All the above problems reveal pelvic floor dysfunction and can be treated in perineal and pelvic rehabilitation.
The pelvic floor muscles form the base of the pelvis. They stretch like a hammock between the pubis and coccyx. In women, they surround the urethra, vagina, and anus as they surround the urethra and anus in men. They react like other muscles in the body and can weaken or develop tension.
When pelvic floor muscles are atrophied, weakened, or uncoordinated, the following problems may occur:
When pelvic floor muscles are tight or have spasms, the following problems may occur:
Talk to one of our physiotherapists with perineal and pelvic rehabilitation training. She will answer your questions, evaluate your condition and offer you the appropriate treatment.
Pelvic and Perineal Rehabilitation: A Specialized Approach to Physiotherapy
The physiotherapist specializing in pelvic floor and perineal rehabilitation has the knowledge and skills to assess, make a physiotherapeutic diagnosis, develop a treatment plan and treat pelvic floor muscle dysfunction.
The goal of perineal and pelvic rehabilitation is to normalize the function of the pelvic floor muscles to optimize the functioning of the urinary system, the viscera support system, and the pelvic and perineal area.
If pain persists and you need help, our multidisciplinary team will be able to get you back on track quickly.
The initial assessment in perineal rehabilitation aims to identify the various problems related to the urinary problem, fecal or sexual for which you consult. It will establish a personalized treatment plan adapted to your condition. The evaluation includes:
Be assured that throughout the evaluation, we will take care to describe and explain the progress of the evaluation and ensure your comfort and your understanding of the actions taken.