What causes pelvic organ prolapse?
A pelvic organ prolapse (POP) occurs when a pelvic organ has moved from its original position forward and down into the pelvis. For example, it can be prolapse of the bladder or uterus, cervix, or bowel.
At Athens Rehab we can help you!
With the right help and guidance you can return to the normal rhythms of your life, but also to the things that you love. After a general musculoskeletal examination and internal evaluation we will develop a personalized treatment plan based on your symptoms. Athens Rehab specialists are here for you!
Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy can make a major contribution to alleviating the symptoms of pelvic organ prolapse. Some of the symptoms of pelvic organ prolapse are:
Do not hesitate to benefit from pelvic floor physical therapy at Athens Rehab.
At Athensrehab we work to educate patients about lifestyle changes that can reduce symptoms. We teach patients how to successfully perform Kegel exercises.
With the use of biofeedback we strengthen the pelvic floor muscles so that they can support the prolapsed organ. We educate patients on how to protect their pelvic floor. We also work towards the identification of other lumbopelvic, core and lower extremity strength deficits.
Let the experts of Athensrehab, who hold advanced certification in pelvic floor physical therapy, help you. Contact us to ask any questions or to schedule an appointment.
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