Physical therapy goals are focused in restoring function and reducing pain. When it comes to Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy, physical therapists receive further training as those goals apply to the pelvic floor muscles and conditions. The pelvic floor is a grouping of muscles that sits as a bowl in the base of your pelvis to assist with stability of the pelvis, breathing, continence of bowel and bladder, and support of the organs. The muscles, like any other muscle in the body, can become dysfunctional and lead to myofascial pain, incontinence, and other conditions. Your physical therapist will educate you further on how this group can contribute to your particular diagnosis as well as create a treatment plan with you and your physician to allow you to reach your goals.
Meet Our Physicial Therapists
Kendal Lynch, DPT