Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation Program
Perfecting the Art of Recovery – One Exercise at a Time
The pelvic floor is a set of muscles and other tissues that hold up your bladder bowel, and rectum. In women, it also supports the uterus, cervix and vagina. In men, it also supports the prostate gland. When you experience an injury to these muscles, it can lead to pain as well urinary incontinence, and organ prolapse in women.
What Is Involved with Pelvic Rehabilitation?
Pelvic rehabilitation is a nonsurgical approach that includes strengthening, functional retraining, and behavioral strategies for bladder retraining. At Stone Rehab, our specialists work with you or your loved one to treat symptoms of stress, urge or mixed urinary incontinence, and any low-grade pelvic organ prolapse that has occurred. The care you receive is based on your specific symptoms and needs.
Why Stone Rehab?
Stone Rehab strives to treat each patient so they can enjoy a better quality of life. That means we address the physical, emotional, spiritual, and social lives of each patient. We have programming, events, educational seminars and employees or special guests that can offer insight on each. In order to be able to live each day to the fullest, we will help your loved one appreciate each day for what it offers.
If you are currently receiving inpatient therapy at Stone Rehab and want to discuss transitioning to outpatient care once you return home, talk with a member of your current team and they can help you start the process.
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