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Pelvic Floor Therapy

Our Commitment to you

At Integrated Health our commitment to Pelvic Rehab focuses on your inner strength to empower you to do what you live in life, without limitations. We know that pelvic, abdominal, or lower back pain shouldn’t prevent you from enjoying life.
Physical changes occur throughout life, from intercourse to pregnancy, delivery to menopause. We help you reduce unnecessary risk and dysfunction, devoting one-on-one care with a certified therapist in a comfortable, private room, ensuring you’re with an expert you can trust. Our techniques are designed to cultivate new alignment, more efficient movement patterns, and greater control.

Pelvic Floor Therapy Appointment Request

    Who can benefit from Pelvic Floor Therapy? 

    Women and men of all ages who experience:

    • Frequent urination or urgency.
    • Unwanted leakage of stool or urine.
    • Pain the pelvis, vagina, tailbone, hip, low back, thigh, or abdominal regions.
    • Pain with sexual activity.
    • Constipation and bowel movement dysfunction.
    • Pelvic organ prolapse.
    • Pregnancy/postpartum pain & dysfunction.
    • Painful periods.
    • Experience tailbone pain when sitting.

    What are pelvic-related issues typical for women?

    There are twenty-eight pelvic floor muscles, many of which form a “bowl” at the base of the pelvis. These muscles are involved in supporting our posture, bowel, bladder, and sexual function. Common issues related to the pelvic floor include; urinary frequency or urgency, stress urinary incontinence (leaking when you cough or sneeze), constipation, pain with bowel movements, back pain, pain with intercourse, or postpartum pain. 

    Many women with pelvic floor pain also have endometriosis, painful bladder syndrome, pain with intercourse, painful periods, or irritable bowel syndrome. 

    What are pelvic-related issues typical for men?

    Two main symptoms that send men to pelvic floor physical therapy are incontinence and pelvic pain. Incontinence typically stems from problems with a man’s prostate gland. Enlarged prostate (a common condition as men age) can pinch the urethra which causes the bladder to work harder to push urine out. This leads to the overavtice muscles that thicken in the bladder.

    Another common pelvic-related issue for men is chronic pelvic pain which can come from the bladder, rectum, or prostate. This can happen to men of any age. Pain tends to make muscles tighten up (similar to cramping) and this becomes an uncomfortable cycle; pain leads to muscle tension which causes more pain. 

    Set up an appointment with one of our experienced pelvic floor specialists or visit integratedhealthofsi.com to begin your patient intake form and change your life today! 

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    About Us

    At Integrated Health Services, we’re renowned for achieving superb results in even the most challenging circumstances. We believe this is because of our unique approach to total wellness. We promise to treat you uniquely and as a person, not as a number, a case, or a collection of symptoms. Simply put, we’ll treat you the way you want to be treated with compassion, understanding and skill, healing, and educating in a team approach with the latest in techniques.

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    Carterville – 618-985-4344

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