Tag: pelvic

February 7, 2023 / / Who can?

Physiotherapy (FTL — physiotherapy treatment) is a method of treatment using physical or natural factors: electric current, magnetic field, light, sound, heat, etc. Physiotherapy is prescribed for a vast range of indications:

  • Pain syndrome after injuries and operations due to degenerative diseases of the joints, spine, muscles, etc.;
  • violation of muscle tone (spastic, hypotension);
  • paralysis;
  • circulatory disorders (local or systemic);
  • sensitivity disorders;
  • inflammatory diseases;
  • diseases of internal organs;
  • recovery after intense exercise;
  • chronic fatigue syndrome;
  • insomnia;
  • neurotic and depressive disorders.

Physiotherapy begins with an examination of the patient. During the first visit, the physiotherapist examines the results of medical research, conducts an examination, and talks with the patient. Please note that pelvic floor physical therapy is carried out only as prescribed by a doctor. This may be a neurologist, orthopedist, therapist, pediatrician, or psychotherapist.

September 25, 2022 / / Program

The weakening of the pelvic floor muscles entails many unpleasant consequences. These are involuntary urination, fecal incontinence, and constant pain in the perineum. The vagina becomes wide and loses sensitivity, and the quality of intimate life worsens. Women often face such problems after childbirth and who have entered the period of menopause.

In a woman’s body, there are pelvic floor muscles, the condition of which does not affect the appearance but can cause many diseases and disorders. These muscles support the pelvic organs (bladder, urethra, vagina, intestines), ensuring their proper functioning. It is impossible to pump up the powers of the pelvic floor in the gym. To solve such problems, clinic specialists have developed Pelvic floor physical therapy, which helps to eliminate not the symptoms but the cause of the disease.