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Common sources of Pelvic Pain & Incontinence

  • Weakness or tightness of the pelvic floor or core muscles

  • Joint dysfunction

  • Muscles strength and flexibility imbalance

  • Trauma to the pelvic floor muscles including pregnancy or childbirth

  • Poor posture or movement patterns

  • Pelvic floor or abdominal muscles not working in coordination

  • Underlying medical, gynecological, or urological conditions

Different Treatment Options:

  • Strengthening: exercises are used to strengthen and coordinate the pelvic floor muscles.

  • Stretching: lengthening tight muscles to allow for proper function.

  • Trigger Point Release: applying pressure to muscles to decrease tension and pain.

  • Soft Tissue Massage: decreasing tightness and tension in muscles.

  • Dry Needling: monofilament inserted into the muscle to alleviate pain and tightness.

  • Biofeedback: measures the strength of the pelvic floor muscles contraction and relaxation.

  • Lifestyle Changes: provider will work with you to assess nutritional habits and general health and wellness.

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