Pelvic Pain refers to the Pain in the region of women’s reproductive organs. It can be a symptom of infection or might arise from Pain in the pelvic bone or in non-reproductive internal organs. Pelvic Pain indicates a problem in one of the reproductive organs in the pelvis area (Uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, cervix, and vagina).
Symptoms of Pelvic Pain
If you are experiencing pelvic Pain, you will notice certain symptoms. Some of the symptoms of Pelvic Pain are as follows-
There are a variety of reasons for pelvic Pain. Some of the reasons for pelvic Pain are as follows:
Pelvic floor rehabilitation starts with your therapist asking you about your health history, which includes past surgical and medical history, medications and sexual history, and gynecologic or obstetric history. A thorough evaluation is performed, with close attention to the lumbar spine and hips, gait and posture. The assessment usually includes an examination of both the internal and external muscles. Your therapist might ask you to stand, walk and sit to understand and detect any existing posture or joint issue affecting the pelvic floor muscles.
The evaluation is done to determine whether the therapy is appropriate and develop a specific treatment plan for you. The type of therapy offered to you depends on the symptoms experienced. For Instance, relaxing and stretching muscle exercises are required to relieve Pain, while in other cases strengthening exercises are best to treat the condition.
Some of the conditions that can be improved with pelvic floor rehabilitation are:
Pelvic floor rehabilitation is a treatment for curing pelvic floor pain condition. It uses physical therapy principles to offer a structured, effective, and safe reconditioning of the pelvic floor muscles. The aim here is to improve the strength and function of pelvic floor muscles and alleviate Pain, weakness, and dysfunction in the muscles. In a pelvic floor rehabilitation session, a skilled physical therapist manipulates the rectum or vagina to improve muscle strength and function. Therapists can either stretch the muscles if they are contracted or apply resistance to improve strength in case, they are weak and dysfunctional.
Some of the benefits of Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation are:
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