Pelvic Floor Therapy

Park Sports Therapy Pelvic Floor Therapy

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Pelvic Floor Therapy can be an important part of a healthy life. When it comes to posture, comfort, intimacy, and health & wellness, a healthy pelvic floor region is one of the more vital parts of your body. Many women face daily discomfort, lack of intimacy, physical pain, and more due to a dysfunction of the muscles, ligaments, connective tissues and nerves that support the pelvic region.

A healthy pelvis and re-energized pelvic floor can greatly restore your health and well-being and help to eliminate symptoms that are negatively affecting your life.

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction (PFD) may be brought on by a variety of reasons.  These including pregnancy, childbirth, menopause, prior surgery or radiation, heavy lifting and straining, obesity, and congenitally weak connective tissue.  This can lead to vulvar pain, localized pelvic discomfort, prolapse, lower back pain, leakage, incontinence and much more.  Most do not seek advice from a physical therapist. Those that do however, can see life changing results.

At Park Sports, we are dedicated to life changing results.

Park Sports Therapy Approach to Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

What to expect when getting started.

Lacey Salberg, PT

Melissa Jesski

At Park Sports, we understand the seriousness of your decision to seek help.  We offer evidence based and individualized treatment plans backed by a wealth of knowledge and a history of success.

Our pelvic floor therapist Lacey Salberg, PT, DPT  has received extensive training from the Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute, a leader in pelvic floor education and awareness. Lacey will take the time to discuss your health concerns.  She will also fully evaluate your condition and create a personalized plan, uniquely designed for your comfort level, your lifestyle and your body.  You will receive one-on-one sessions in our private treatment room as she coaches you towards your health goals.Pelvic Floor Therapy at Park Sports Brooklyn

Working Together.

We consider your health a team effort. Part of your therapy will include at home exercise program.  This unique program will help you progress through your treatment plan. As your body makes advancements, it is possible that your initial plan may need some adjustments. Your therapist will listen carefully to your body and closely monitor your functional gains. If necessary, she will discuss modifying your treatment plan to better achieve your health goals.

Long-Term Planning.

Female exercising pelvic floor area using yoga pose

Once you reach your goals, your therapist will provide an at home plan This plan will help you maintain your new functional gains and pelvic floor health. Of course we will always be available to provide advice and assistance. As your health and wellness partner – our goal is your long-term happiness.

Park Sports Pelvic Floor Therapy Services

Our practice offers a full range of services for Pelvic Floor Dysfunction including:

          • Comprehensive musculoskeletal and orthopedic evaluation, including assessment of the pelvic floor muscles and hip alignment.
          • External and/or internal manual therapy techniques such as myofascial release, soft tissue mobilization, neuromuscular facilitation, and scar massage.
          • Biofeedback for muscle re-training and recruitment.
          • Bowel and bladder training and diaries.
          • Therapeutic exercises such as postural re-education, muscle relaxation, core stabilization, and flexibility exercises.
          • Home exercise program instruction.
          • Self-management techniques to improve overall quality of life.

Contact Park Sports

Contact us today to learn more about Pelvic Floor Therapy at Park Sports and to schedule an initial appointment. Let’s meet and discuss your questions, concerns and needs. We offer a premiere service with proven life changing results, and we look forward to serving you.

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