If you are looking for another approach to your incontinence, lower back pain or pelvic pain, read on. Campbell County Health has joined the ranks of the few by offering
rehabilitation services specific for pelvic conditions.
“It’s a newer specialty in physical therapy. So many sources of pelvic pain or weakness are both muscular and skeletal. My part is treating the muscles while your doctor treats your condition medically,” said Lee Sowada, physical therapist.
If you have pelvic pain of any kind, you may find relief from pelvic rehabilitation. Sometimes, results can be seen quickly—as with women who experience incontinence after childbirth or have painful intercourse. Lee Sowada designs a treatment plan specific to each issue.
Pelvic pain manifests differently in different people. It can be specific or vague, mimic lower back, buttocks or abdominal pain, and it can burn, ache or cramp. CCH Pelvic Pain services treat both women and men.
“Sometimes pelvic floor muscle weakness is the source for lower back pain and once we address it people find relief,” Sowada said.
Statistics suggest that 1 out of every 5 Americans (of every age) suffer from some type of pelvic floor dysfunction at some time in their life. For more, go to www.cchwyo.org/pelvic.
Rehab Services at CCH
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational & Speech Therapy
- Industrial Rehab
- Pool Therapy
- Pelvic Rehab
- EXCEL Athletic Performance Program
- ICAN EXCEL
- Neurological Therapy & Transitional Care
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