What Is Physical Therapy?
Physical therapy in the form of Kegel and other lower body exercises is an effective way of treating pelvic floor prolapse. When this condition occurs, it can cause a considerable amount of pain and discomfort. Therefore preventative guidance from a medical professional can go a long way in addressing prolapse ahead of time. At Helio Health & Wellness, we have the expertise necessary to treat pelvic prolapse from a natural, therapeutic approach.
What Does Physical Therapy Involve?
A common cause of pelvic prolapse is weak muscles due to weight gain, certain cancers, and pregnancy. When occurences like these compromise our pelvic floor muscles, they can no longer sustain the pressure put on our abdomens. As a result, you may experience the descending or “dropping” of the internal organs. Physical therapy to address this problem primarily involves kegel, squat, bridge, and similar exercises. By performing these exercises consistently, you can consequently prevent pelvic prolapse from occurring.
What Does Physical Therapy Address?
The main purpose of the exercises we recommend at our center is to prevent pelvic prolapse from occurring or getting worse over time. Additionally, these exercises can help address issues of incontinence, painful sex, and uncontrollable passage of wind. Furthermore, we design our exercises to be easy to incorporate into your daily routine and they can go a long way in helping you maintain your health.
What Can I Expect?
When you visit our Austin center, our welcoming staff will greet you personally and we will do all we can to make you feel right at home. Once you’re comfortable, Dr. Neyman will provide you with a consultation and run a series of tests if necessary. If any signs of pelvic prolapse are detected, Dr. Neyman will recommend an appropriate series of exercises to address your specific body type and condition.
What Are the Results of Physical Therapy?
Physical therapy in the form of pelvic floor muscle training is a proven, conservative approach to preventing prolapse. More importantly, by consistently engaging in the exercise regimens recommended by Dr. Neyman, you can subsequently experience a gradual strengthening of your muscles. Additionally, you may notice increased energy and happiness through daily activity.
Physical Therapy for Women in Austin, TX
To sum up, if you’re experiencing signs of pelvic prolapse, don’t wait! Helio Health & Wellness is here to provide you with the proper treatments to make you feel better. Stop by and experience true Austin, Texas hospitality only at Helio! To make an appointment, please fill out the form below or call (512) 425-3840. We look forward to your visit.