Pelvic Floor Therapy in Charlotte
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If you’re looking for a physical therapist, we have the perfect opportunity for you. Every member of our team has received professional training and is licensed. You can trust our reliable solutions and professional service to ensure that your body is well-maintained.
Our licensed pelvic floor therapists, who are highly skilled and experienced, are dedicated to creating individualized treatment plans and educating you on how to care for your body and avoid future issues. We offer a range of treatment options and provide ongoing support to ensure your successful recovery. Allow us to guide you towards optimal health and wellness.
Personalized Care from Our Team
There are no two people exactly the same. Therefore, injuries can be different even though they may affect the same body part. Our expert medical team will evaluate your condition and create a customized treatment plan that will get you back on track to being your best. Our staff will guide you through each visit with personalized attention and dedication.
Success Stories & Testimonials
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Pelvic Floor Therapy
If you’re experiencing discomfort, pain or other issues related to your pelvic region, you’re not alone. Pelvic floor dysfunction is a common condition that affects many people, particularly women who have given birth.
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Physical therapy is a great first-line treatment for most muscle and joint problems. Clinically proven to reduce pain and dysfunction, physical therapy also saves you time and money too.
As a new mom, your body has gone through significant changes during pregnancy and childbirth. While the arrival of a new baby is an exciting time, it can also be physically and emotionally challenging.
Our Physical Therapy Programs
We make sure that our patients receive high-quality pelvic floor therapy as well as custom programs that are perfect for them!
The programs are designed to help you achieve your pelvic health goals. This is crucial to keep your strength up and prevent injury or recurrence of symptoms.
Then, you’ll be doing functional training activities and then the injury prevention phase. This is crucial to keep your strength up and prevent injury.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is pelvic floor therapy?
Pelvic floor therapy targets musculoskeletal dysfunctions in the pelvis, hips, abdomen, and neighboring joints. In addition, treatment may involve restoring posture, strengthening the core and hips, practicing relaxation and down-training techniques, and providing manual therapies to the internal and external muscles, such as myofascial release, scar tissue mobilization, and visceral mobilization. The ultimate objective of pelvic floor therapy is to optimize the length, function, and activation of these muscles, allowing for unrestricted participation in daily activities such as coughing, sneezing, and laughing without worry of unwanted loss of urine.
Do I need a referral from my doctor before attending Physical Therapy?
In the state of North Carolina, There is complete direct access to any physician without any hassle!
What do I need to wear or bring with me?
You should dress in comfortable, loose clothing that allows you to move easily and doesn’t restrict circulation. Depending on your condition, your physical therapist may also recommend special shoes or a brace. You should also bring any paperwork related to your medical history, including x-rays, ultrasounds, and doctor’s notes.
Is there anything I can do before my appointment to prepare?
Yes! Make sure you arrive for your session well-rested so that you can give it your full attention and energy. It is also helpful if you keep track of how much pain medication (if any) you take prior to the appointment so that the physical therapist can adjust the intensity of treatment accordingly.
How long will my physical therapy sessions last?
Sessions typically last 30-60 minutes depending on your condition and the types of techniques used. Your physical therapist will give you an estimate when you first arrive for your appointment.
Are there any exercises I can do at home between appointments to help improve my condition?
Yes! Your physical therapist may provide specific exercise recommendations for you to try in between visits, which will help speed up your recovery and progress faster toward reaching your goals. It’s important to follow these carefully and always check with your PT before starting a new exercise program if you have any questions or concerns.
What if I have questions after my physical therapy session?
Your physical therapist should be available to answer any questions or concerns you may have about your treatment plan before and after each visit. You can also contact the clinic directly for further assistance. We want you to get the most out of every session!
Will insurance cover my physical therapy?
It depends on your insurance plan. Most plans cover some or all of the costs associated with physical therapy, but you should check with your provider to determine coverage and any associated fees.
How often will I need to attend physical therapy sessions?
The frequency of visits will depend on your individual goals and condition, but typically it is recommended that patients attend 1-3 times per week for a minimum of 4-6 weeks in order to maximize results. Your therapist will provide more details during your initial appointment.
How long will it take for me to see results?
Every person’s situation is unique; therefore the amount of time needed to reach goals varies. With commitment and dedication from both you and your physical therapist, you can expect to start seeing results within a few weeks. The more positive lifestyle changes you make, the faster your progress will be!
Will my physical therapist be able to answer any questions I have about my condition?
Yes! Your physical therapist should be available to discuss any concerns or questions you have regarding your condition or treatment plan. Don’t hesitate to bring up any issues that may arise during the course of therapy.
What if I feel too much pain during a session?
If at any time during your physical therapy session you experience increased pain, it’s important to let your therapist know so they can adjust the intensity or technique as necessary. Your therapist will work with you to make sure that treatment is comfortable and effective for you
How will I know when I no longer need physical therapy?
Your physical therapist should be able to provide guidance on when it is appropriate to stop attending physical therapy sessions based on your progress, goals, and overall health status. It’s important to listen to your therapist and continue with treatment until they feel you are ready to move on.