What is Pelvic Floor?
The Pelvic Floor refers to the intricate muscles surrounding the pelvis. These muscles can suffer many of the same problems that other muscles of the body can suffer like being tight, weak, and being in spasm. Just like other muscles of the body, the muscles of the pelvic floor can be treated with physical therapy as well.
This unique type of physical therapy can aid both men and women in problems such as fecal and urinary incontinence, constipation, pelvic pain, complications with pregnancy, and many others.
Typical Conditions Treated:
Find the answers to most of your pelvic questions here. Please download any of our brochures:
If you suspect pelvic floor disfunction, please let us know and we will be happy to advise you.
There is NO need to suffer!
We get it. Difficulty with incontinence, bowel and other pelvic disorders can be difficult to discuss. But there is really no need to suffer – because we know we can help. Please email me confidentially with your most difficult or urgent questions and I will respond personally to hopefully alleviate your fears and encourage you to take the first step in getting back to what you love!
~Dr. Melissa Harkness
Pelvic Floor Specialist
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