Incontinence and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
At Health Quest Therapy, Physical and Occupational Therapists provide Pelvic Floor muscle rehabilitation. Pelvic Floor Dysfunction is a condition in which the muscles in the pelvis do not work properly. The term Pelvic Floor Dysfunction encompasses a grouping of physical conditions that are impacted by the muscles and the organs they control within the pelvic region. The bladder, prostate, rectum as well as the female reproductive organs can be adversely affected when the muscles of the pelvis are not working correctly.
Problems with the pelvic floor muscle group often manifest into urinary difficulties, and bowel dysfunction, and is experienced equally by both men and women. In order for the body to properly urinate and defecate the muscles within the pelvic region must act in unison. Dysfunction occurs when the pelvic floor muscles are either too tight or too lax and do not function in a coordinated way.
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Find out more by downloading our informational brochure, and learn how Physical Therapy may be your best option to get you back to healthy physical function.
Incontinence and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction is a very personal diagnosis, and can be emotionally devastating for those who live with this condition. A Health Quest Occupational therapist will assess your unique situation with compassion and a genuine understanding of the intimate nature of your dysfunction. Together, through specialized treatment strategies we will work to return you to full physical function.
Occupational and Physical Therapy treatment plans at Health Quest Therapy, Inc. follow evidence based practice.
Our treatment plans are designed to include the necessary time, frequency, and intensity needed to achieve optimum results. We offer a variety of specialized treatment methods and state of the art equipment.