Are you in need of Pelvic Floor physical therapy in Little Ferry, NJ? Bella Physical Therapy has been helping patients with Pelvic Floor Dysfunction for many years. We provide one-on-one at least one-hour sessions for each and every patient throughout the entire course of your pelvic floor physical therapy.
The Pelvic Floor is a term used to describe the muscles, ligaments, and connective tissues that provide support for the internal organs, including the bowel, bladder and rectum. The Pelvic Floor is situated like a sling from the pubic bone in the front of the body to the coccyx (or tailbone) in the back of the body. This hammock-like structure helps to keep organs from falling out and helps to maintain continence - both fecal and urinary. The pelvic floor also helps achieve core stability and enhances sexual function.
Here is an amazing video by biodigitalhuman.com and anatomyzone.com that will help you understand and appreciate the pelvic floor anatomy.
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction is considered any pain or disruption of the function of the bladder, bowel and/or sexual function due to restrictions of the muscles, nerves, or connective tissues in the pelvis.
Orthopedic injuries can contribute to dysfunction of the pelvic floor. The spine, hips, and pelvis are all integral parts of core stability, and an Orthopedic injury to any part of the body (especially to the hips, spine, or pelvis) may cause the Pelvic Floor to overwork to compensate. This may lead to pelvic floor dysfunction.
In addition, since the brain controls nerve input to the muscles of the pelvic floor, any medical condition that impacts the health of nerves can also impact the Pelvic Floor Muscles. Diseases that impact nerves and could result in Pelvic Floor Muscle Dysfunction include: Diabetes, Parkinson’s Disease, Stroke, Back Injuries, Spinal Stenosis and Back Trauma.
Here at Bella Physical Therapy, we have therapists with experience treating Men, Women, and Children with Pelvic Floor Dysfunction.
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Your pelvic floor physical therapy will include a variety of manual hand-on techniques and other innovative treatment approaches combined with a comprehensive exercise program custom-tailored to your needs. Adding our state-of-the-art equipment to your treatment protocol will bring yet more variety and fun to your pelvic floor physical therapy course.
If you suffer from pelvic floor dysfunction, don’t wait… take action!
For more information about our Pelvic Floor physical therapy in Little Ferry, NJ, or to book a consultation with one of our expert physical therapists, call (201)791-0008. We are here to help!
Bella Physical Therapy – Your Trusted Source for Pelvic Floor physical therapy in Little Ferry, NJ.