Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy in The Villages®, FL

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapists specialize in pelvic dysfunction, treating both men and women. The click here button can help solve pelvic floor issues when gynecologists, obstetricians, urologists and other doctors can’t. Many people suffer with pelvic floor dysfunction, which may be caused from muscles that are too tight or too relaxed. The pelvic floor muscles attach to the front, back and female pelvic floor getty image ides of the pelvic bone and sacrum. They are like a sling that supports the bladder, uterus, prostate and rectum. They also wrap around your urethra, rectum, and vagina (in women).

These muscles must be able to contract to maintain continence and relax to allow for urination, bowel movements, and in women, sexual intercourse. When these muscles are too tight or too relaxed you may have the following symptoms:

  • Urinary frequency, urgency, hesitancy, stopping and starting of the urine stream, painful urination, or incomplete emptying
  • Constipation, straining, pain with bowel movements
  • Unexplained pain in your low back, pelvic region, hips, genital area, or rectum
  • Pain during or after intercourse, orgasm, or sexual stimulation
  • Pelvic floor muscle spasms
Our Pelvic Floor Physical Therapists help to relieve pelvic floor dysfunction. They will also assess your ability to contract and relax muscles as well as assess your bones and muscles of your lower back, hips and Sacroiliac joints as they work in concert with your pelvic floor muscles.
Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy is available in our Spanish Plaines and Lake Sumter Landing locations in The Villages, FL.
Bladder Conditions Bowel Disorders Pelvic and Genital Pain
Stress Incontinence Fecal Incontinence Pelvic Floor Tension Myalgia
Urge Incontinence Constipation Sacroiliac and Coccyx Pain
Mixed Incontinence Puborectalis Dyssynergia Levator Ani Syndrome
Overactive Bladder Post-colorectal Surgery Chronic Pelvic Pain
Urgency/Frequency Painful Bowel Movements Abdominal Adhesions
Nighttime Frequency Pelvic Organ Prolapse Pain During or After Sex
Incomplete Bladder Emptying Pudendal Neuralgia
Painful Bladder Syndrome Cystocele, Rectocele Endometriosis
Interstitial Cystitis Uterine Prolapse Vulvodynia
Painful Urination Pain following Prolapse Surgery Vaginismus
Leakage after Prostate Surgery Prevention of Future Surgery Prostatitis
Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy is available in our Spanish Plaines and Lake Sumter Landing Clinics
If you feel you could benefit from Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy, download the Pelvic Floor Referral Form bring it with you when you visit your doctor to discuss your course of action!