It’s a fact that women’s health needs are different from those of men, and not just during childbearing years. Today, women are benefiting from healthcare advances in the way that women’s health information is shared, and in the way that providers connect and coordinate women’s health solutions and resources
In Motion Physical Therapy has created a women’s health program that meets women’s needs head on with innovative physical therapy programs. Each program is customized to a woman’s special needs. Therapy is provided by physical therapists guided by special training and a strong commitment to women’s health.
- Incontinence and Pelvic Floor Disorders
Our experts use biofeedback, manual therapy and pain management strategies to help patients retrain and strengthen their pelvic muscles so they can regain control of their life.
Osteoporosis is a common ailment facing women today. Our experts work with patients to help them manage their pain and return to a normal, healthy lifestyle.
- Arthritis Program
This program promotes increased mobility and strength in addition to reduced pain, stiffness and discomfort.
- Breast Cancer Rehabilitation
Persistent pain, limited mobility and weakness can limit a woman’s function after a breast cancer surgery. The lymphedema program and manual lymph drainage techniques can help decrease pain and increase a patient’s range of motion.
Myofascial release is a therapeutic massage that gently manipulates the fascia to decrease pain, headaches, postural changes and increase range of motion
- Pelvic Pain
There are non-invasive physical therapy solutions to address pelvic pain. A customized program may include biofeedback, manual therapy, massage, and a home exercise program.
- Pre- and Post-Partum Pregnancy Therapy
Pregnancy places great demands on a woman’s body and can lead to back, hip and knee pain in addition to issues like urinary incontinence and carpel tunnel syndrome. Physical Therapy can help women stabilize their abdominal core, learn proper body mechanics, and strengthen their muscles following cesarean or vaginal delivery.