PHYSIOTHERAPY includes a variety of specialized manual techniques, and systems of exercises for rehabilitation following physical trauma, surgery, or chronic or debilitating conditions.The focus of physiotherapy is to reduce pain and increase function, and to do so in ways that promote a healthier, more fit lifestyle.
Physiotherapy treatment for pelvic floor dysfunctions involves: Assessment and treatment of the spine and pelvic joints Internal vaginal/rectal trigger point release and myofascial release of the pelvic floor muscles Connective tissue release Stretching and strengthening exercises for the pelvic and core muscles Postural assessment and education Biofeedback.
Physiotherapy treatment has been proven to be very effective for chronic pelvic pain (CPPS), vulvadynia and vaginsmus, as well as incontinence.
OTHER CONDITIONS treated by physiotherapy (no physician referral needed):
Back and neck pain
TMJ (jaw) problems
Shoulder problems, including tendinitis, frozen shoulder and impingements
Repetitive strain injuries
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