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Pelvic Pain Treatment in Fort Myers & Cape Coral, FL

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INJURED OR IN PAIN &
UNSURE WHAT TO DO?

Suffering from an injury or being in pain can be extremely frustrating. Our team of experts can quickly pinpoint what’s going on and help you get back to your active lifestyle quickly.

LOOKING FOR
A 2ND OPINION?

Have you been told surgery is your only option or that nothing can be done? We hear this all the time and would love to see if we can help you.

If You Suffer From Pelvic Pain You Realize
You MUST Do Something

Many medical providers are unaware of the causes of Myofascial Pelvic Pain. In fact, many providers don’t know the condition exists at all.

Pelvic pain is a general term used to describe any type of pain in the pelvic region, below the belly button. Pelvic pain can arise from a variety of causes such as menstruation, a prolapsed bladder, urinary incontinence, or diastasis recti.

Pelvic pain may also include sacral pain, which can cause pain in the lower back and pelvic region, particularly during intercourse. There are many causes of pelvic pain and affects up to 20% of the population in the United States, including men and women.

It may be time to come see us if you are experiencing any of the following pelvic pain signs and symptoms:

Severe and steady pain

Pain that comes and goes (intermittent)

Dull aching

Sharp pains or cramping

Pressure or heaviness deep within your pelvis

Pain during intercourse

Pain while having a bowel movement or urinating

Pain when you sit for long periods of time

What is Pelvic Pain & How is it Diagnosed?

Our pelvic floor physical therapist will complete a thorough review of your medical history, and perform
a physical examination to identify the root cause of your pelvic pain.

The exam may include

Soft tissue assessment

Reflex testing

Sensation testing

Internal assessment of pelvic floor muscles

Ultrasound

Pelvic exam

Joint & muscle flexibility

Pelvic Pain can be caused by

Pelvic Pain can be caused by:

Pregnancy and childbirth affects pelvic muscles and change pelvic joints

Tightness of pelvic floor muscles

Muscle weakness or imbalance of pelvic floor

Pressure on 1 or more nerves in the pelvis

Scar tissue after abdominal or pelvic surgery

A shift in the position of pelvic organs

WANT HELP TO DECIDE IF PELVIC FLOOR TREATMENT IS RIGHT FOR YOU?

Free Discovery Visit

If you’re not quite ready to book an appointment, but have unanswered questions about whether our services are right for you, we’d love to talk to you over the phone or in person. We call it our Free Discovery Visit. It could be that you also don’t know if we can help you, or maybe you’ve had a bad experience in the past.

If you’d like to come in and see for yourself how we can help you, please fill out the short form below and tell us more about you so we can answer all your questions, concerns, completely for free with no strings attached!

Request An Appointment

If you’re ready to get started today towards a pain-free life and want to schedule an appointment or just learn more about our services over the phone, click the button below to request an appointment with one of our expert Fort Myers physical therapists.

All you need to do is fill out a simple form that takes 25 seconds. We will give you a call as soon as possible to answer all your questions and learn more about your pain or condition to see if we can help you!

THE PELVIC PAIN CONDITIONS WE TREAT

Pain
with Sex

Pain with
Defecating or
Pooping

Pain with
Menstruation

Pelvic Pain
with Movement

Tailbone
Pain

Interstitial
Colitis

Endometriosis

Cysts

Fibroids

Why Choose Back In Motion For Your
Pelvic Pain Treatment?

Here’s why you should choose us:

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

Our Pelvic Floor Treatments

An approach invented by our owner, Dr. Scott Gray. The premise behind everything focuses on pinpoint-ing  the original CAUSE of your injury, pain, or stiffness, rather than just addressing the symptoms.

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32 Questions of Pelvic Health Answered Truthfully

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Why Kegel exercises can make you worse and why they’re not for everyone

How long it usually takes to feel relief

What types of patients will benefit from pelvic health and which one’s won’t

What types of treatments and exercises help with things like incontinence, prolapse, or pregnancy pain and so much more

MEET YOUR PELVIC HEALTH SPECIALISTS

DR. VANESSA DE LA VEGA [+]

DR. DEVYN [+]

What Others Are Saying About
Our Pelvic Pain Treatment Program:

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

118+ reviews on Google.

Frequently Asked Question’s
About Pelvic Pain Treatment

The sooner you can start to rehabilitate your core and pelvic floor the better off you will be. It is not impossible, but it is much harder and may take longer to rehab if you wait to do something about it until after you are completely done having children.

Most certainly not! Low back pain and/or pelvic pain is common during pregnancy but it is NOT normal. Our trained therapists can work with you to find the source of your pain and to help you alleviate your symptoms. Treatments may include suggestions for support belts, massage techniques, posture exercises,  and instruction in changes to daily activities.

Not really. But it is true that therapy is a very physical experience, and as such, treatments may be a little uncomfortable at times, but we will always aim to be as gentle as possible, and cause the least amount of discomfort possible, to get your problem solved as fast as we can.

Before we do any therapy techniques we will tell you exactly what is about to happen so you can make an informed treatment choice. We never subscribe to the principle of “no pain, no gain.” 

Yes. Anyone who is expecting a miracle and hoping to be fixed in one visit. Rarely possible, particularly for symptoms that have been going on for weeks, months, or years.

Yes. It’s always our intention to start making progress on your pain or symptoms immediately, as well as help ease your nervousness, concerns and frustrations.

No! Now, I will admit that at Back in Motion Sport and Spine Physical Therapy, we do see more women than men. However, men have pelvic floor muscles just like women, and therefore, they can also have pelvic floor dysfunction. The most common diagnoses we treat for men are post-prostatectomy-related incontinence as well as variations of male pelvic pain—however, we also treat men with bowel dysfunction, sexually related pain, urinary dysfunction, and tailbone pain.

It really depends on your condition. The initial appointment is usually 60 minutes Typically, you should expect any follow-up sessions to run about 40 minutes, give or take a few minutes. Realistically, it will take as long as you need to achieve your health goals.

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