“I was very happy with the treatment I received. I loved receiving the exercises by email. It was nice to have as a reminder to do them as well as how to do them. I was also happy with explanations provided for what was causing the pain.
Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy In Edmonton
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“Prior to treatment I regularly experienced discomfort and my sleep was affected. Now I don’t have any pinching at all and no lingering pain- very satisfied with that. I found the staff all very warm and attentive. My questions were answered easily and I felt heard. Thank you for the healing!”
“I found the staff here friendly, welcoming, kind and helpful. My therapist and support staff were knowledgeable and gentle. My condition improved quickly with the therapies I received.”
Our Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy In Edmonton can be taken by any age group people to treat the hip, lower back, and pelvic region, which comprises nerves, organs, muscles, connective tissues, and ligaments for men and women. Different reasons can cause pain or other underlying issues around the pelvic.
It can be so unpleasant and can disturb you from living a comfortable life or doing other regular routines.
Using prescribed treatment from our orthopedist or sports physiotherapist, we can effectively relieve your pain or other related symptoms in your pelvic region. Contact Momentum Spine and Sports Physiotherapy Clinic today to book your appointment.
At Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy In Edmonton we treat
- Pelvic pain
- Pelvic organ prolapse
- Urgency to urinate
- Prenatal and postpartum care
- Frequent urination
- Painful intercourse
How will pelvic floor therapy treatment look like?
During your physical appointment at our Clinic, your orthopedist or sports physiotherapist will have a discussion session with you so as to know your previous medical history, symptoms, and dilemma. Our Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy In Edmonton specialist will then prepare a chart about your present condition.
After your physiotherapist has collected the needed information, further examination will be done at your PV floor joints and tissues with your informed consent. In most cases, it requires you to touch certain areas of your pelvic floor to feel any sign of pains or discomfort that may cause pelvic dysfunction.
If you feel uncomfortable with the external examination, we urge you to inform the physiotherapist immediately. Our Pelvic therapy specialist are understanding and are concerned about your situation, so be free and let the professionals take care of your pelvic dysfunction.
Your pelvic floor treatments are provided by a certified pelvic floor therapist. During therapy, both internal and external treatment will be provided by your certified pelvic floor specialist with your consent.
When you complete your examination, based on the result, your physiotherapist will create a treatment plan that is suitable for your body relating to your dysfunction and disclosed symptoms. Your treatment plan will consist of the key factors, which are exercise and education.
Then an additional plan that will involve electrical muscle stimulation, bladder/bowel tracking, manual therapy, and biofeedback will be added. As you progress further, your physiotherapist will adjust your treatment plan to match your current condition accordingly.
Significant facts about Pelvic Health
- Approximately 3.3 million people living in Canada suffer from incontinence
- 1 in 9 males are incontinent
- 1 in 4 females are incontinent
- 1 in 6 children within 0-16 years of age experience incontinence.
- Only 1 out of 12 people visit the clinic for treatment because they feel shame to talk about it or don’t know if it is treatable.
- About 50% of females experience some urinary incontinence in their life cycle.
- 33% will develop regular problems
- Nearly 10% of the population experience pelvic health condition each year
- In France, six weeks after child delivery (postpartum), every woman visits a pelvic physiotherapist to prevent pelvic pain or incontinence during recovery.
- Mostly 33% of women over the age of 30 experience pelvic health issues after natural childbirth.
- According to recent research, 1 in 4 women experiences pelvic floor dysfunction.
- Statistic research from North American indicted that 10 to 15% of women from this continent suffer pain during sex.
- 50% of older people in nursing residents are incontinent.
Our Pelvic Floor Physiotherapists In Edmonton specialists are well aware of the sensex and are waiting to provide relief to the whole world, we also do Tele Rehabilitation to cure your illness.
How to begin a proper pelvic treatment?
You living a healthy and comfortable life is our priority. If you are experiencing pelvic pain or other symptoms , contact our clinic and book an appointment with our physiotherapy specialist. Our pelvic floor therapy Edmonton are only done by registered pelvic floor therapists. No patients leave us without getting a pelvic floor physiotherapy exercises to do in home.
If you are out and your pelvic floor hurts, type pelvic floor physiotherapy near me in google and find the nearest clinic and get treated. Our health is important and your pelvic floor can indicate you about many on going conditions of your body. So be safe and enjoy life, we have just one life and lets enjoy it with a healthy pelvic floor.
Try Momentum Spine and Sports Physiotherapy Clinic and enjoy your life.