Female Pelvic Pain / Incontinence

Many things can happen in a woman’s life that can cause dysfunction in a her pelvic floor. For example, childbirth — either vaginal or c-section — can overstretch muscles and nerves, damage connective tissue leading to prolapse, change positionings of the pelvis, and/or decrease the effectiveness of muscular contractions because of scar tissue. Hormonal changes throughout a woman’s lifetime can also affect the functioning of the pelvic floor. Various traumas — whether a fall, an auto accident, side effects from a surgery or an unpleasant sexual experience can cause dysfunction in the pelvic floor and lead to pain and/or incontinence. Some women and girls are born with very tight muscles and that can lead to pain and incontinence. If all this wasn’t enough, conditions such as endometriosis, interstitial cystitis (painful bladder syndrome) and pudendal neuralgia are also commonly associated with pelvic pain, painful sex, and incontinence.
It is estimated that nearly 25% of women have a pelvic floor disorder. And because the likelihood of developing a pelvic floor disorder increases with age, 50% of women may suffer from a pelvic floor disorder by age 80. In fact, incontinence is one of the leading factors for admittance to a nursing home.
While it is common, it is not normal and should not be an accepted part of aging. It is worth the effort to address these issues when they first become evident.
At The Perfect Pelvis, we can help you determine the cause of
your issue(s), and then design a personalized program address your particular dysfunction(s). Treatment may include:

    • Myofascial release
    • Biofeedback
    • Relaxation techniques
    • Stretching of the pelvic floor
    • Strengthening of the pelvic floor
    • Coordination of pelvic floor muscles with the rest of the body

    Don’t suffer any longer. The Perfect Pelvis can help.

     

     

    Male Pelvic Pain / Incontinence

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    Pediatric Pelvic Pain / Incontinence

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    Pregnancy / Postpartum

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    Welcome to The Perfect Pelvis

    We help people with incontinence and pelvic pain get back to active lives without the need for surgery or medications.

    You can talk to your friends and family about your back pain, but pelvic health issues, such as urinary incontinence and painful sex, are different—it can feel embarrassing to tell anyone. Even if you have friends or family you can talk to, they may have little to no advice to provide.

    Who can you ask for help when you have urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence, or pelvic pain?

    The Perfect Pelvis was created to help people get answers as to why they are hurting or leaking. Then provide the treatment they need, so that they can get back to living life on their terms. Each appointment is approximately 60 minutes long, allowing time to discover and treat the root cause of the problem- not just mask symptoms.

    Medications and surgery can be helpful, and even necessary for some patients, but they may have side effects.

    Physical therapy for the pelvic floor has no side effects.

    If you want to live life free of incontinence and pain, and want a treatment that works to treat the root cause of the problem without side effects- call for your free screen today.

    The Perfect Pelvis can help.

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    — Richard James Molloy

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