Causes of Pelvic Pain & Incontinence

  • Conditions associated with pregnancy and postpartum

  • Weakness or tightness of the pelvic floor or core muscles

  • Misalignment of a joint

  • Muscle strength and stretch imbalance

  • Trauma to the pelvic floor muscles such as child birth, abuse, or falling on the tailbone

  • Surgical scars and adhesions

  • Repetitive motion causing strain on the pelvic floor muscles

  • Poor posture

  • Pelvic floor or abdominal muscles not working in coordination with each other

  • Pelvic floor inflammation

  • Abdominal bloating

Different Treatment Options:

Biofeedback: Measures the strength of the pelvic floor muscle contraction and relaxation

Relaxation Techniques & Strengthening: Exercises including kegels and core stabilization activities are used to strengthen and coordinate the pelvic floor muscles

Muscle Stretching: Loosens tight muscles to allow proper functioning 

Digital Trigger Point Release: Applying pressure to muscles to decrease tension and pain

Dry Needling: Small filament inserted into the muscle resulting in decreased pain and tightness 

Soft Tissue Massage: Decreases tightness and tension in muscles 

Manual Lymphatic Drainage: Decreases inflammation and bloating which causes pelvic pain

Nutritional Changes: Eliminate irritants such as soda, chocolate, dairy, acidic, or spicy foods


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Many of our Physical Therapy Technicians are Aggie students pursuing their Physical Therapy careers. They are at the clinic throughout the day to assist the Physical Therapists and Physical Therapist Assistant.



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