pelvic floor therapy
November 1, 2021

Pelvic Floor Therapy

Everyone has a pelvic floor. It’s made up of the muscles that support the urinary and reproductive tracts. This group of muscles also controls your bladder and bowels.

In women, the pelvic floor keeps your bladder in place in the front and the vagina and rectum in the back. Your uterus is held in place at the top of the pelvic floor by muscles, tendons, and connective tissue. In men, the pelvic floor helps keep the bowels, bladder, urethra, and rectum in place.

The pelvic floor muscles attach to your tail bone and pubic bone. If the muscles in the pelvic floor are weak or don’t work as they should, this is called pelvic floor dysfunction.

When can Pelvic Floor therapy help you ?

Pelvic floor muscles become weak, too tight or painful for many reasons. This is not all due to ageing. Pelvic floor problems often start with pregnancy and childbirth and they are also common in young athletes. Men, women and children of all ages need a healthy pelvic floor. Pelvic health or Womens health physiotherapy has proven to be effective in treating and preventing many conditions.

  • To strengthen or relax pelvic floor muscles
  • Bladder and bowel symptoms
  • Prolapses
  • Sexual satisfaction
  • Childbirth preparation and recovery post birth
  • Rehabilitation before and after surgery
  • Core stability and back problems

 

Tired of these issues?

Physiovag is a new non-surgical treatment that will help you overcome the below issues

  • Lack of libido
  • Uterine prolapse
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Expansion of the interior and external area

What is Physiovag?

Customizable Vaginal Thermal Treatments with a wide range of choices for a large number of gynaecological applications.

2 different handpieces allow all vaginal thermal noninvasive and non-surgical applications which exploit the diathermy principle, the deep heating of the skin tissue, due to high frequency electromagnetic waves.

Thermal Therapy Physio Vag treatments act on functional pathologies as vaginal dryness, bladder leakage, vaginal prolapse, and, fighting against external vaginal aging, achieve aesthetic results as outer and inner labia re-shaping and vaginal tightening.

Diathermy has a positive impact on vaginal treatments acting to correct vaginal mucous membrane laxity, due to a delivery or simply to natural aging, trying to re-establish its original calibre.

The RF stimulation on collagen, increasing its turgidity, causes a proper hematic supply and a higher vaginal hydration and exudation, reduces aging symptoms and vaginal dryness, allowing a real functional restoration. Moreover, the treatment contribute to facilitate the increase of sexual satisfaction, diminished or lost because of mucous membrane changes, and to maintain a high quality sexual life.

 

 

At Amrita Medical Center, our staff is happy to answer any of your questions and help you. We even offer same day appointments for your convenience. Contact us here!

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