Chronic pain in the pelvis can be debilitating and disrupt a person’s quality of life. This physical therapy education article is all about pelvic physical therapy and how it can be a useful treatment method for a variety of pelvic injuries and conditions.
Common Pelvic Conditions & Injuries
Pelvic pain can stem from a variety of conditions and injuries. Here are some of the common pelvic conditions and injuries that physical therapy can help treat:
- Acute Injury to the Pelvis
- Chronic Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
- Musculoskeletal Problems
- Issues that Develop after Giving Birth
How Physical Therapy can Help
Physical therapy can be a great help in treating a variety of these injuries and conditions of the pelvis. A physical therapist can assess the full extent of your symptoms, and then work with you to develop a treatment plan that fits your needs. Ultimately, physical therapy will help you build strength and reduce pain. Physical therapy is an excellent treatment method to try first for pelvic pain and a variety of other conditions. That’s because physical therapy is completely non-invasive. It works for a lot of patients, and even if it doesn’t work for you, there’s no harm done. Starting with physical therapy is a great alternative to jumping into surgery right away.
Twin Cities Physical Rehabilitation
OrthoRehab Specialists offers a wide range of physical therapy services to patients throughout the Twin Cities metro area. With nearly three decades of experience providing personalized physical therapy, our rehabilitation experts are well equipped to help you with your condition or injury, or if you’re recovering from a surgical procedure. Working with a physical therapist can help reduce your pain and improve your range-of-motion and mobility. Contact us today to set up your appointment at one of our Twin Cities physical therapy clinics (located in Minneapolis and Edina).
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