Mild prolapses are successfully treated with non-surgical measures. Women with prolapses can eliminate symptoms when diagnosed and treated in early stages.
Lake Orion, MI (PRWEB) November 05, 2012
Pelvic organ prolapse occurs when supporting pelvic structures become lax and allow organs, such as the bladder and uterus, to descend toward the vaginal opening. Symptoms of prolapse can include pelvic pain or pressure, difficulty with urination or bowel elimination, increased urinary frequency, and urinary incontinence. Prolapses have varying degrees of severity with severe cases requiring surgical correction. Women's Excellence in Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy now offers consultations and non-surgical treatment of mild prolapses and associated symptoms.
Women's Excellence in Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy provides specialized treatment for women with pelvic and bladder conditions. Consultations include a thorough history intake and pelvic examination. Treatment options for prolapse include education on anatomy and specifics on the existent prolapse, identifying daily activities that may affect the prolapse, and learning how and when to recruit supporting muscles to prevent progression of the prolapse. Treatment also includes exercise instruction targeting specific muscle groups such as the pelvic floor, hip musculature, and abdominals. For women experiencing pelvic pain or pressure, positional relief techniques are taught. Physical therapist Kristie Wilson, MPT informs, "Mild prolapses are successfully treated with non-surgical measures. Women with prolapses can eliminate symptoms when diagnosed and treated in early stages."
Women’s Excellence in Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy provides specialized treatment of pelvic pain in the center of Women’s Excellence in Bladder Control. Physical therapy is provided to women of all ages with a physician signed physical therapy prescription. Treatment is provided by a licensed physical therapist who specializes in women's pelvic conditions. If you are a woman with a pelvic organ prolapse or are experiencing symptoms similar to the ones described here, consider physical therapy as a treatment option. Call Women’s Excellence in Bladder Control today or visit their website http://www.centerofbladdercontrol.com.
Founded by Dr. Jonathan Zaidan, Women’s Excellence is the most comprehensive obstetric and gynecologic office in Michigan. Dr. Zaidan is pleased to provide Women’s Excellence in Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy for conservative treatment of bladder control and pelvic pain conditions. Women’s Excellence in Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy is conveniently located in the center or Women’s Excellence in Bladder Control. New patients are now being accepted.