Pelvic Pain Michigan Pelvic Health Institute
- One in five men and women in the U.S. have pelvic floor dysfunction.
- Many people with pelvic pain have seen multiple doctors and have had many tests and procedures, but they still do not know the cause of their symptoms.
- Our specialty program has been created to provide services specifically for the pelvic area regarding urinary and bowel symptoms, pain, pregnancy & postpartum as well as cancers of the pelvic & abdominal region.
- Lower abdominal pain
- Period pain
- Bladder urgency and frequency
- Painful urination
- IBS or constipation
- Back pain
- Sexual dysfunction
- Fatigue and depression
- Electrical stimulation
- Visceral mobilization
- Manual therapy
- Internal and external pelvic floor
Breast Cancer Rehab
- Loss of shoulder range of motion
- Muscle weakness
- Postural changes
- Deconditioning / fatigue
- Exhaustion not relieved by rest or sleep
- Fatigue from weakness
How Can a Physical Therapist Help With Pelvic Pain?
Physical Therapists trained in pelvic floor dysfunction can treat vulvodynia, vulvar vestibulitis, dyspareunia, vaginismus, and abdominal/pelvic scar pain.
Physical Therapy may help you if you have any of the following:
- Pain in your vagina, penis or rectum
- Testicular Pain
- Pain during or after intercourse
- Pain with urination or bowel movements
- Pain with sitting
- Pain from a surgical incision in the pelvis or abdomen or from an episiotomy
- Pain with pelvic exams
- Interstitial cystitis
- Prostatectomy and prostatitis