Women's Pelvic Therapy
Many women have unique pelvic floor conditions that significantly impact their lives and don't know where to turn. In many cases there is a solution.
Our pelvic health specialists in Northville Physical rehabilitation are expert in dealing with such conditions and have helped many women with pelvic pain and dysfunction by implementing our unique holistic treatment methodology of patient education, manual techniques, therapeutic exercise, and modalities to achieve fast and long-lasting results for our patients.
We understand and have successfully treated a variety of pelvic floor conditions affecting women.
Pelvic floor physical is the first line of treatment for pelvic floor conditions. Our experts at Northville pelvic health rehabilitation help you identify and strengthen your core pelvic pyramid with a customized treatment plan.Pelvic floor therapy is a non-surgical, non-medicated solution that may include:
- Exercises to identify and strengthen your pelvic floor,
- Core strengthening,
- Electrical stimulation
- Soft tissue mobilization,
- Myofascial release,
- Visceral manipulation,
- Joint mobilization,
- Relaxation techniques, and
- Self-care education including diet and lifestyle changes
Our Women health specialist treat chronic pelvic pain, sexual dysfunctions, urinary or bowel problems, pelvic organ prolapse, incontinence, and side effects from cancer, urogynecology surgeries, menopause, pregnancy and childbirth. Our therapist understands the physical, emotional and social challenges of these conditions and are here to help you regain your quality of life. We treat women of in all stages of their life. We listen, understand and care for you. Our specialists provide a thorough screening of your health condition and coordinate care with other medical providers to help you regain the quality of life that is most important to you. Our team of caring, capable and compassionate therapists are here to help you optimize your bowel, bladder, sexual and activities of your day-to-day life.
Are You a Good Candidate for Women's Health Physical Therapy?
Women Pelvic Health Diagnosis We Treat
- Urinary Problems
- Fecal Problems
- Chronic Pelvic Pain
- Pregnancy & Postpartum Problems
- Pelvic Organ Prolapse
Men's Pelvic Therapy
Our dedicated and very skilled team of Pelvic health therapist are here to help you find the conservative and non-invasive solutions for post prostatectomy incontinence, Pelvic pain, sexual difficulties, and bowel and bladder problems. Our mission is to provide a holistic non medicated rehabilitation to help men of all ages return to a healthy and active lifestyle wherein they enjoy their work and recreations without pain and discomfort. We understand that discussing these sensitive issues can be difficult, our pelvic health physical therapist is experienced and trained to guide you through the process and help you connect to the appropriate resources. We work with multidisciplinary team of experts and help you achieve your highest health goals
If you are experiencing symptoms of incontinence after your prostrate surgery, have chronic pelvic pain, issues with urination or defecation, sexual difficulties or other urogenital or rectal issues, pelvic floor physical therapy may be right for you. If you are unsure whether pelvic physical rehabilitation would meet your need, you can request a free telephone consultation with our specialist.
If you already know that pelvic floor therapy is right for you, call us at (248)349-9339 to schedule an evaluation with one of our men's pelvic health specialist.Men's pelvic health diagnosis we treat are:
- Post prostatectomy incontinence
- Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome
- Chronic Prostatitis
- Levator Ani Syndrome
- Non-relaxing Pelvic Floor
- Pudendal Neuralgia
- Testicular Pain (Testalgia)
- Scrotal Pain (Scrotalgia)
- Penile Pain
- Pain with erection, ejaculation, or post-ejaculation
- Peyronie's Disease
- Erectile Dysfunction
- Bladder Dysfunction
- Urinary Retention
- Overactive Bladder, Urinary Frequency (Frequent Micturition)
- Interstitial Cystitis, Painful Bladder Syndrome
- Stress Urinary Incontinence, Urge Urinary Incontinence
- Sphincter Dyssynergia
- Bowel Dysfunction
- Anorectal Pain, Proctalgia Fugax
- Chronic Constipation
- Fecal Incontinence
- Low back, hip, lower abdominal, groin, or tailbone pain that has not responded to conventional treatment