based on your diagnosis and symptoms. Expect recommendations for individualized exercises, with the potential inclusion of manual therapy targeting the abdominal, pelvic floor, hip, low back, or bladder regions. We provide you with a home program designed to help you achieve your goals.

We want to assure you that our practice is a safe space, and your privacy is paramount. Our commitment to quality care is unwavering, and we are excited to support you on your journey to improved pelvic health. Take the first step towards a healthier you with Rehab Health 360 LLC.

Click here to learn about our pelvic floor therapist Dr. Fatema Kanchwala!

Conditions We Treat:

Pregnancy:

- Pelvic, hip and low back pain

- Sacroiliac Joint and Sciatic

-Preparation for delivery or VBAC

- Pelvic floor strengthening

- Urinary frequency/urgency and continence

- Bowel function and constipation

- Round ligament pain

Postpartum:

- Safe return to exercise and running

- Pelvic floor strengthening

- Stress incontinence

- Fecal incontinence

- Diastasis Recti

- C-section scar mobilization

- Low back and sacral pain

- Prolapse

Bowel and Bladder:

- Recurrent UTI

- Stress/Urge/Mixed incontinence

- Overactive bladder

- Interstitial Cystitis (Painful bladder syndrome)

- Pelvic floor dyssynergia

- Constipation

- Irritable bowel syndrome

- Anal pain

- Coccydynia

Pelvic Pain:

- Vulvodynia/Vestibulodynia

- Pelvic floor spasm

- Endometriosis

- Pudendal Neuralgia

- Vaginismus

- Painful Penetration

- Post Prostatectomy

- Post Abdominal surgery

- Post urogynecological surgery

- Groin pain