What’s Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy In Downtown and North York?

Pelvic floor therapy is also known as pelvic support therapy is a therapy approach that utilizes techniques of physical therapy to offer an organized, effective, and safe rehabilitation of pelvic floor muscles. The purpose of the pelvic rehabilitation center or pelvic floor support physiotherapy in Downtown and North York is to increase the strength and efficiency of the pelvic floor muscles and reduce the symptoms of weakness, pain, and discomfort of the pelvic floor muscles.

The treatment is performed by the skilled physical therapist who gets access to the muscles via the rectum and then performs manipulations to increase their strength and function. The Therapist can stretch muscles when they are contracted and short or use resistance to increase strength when they are weak and ineffective.

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What is the best time to have pelvic floor therapy advised?

Pelvic Floor therapy targets those pelvic muscles ligaments and connective tissue. They all help aid the pelvic organs and  and aid in the control of the bowel and bladder. The connective tissues are connected with the pelvis the tailbone, and the sacrum. They are connected to aid in the support of the reproductive tract and urinary system which includes the uterus, prostate bladder, and urethra. 

They are responsible for stability to the pelvis and help to ensure the proper functioning of pelvic organs like voiding functions in conjunction with posture and breathing. If pelvic muscles don't perform in the way they should discomfort and signs that affect normal function are experienced.

Physical therapy for the pelvic floor and rehabilitation for the spine can assist with:

  • Incontinence in the urinary tract, frequency, and urgency
  • Urinary pain
  • Bladder and the bowel movement
  • Fecal Incontinence 
  • Endometriosis
  • Constipation
  • Menopause symptoms