Why Pelvic Floor Therapy?

At Impact Physio & Sports Clinic, we have been successfully treating various pelvic floor problems in both male and female clients for over a decade. We have pelvic pain specialists, a certified Rost Therapy Clinician and a certified Pelvic Floor Pilates clinician on staff to support you with any issues you have that concern your pelvic floor.


As with all of our therapies, our clinicians are available to help support you in coming up with the ideal and holistic healing plan for you. If you have any issues with pelvic floor muscles, our highly-trained and kind staff will work with you to provide lasting solutions for any problems you may have.

What is Pelvic Floor Therapy?

Pelvic floor dysfunction is the general term for any condition that affects your ability to tighten and relax your pelvic floor muscles correctly. Applicable to both men and women, pelvic floor physical therapy is a specialized form of treatment done on the pelvic floor muscles group. 

This group is responsible for many bodily functions. It supports the full body when it comes to lifting weights, walking, controlling bladder function and passing waste, as well as helping with pregnancy, birth and during orgasm. If you cannot perform any of these functions properly, we will likely advise that you consider Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy.

 

Pelvic Floor Therapy Can Help Heal:

  • Painful Constipation
  • Urinary Tract Infection
  • Painful Urination
  • Discomfort during intercourse
  • Vaginismus
  • Endometriosis
  • Premature Ejaculation
  • Painful Ejaculation
  • Lower back pain
  • Feeling pressure felt in your rectum
  • Bowel Strains
  • Urinary issues

 

Who is the right candidate for Pelvic Floor Therapy?

If you experience any of the above mentioned symptoms , you have trouble to solve them then you are the right candidate for the therapy at Impact Physiotherapy Clinic. Pelvic dysfunction has several reasons behind – it can be due to obesity, nerve damage, after a pelvic surgery, after a child birth, constipation and after a patient falls from certain height.

 

How Can Impact Physiotherapy Help You?

At Impact Physio Clinic, our experts physically examine the body and help you to control the ability of motion of your pelvic floor. Doctor will check knots, contraction and weakness of the muscles and draw possible metrics to recover the patient. Our doctors may also conduct urinogenital organ inspection if requires. Granville therapists are certified and use following techniques:

  • Therapists educate their patients who need to learn about their pelvic anatomy and physiology. They teach the important and easy ways to keep hygiene and avoid disease symptoms.
  • Examination is followed by pelvic floor exercises to relieve pain.
  • Doctors also make the exercises effective by teaching breathing timings techniques.
  • They may also place surface electrodes on the perineum or sacrum levels to test pelvic muscle control.
  • For determining muscles coordination, strength and pressure, our certified physiotherapists may also perform anorectal manometry.
  • If the flow of urine is very weak this indicates pelvic floor dysfunction, then our doctors also perform uroflow tests to fix your urination problems.
  • Manual therapy with hand-massage is also done at Granville Physiotherapy Clinic.
  • To teach the patient how pelvic muscles work, our physiotherapists insert a probe in man and female urogenital parts so that they can view their muscles motion on the computer screen.

 

Is Pelvic Floor Therapy Right for You?

If you experience any of the symptoms mentioned above and are having issues knowing how to heal them, our trained clinicians can help! Pelvic dysfunction can occur for several reasons; it can be due to nerve damage, impact trauma, obesity, constipation, or after pelvic surgery or childbirth. Helping strengthen this muscle group can heal many or all symptoms of pelvic dysfunction.

 

What Happens In an Appointment?

At Impact Physio Clinic, our pelvic specialist will talk to you about all the physical issues you are experiencing and gather information on your medical history. They will then physically examine your body and see how you control the ability of motion on your pelvic floor.

 

To Check Your Functionality, Your Specialist May Use the Following Techniques:

  • The clinician will review your knots, contraction and weakness of the muscles to draw possible metrics to recover the patient.
  • Our doctors may also conduct urinogenital organ inspection if a particular situation requires it. Your urinogenital system is the anatomy of your urinary tract and reproductive organs and we test its cells through lab analysis.
  • Your anterior pelvic tilt specialist may place surface electrodes on the perineum or sacrum levels to test pelvic muscle control.
  • For determining muscle coordination, strength and pressure, our certified physiotherapists may also perform anorectal manometry.  We will insert a small tube to measure the pressure of your sphincter muscles.
  • If the flow of urine is weak, this may indicate pelvic floor dysfunction. If this is a symptom of yours, then our doctors will perform a uroflow test to fix your urination problems. This test measures the flow and force of your stream during urination.

After your examination, your therapist will educate you about your anatomy and physiology. To teach you how pelvic muscles work, your physiotherapists may insert a probe into your urogenital parts so that you can view your muscle motion on the computer screen.

We will teach you important and easy ways to keep hygiene and avoid disease symptoms. We will show you pelvic floor exercises to relieve pain. Our doctors also make exercises more productive by teaching breathing timings techniques. We may also do manual therapy with hand-massage. At the end of your session, we will recommend future treatments and exercises you can do to strengthen this muscle group.

 

Book Today!

You don’t have to live with pelvic dysfunction! Our trained and kind doctors are here to help you on your path towards healing. Book your appointment to talk to our specialists today!

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