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Techniques for Addressing Pelvic Floor Disorders

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Millions of women and men around the United States suffer from pelvic pain, weakness, incontinence, and other disorders related to the pelvic floor. The symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction (PFD) can seem to affect every aspect of life. The physical therapists at CORE 3 PT use advanced technologies and proven treatments to help patients reclaim their active lifestyle, free from pain. When in need of pelvic floor therapy, Bucks County PA locals trust in our board-certified specialists.

We treat a variety of pelvic floor conditions, including bladder disorders, bowel disorders, pelvic pain, pelvic organ prolapse, men’s pelvic disorders, and pediatric pelvic disorders. Call 267-308-5330 today to schedule a consultation.

Techniques We Use to Address Pelvic Floor Disorders

The physical therapists at CORE 3 PT are board certified—a distinction obtained by only about 20% of physical therapists. We have the knowledge, experience, and technologies to personalize your treatment based on your health and your specific symptoms. Common therapeutic techniques we use to address symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction (PFD) in men and women include:

  • Pelvic floor strength exercises
  • Therapeutic exercises to help patients regain control of their pelvic floor
  • Postural correction to reduce discomfort and enhance muscle function
  • Massage and manual therapy to improve flexibility and muscle relaxation
  • Biofeedback to enhance pelvic floor coordination
  • Pelvic myofascial release techniques to reduce tightness that contributes to discomfort and incontinence
  • Relaxation techniques
  • Nutritional education
  • Electrical stimulation to reduce pain and strengthen muscles

There’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to treating pelvic floor dysfunction. Our therapists will personalize your treatment plan to your health history, symptoms, and lifestyle.

Contact CORE 3 PT Today to Discuss Pelvic Floor Therapy | Bucks County PA!

Your health is your most important asset. The physical therapists at CORE 3 PT are here to help you address the symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction to restore your active, comfortable, and embarrassment-free lifestyle.

Because our therapists are Direct Access Certified, you do not need a doctor’s referral to start treatment. To get answers to your pelvic floor-related questions or to set up an appointment, call us today at 267-308-5330.