Womens Health Howard County, Maryland
Maryland Neuro Helps You Boost Women’s Health in Howard County
Several women face troubling pelvic health problems such as bladder pain and incontinence. The pelvic pain physical therapists at Maryland Neuro Rehab & Wellness deal with all pelvic problems, including pelvic organ prolapse, painful sexual intercourse, pain in the tailbone, and constipation. A lot of pregnant women make regular visits to physical therapists during their pregnancy, as routine help prepares them ahead of time for a healthy delivery. Whether you need to restore your body postpartum or you’re in an early stage of your pregnancy and need to prepare your body, the experienced pelvic physical therapists at Maryland Neuro Rehab help you every step of the way.
Our Pelvic Health therapists have helped many women recover and do the things they used to enjoy! We take women’s health in Howard County very seriously. Call us today to make an appointment.
Pelvic Health in Howard County: Frequently Asked Questions
These common queries about women’s health in Howard County may help you clear up your mind on pelvic health issues.
Is it okay if I refuse an internal assessment?
Yes, it is. You have a right to your body. However, evaluation sometimes becomes dependent on an internal assessment, so this may cause a conflict.
What will a pelvic floor physical therapy assessment cover?
It begins with a short orthopedic test and a pelvic history discussion. If your physical therapist finds an internal assessment may help you, it includes trigger points assessment and strength, and testing the musculature coordination of the pelvic floor. Your comfort is kept in mind all throughout, and speculums or stirrups aren’t used
What is pelvic organ prolapse? How does physical therapy fix it?
When the ligaments that suspend the uterus or bladder relax, or your rectal wall relaxes, your uterus starts slipping from its position. A lot of women don’t experience any symptoms while having a slight degree of prolapse. The women that do feel the symptoms mostly complain of heaviness or something being stuck in their vagina, along with pelvic pressure. Physical therapy helps you move in a way that doesn’t aggravate this pressure.
What is Dyspareunia? How does physical therapy help it?
Pain experienced during sexual intercourse is called dyspareunia. Physical therapy helps address the neuromuscular and musculoskeletal parts of your pelvis that may be causing this pain.
Does physical therapy benefit abdominal separation after pregnancy?
Of course, it does. We help you optimize your environment to make it a healing one, helping you sustain your recovered normal abdomen after you’ve recovered it.
I have recently delivered my baby, and I want to start exercising again, but I’m worried it may hurt me. Can physical therapy help me with this?
Yes, it can. Our physical therapists will check your mobility and strength and then align it with your goals, step by step to avoid potential injuries.
Maryland Neuro Rehab & Wellness therapists take women’s health in Howard County very seriously.
Call us today to make an appointment.