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Women's Health

There are non-invasive methods that can help with pelvic floor dysfunctions. Physical therapy should be part of the comprehensive treatment program that addresses these concerns.

Common Issues that can be Treated with Physical Therapy include:

Pregnancy related and postpartum rehabilitation
Post-gynecological surgery
Pelvic floor dysfunction, such as urinary and fecal incontinence, or prolapse
Pain: intercourse, menstrual, vaginal, rectal, or other types of pelvic pain
Perimenopausal and menopausal symptoms
Lumbosacral strain
Chronic pain and headaches
Musculoskeletal dysfunction
SI joint dysfunction
Other predominant women's health issues, such as osteoporosis and fibromyalgia
At Focus on Physical Therapy, we understand your need for privacy and discretion. Our women's health therapist, Jennifer Funke, has completed advanced courses at the Pelvic Rehab Institute and is sensitive to women's concerns. We also have private treatment rooms and ensure that your healthcare information remains confidential. All sensitive portions of your treatment will be delivered in complete privacy.