Pelvic Floor Assessment & Treatment

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Pelvic Floor

Pelvic floor issues can affect both men and women, although the specific symptoms may vary between the two. Here are some common symptoms for both genders:

  • Urinary problems:  frequent urination, urgency, difficulty starting or stopping urination, weak urine flow, or urinary incontinence.
  • Bowel problems: constipation, straining during bowel movements, or fecal incontinence.
  • Pelvic pain: constant or intermittent, mild discomfort to severe pain, and may worsen with certain activities or positions
  • Sexual dysfunction: erectile dysfunction in men or pain during intercourse in women.
  • Pelvic organ prolapses (specific in women): the pelvic organs (such as the uterus, bladder, or rectum) descend into the vaginal canal, causing a bulge or pressure sensation.
How can we help you if you have pelvic floor issues?
  • Medical history discussion;
  • Physical examination via external and/or internal assessments;
  • Function assessment for the strength, coordination, and flexibility of pelvic floor muscles;
  • Biofeedback: ultrasound imaging may be used to provide visual feedback about the activity and function of pelvic floor muscles for more awareness and control;
  • Personalized treatment plan: a combination of techniques, such as pelvic floor exercises, relaxation techniques, manual therapy, electrical stimulation, or behavioral modifications.
  • Education and self-care advices to manage your symptoms.

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