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Pelvic Pain Treatment

Pelvic Pain Treatment: What You Need to Know 

Pelvic pain can be a debilitating and traumatic experience. But the good news is that there are treatments out there that can help — including pelvic floor physical therapy. If you are struggling with pelvic pain, here’s what you need to know about pelvic floor physical therapy and how it can help you. 

What Is Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy? 


Pelvic floor physical therapy is a type of rehab designed to reduce or eliminate pelvic pain. It works by strengthening the muscles in the area, which helps reduce tension and inflammation that can be causing your pain. It also helps increase flexibility, so you can move around more easily and have less discomfort during activity. In addition, it increases circulation to the area, which helps promote healing and reduces swelling. As a result of these benefits, many people have found relief from their pelvic pain after completing pelvic floor physical therapy sessions. 

How Does It Work? 


Pelvic floor physical therapy typically involves a combination of exercises and manual techniques such as myofascial release and trigger point myofascial release. These therapies help relax tense muscles, improve range of motion, and reduce inflammation in the area — all of which contribute to reducing or eliminating pelvic pain symptoms. The therapist may also use modalities such as ultrasound or electrical stimulation to further relax tense muscles and encourage healing in the area. In addition, they may provide advice on lifestyle changes such as diet modifications that could help reduce your symptoms even further. 

At  Distinctive Physical Therapy & Wellness Center, we specialize in providing pelvic floor physical therapy for individuals suffering from chronic pelvic pain. Our therapists are highly trained and experienced in helping patients find relief from their symptoms, and they offer a personalized approach to ensure that each patient’s individual needs are met. If you think pelvic floor physical therapy may be right for you, contact us today to book an appointment.

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