Pelvic Prolapse Treatment

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What is Pelvic Prolapse?

Pelvic organ prolapse is a significant medical condition that primarily affects females, causing the bladder to descend into the vaginal canal. This condition can have various causes and often leads to embarrassment and frustration, impacting both the patient's quality of life and ability to maintain an active lifestyle.

The Signs & Symptoms of Prolapse:

  • Feeling of pelvic pressure: Patients often describe a sensation of heaviness or pressure in the pelvic region, as if something is bulging or descending.

  • Vaginal bulge or protrusion: A visible or palpable bulge or protrusion in the vaginal area may be observed or felt, especially during activities like standing, lifting, or straining.

  • Urinary issues: Pelvic organ prolapse can lead to urinary symptoms such as urinary incontinence (leaking urine), frequent urination, incomplete emptying of the bladder, or a sudden urge to urinate.

  • Bowel problems: Some individuals with pelvic organ prolapse may experience difficulty with bowel movements, such as constipation, straining, or a sensation of incomplete evacuation.

  • Sexual discomfort: Pelvic organ prolapse can cause discomfort or pain during sexual intercourse, often due to the displacement or pressure on the pelvic organs.

The Pelvic Prolapse Treatment Conditions We Treat


Pain During Intercourse

Pain During Menstruation

After giving birth, it is common for new mothers to experience strained muscles and/or connective tissue damage in their pelvic floor. Pelvic floor rehabilitation helps in reducing the pain that is being felt, in addition to strengthening any damaged muscles or tissues.

If you are recovering from a recent surgical procedure, pelvic floor rehabilitation can help in breaking up scar tissue, improving strength, and regaining range of motion in your abdomen/pelvic region.

Endometriosis can affect the bones, muscles, ligaments, and nerves in the pelvic region. Pelvic floor rehabilitation can help reduce the pain and bloating that you may be experiencing with endometriosis, in addition to strengthening the pelvic floor muscles.

A physical therapist can help determine the root of your problem with urinary incontinence, rather than simply treating the symptoms. Pelvic floor rehabilitation will focus on strengthening the muscles under your bladder in order to treat and eliminate incontinence issues.

Pelvic floor rehabilitation can loosen and relax the muscles in your pelvic and anal areas, which can help relieve and eliminate constipation.

After giving birth, it is common for new mothers to experience strained muscles and/or connective tissue damage in their pelvic floor. Pelvic floor rehabilitation helps in reducing the pain that is being felt, in addition to strengthening any damaged muscles or tissues.

Do You Need Pelvic Floor Therapy But Don’t Know Where to Start?

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How Will You Benefit from Treatment of Pelvic Prolapse?

The pelvic floor, consisting of muscles, tendons, and ligaments, supports your core. At Back In Motion Physical Therapy & Performance, our highly trained physical therapists in Fort Myers, Estero, FL, and Cape Coral physical therapy specialize in strengthening the pelvic floor muscles to help alleviate prolapse. Your personalized pelvic floor rehabilitation plan will be tailored to your specific needs based on a thorough initial assessment. Through a combination of exercises and targeted massage, we aim to reduce pain, alleviate symptoms, and promote healing.

Our clinics are equipped with the necessary resources to effectively treat prolapse, providing long-lasting relief for issues you may have been struggling with for years. Take the first step toward a better quality of life by contacting Back In Motion Physical Therapy & Performance today.

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Why Choose Us for Your Prolapse Treatment?

  • One-on-One care & Same Therapist Each Visit

  • Private Treatment Rooms

  • Progress at Your Own Pace

  • We Fix the Cause & Not the Symptom

  • We Use Latest Technology

  • Doctors of Physical Therapy & Certified Pelvic Health Therapist

Here’s How We Can Help Get to the Root Cause of Your Pelvic Prolapse – The Gray Method

Let’s face it; most treatments for pelvic prolapse just don’t cut it.

Many medical providers focus solely on treating the symptoms, overlooking the root cause of the problem. While painkillers, injections, and surgery may have their place, they shouldn’t be the default options for pelvic prolapse treatment.

At Back in Motion Physical Therapy & Performance,, we believe in a holistic approach that goes beyond temporary fixes. We are proud to introduce the Gray Method, a comprehensive and personalized approach to pelvic prolapse relief.

We understand that each patient’s pelvic prolapse is unique, and so is our treatment.

Our primary goal is to uncover the underlying reason behind your pelvic prolapse and address it effectively.

We steer away from simply masking the pain with medication or advising you to rest indefinitely. Instead, we provide education, self-care strategies, and expert guidance to empower you in your journey to a pain-free life. Our mission is to help you find long-lasting relief and regain control of your health and well-being.

So, if you’re tired of conventional treatments that fall short, join us on this revolutionary path to balance disorder recovery.

Watch the quick video below to get a glimpse of how the Gray Method can transform your life and provide the relief you’ve been searching for. Let’s work together toward a pain-free future!

Meet Your Pelvic Health Therapists

Our Pelvic Health Treatment Success Stories

My gynecologist recommended Back in Motion for Physical Therapy on my Pelvis. | wanted the first appointment available, and that led me to the Cape Coral Office, even though | live in Ft. Myers. what a stroke of luck! Going to see Dr. Devyn Kangas, two to three times a weeks for this past month has improved my condition tremendously. Dr. Devyn is always on-time, a great listener, empatetic, pro-fessional, very caring, and fun!!! | would not hesitate to give this office my highest recommendation.

Karen Kavanagh

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