Overall Wellness and Relaxation
Did you know that nearly 24% of U.S. women are affected with one or more pelvic floor issues? LAPT now proudly treats patients requiring Pelvic Floor PT on a one on one basis. Contact our office for further information
Who Would Benefit
People of various ages, body composition and diagnoses would benefit from this full body program including those with:
Pain with Urination
Pain with Bowel Movements
Pain with Sexual Intercourse
Impairments Related to Child Birth
Pelvic floor physical therapy is designed to provide safe and effective reconditioning of pelvic floor muscles. During the examination and treatment sessions a specially trained physical therapist may perform an external as well as an internal assessment of the vaginal and rectal musculature and core musculature. The therapist will then design a program based on her findings to best treat your specific dysfunctions.
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