- The pelvic-floor muscles play an important role in supporting abdominal organs, such as the bladder, bowel and uterus. They also are important in sexual health and childbirth.The pelvic floor muscles may become weak, tight or spastic as a result of disuse, surgery or trauma.Pelvic floor treatment can be option for both men and women. Pain can be experienced in the abdominals, buttocks, pelvic floor, tailbone, vagina, rectum, penis or testicles.
Many conditions can be partially or completely treated using pelvic-floor physical therapy, including;
- Chronic constipation - Fecal Incontinence - Fibromyalgia - Interstitial cystitis - Pelvic-girdle pain due to pregnancy and delivery - Painful intercourse (dyspareunia) - Painful periods (dysmenorrhea) - Pelvic-floor tension, pain and dysfunction - Urinary incontinence - Urinary retention - Pudendal nerve injury - Prostate pain - Testicular pain - Genital pain
Pelvic floor therapy is offered at limited locations by a male therapist Dr. Tolga Yenilmez.
If interested please contact 773-541-2020