Back Door Problems
Let's come out and say it ladies....Things are not always so rosy when there are problems with your poo. These are the touchy topics everyone is afraid to confess- until you open that door of opportunity. Pelvic floor physical therapy includes considering all the structures and functions that take place in your pelvis. Problems with bowel or bladder control may be partially due to pelvic floor muscle dysfunction, or the muscle dysfunction may occur after problems with digestion have been established.
What can physical therapy do for my poo?
Treat the musculoskeletal and neurological dysfunctions related to:
Fecal Incontinence- small schmears or the whole thing
IBS symtpom management
Loss of Sensation-or warning before the poo happens
Painful or Straining with Bowel Movements
Pelvic floor physical therapy can address many aspects affecting the quality and control of your poo. Utilizing abdominal massage and myofascial techniques, fiber and fluid assessments, toileting postures (we really should be squatting when we poo ladies), and pelvic floor muscle rehabilitation; you can finally relax and enjoy that daily poo.