Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy
Pelvic floor physical therapy has moved into the Wiesemann Women's Center to better coordinate care.
Conditions addressed through pelvic floor physical therapy include:
- Postpartum-related musculoskeletal conditions
- Pelvic pain
- Pelvic floor muscle weakness
- Pelvic floor dysfunction
Pelvic floor dysfunction is a state in which the pelvic floor muscles are behaving irregularly, producing abnormal tone, where the muscles can be either too tense or too weak. Either way, bowel and bladder habits, as well as sexual function can become abnormal.
Often, when people think of physical therapy, they think of a crowded gym filled with therapists, patients, weights and colorful bands. At the Wiesemann Women’s Center, a patient’s therapy session will be one-on-one to establish the personal connection that the Women’s Center is known for.
If you are experiencing any of these issues and want more information about pelvic floor physical therapy at the Wiesemann Women’s Center, call Shirley Candelaria at 217-464-5970.