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For urology patients, physical therapy is focused on pelvic floor rehabilitation. The pelvic floor is com- posed of muscle and connective tissue that support the pelvic organs. These organs include the bladder, uterus, vagina, small bowel and rectum. What can this treatment help? This conservative treatment option that is used in conjunction with other methods of treatment, or as a first-line approach for patients who prefer to avoid medications or surgical procedures. Physical therapy is ideal for symptoms of:

  • Stress incontinence – Leakage that occurs with laughing, coughing, sneezing, lifting
  • Leakage that occurs after childbirth
  • Men who experience urinary incontinence after having a radical prostatectomy (removal of the prostate)
  • Men experiencing scrotal pain, Urinary frequency, Urinary urgency, Constipation, Genital pain, Sitting pain, Rectal pain, Pressure in the pelvis, Painful intercourse, Poor or painful orgasms, Low back pain, Hip pain, Tailbone pain, Pre- or Postpartum discomfort, Pre- and Post-operative rehabilitation

When pelvic floor muscles become weak, this can cause urinary and fecal incontinence. Pelvic pain may also result from contracted muscles, muscle fascia, or connective tissue. Depending on the urologic condition, this therapy offers several avenues of treatment for patients. These may include: Kegel exercises – Pelvic floor muscle retraining and strengthening, Trigger point therapy – Hands-on therapy to release tension from contracted pelvic muscle or muscle fascia that is causing pain and Myofascial release – Hands-on therapy to release tension from myofascial connective tissue that is causing pain.

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