(Pre/Post Natal Care)
Our outpatient physical therapists provide compassionate care while educating women regarding proper strengthening of low back, abdominal, and surrounding pelvic musculature to decrease pain and increase conditioning both pre-and postdelivery.
Many types of incontinence can be effectively treated with physical therapy, including:
- Stress Incontinence (leaking when coughing, laughing or sneezing)
- Urge Incontinence (leaking when hearing water run or putting “key in the door”)
- Mixed Incontinence (a combination of stress and urge incontinence)
Faith Regional’s women’s health physical therapist understands the emotions that incontinence may cause. She effectively treats incontinence while easing her patients’ fears and embarrassment.
Types of pelvic pain that can be effectively treated with physical therapy include:
Pelvic floor muscle spasm
Coccydynia: pain in tailbone
Dyspareunia and Vagnismus: pain with intercourse
Piriformis syndrome: pain across the buttock that may travel down the leg
Faith Regional’s women’s health physical therapist understands the emotions that pelvic pain may cause. She effectively treats pelvic pain while easing her patients’ fears and embarrassment.
The treatment for osteoporosis is a combination of medication, proper diet and exercise. But not all exercises are safe or appropriate for individuals with osteopenia or osteoporosis. Therefore, it is imperative that individuals with these diagnoses request therapists with specialized knowledge to offer the safest and most effective exercise program. Our therapists at Faith Regional can put together a comprehensive program based on the proper type of exercise, posture and education to provide you with the tools you need for osteoporosis treatment.