All Care Therapies of Georgetown is proud to welcome back services for pelvic physical therapy! Dr. Stefanie Krauskopf, PT, DPT treats adult male and females with pelvic dysfunction.
If you are an adult male or female, please contact us if you have concerns related to any of the following:
Urinary leakage with coughing, sneezing, laughing, lifting, or exercise
Constipation or straining during defecation
Pelvic pain during or after intercourse
Pelvic pain with sitting or daily activities
Recent history of childbirth
Painful blocked milk ducts during breastfeeding
History of c-section, pelvic surgery, or abdominal surgery
Difficulty emptying your bladder or bowels
A constant need to use the toilet
Involuntary loss of urine, gas, or stool
What is pelvic physical therapy?
Pelvic physical therapy is a specialty area within physical therapy (PT). Pelvic physical therapists (PTs) work with the muscles, joints, bones, and pelvic organs to treat a variety of diagnoses. Pelvic physical therapists look at a variety of things including pelvic alignment, pelvic muscle tension, pelvic muscle strength, posture, range of motion, visceral mobility, scar tissue mobility, and dietary irritants.
Each session is customized to the patient’s diagnosis, history, presentation, and goals for physical therapy. For certain diagnoses and concerns, direct pelvic muscle assessment might be indicated.
Please contact All Care Therapies of Georgetown if you have any questions about how pelvic physical therapy may be able to help you!
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