Dr. Kareen Saunders presents a unique and progressive treatment of incontinence, organ prolapse, pelvic pain, and sexual dysfunction. Pregnancy wellness services are also available!
What’s A Pelvic Floor?
The pelvic floor is a group of muscles and ligaments that mimic a hammock stretching from your pubic bone in the front to your tailbone in the back. Your organs, including your bladder, rectum and uterus sit in this hammock which allows these muscles to control bladder, bowel, and sexual functions
Why Would I Need Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy?
Age, pregnancy & delivery, surgery, injuries and even improper use of kegel exercises can alter the pelvic floor muscles or how they function. These muscles are just like the rest of the muscles of the body and they can be overused, overactive, weak, and/or tight. Any one of which could cause "Pelvic Floor Dysfunction” that can present as incontinence, constipation, chronic pelvic pain and/or pain with sex. Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy is an option available to help treat these common complaints.
Pregnancy wellness services are available to help prepare expecting mothers for delivery and address postpartum conditions like episiotomy/cesarean scar management, diastsis recti, and organ prolapse.
What Is Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy?
After a thorough evaluation by Dr. Marqui Rennalls, a Doctor of Physical Therapy, you’ll receive individualized services for your specific symptoms and diagnosis. Treatments may include internal/external manual massage, stretching activities, strengthening exercises, biofeedback, and behavior modifications. You’ll receive a personalized home exercise plan with progressions to carry you until your next visit.
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