What do we treat?
Pain w/ Intercourse
Pain w/ Intercourse
Penile & Testicular Pain
We also can provide post surgical treatment for pelvic, abdominal, or genital pain
Many men and women just like you experience chronic pelvic pain. This causes frustration due to lack of answers to address this condition. And the lack of knowledge and results surround this condition result in you dealing with symptoms which can range from annoying to debilitating. The practitioners at New You Health and Wellness understand that although the cause of your pelvic pain has not been easily pinpointed, your pain is real. It’s not just in your head. Pelvic pain is complex problem but there are solutions. Your solution is just a phone call away.
25 million Americans experience incontinence but statistics say that only 45% will discuss this issue with their doctor. Most of these symptoms are experienced by women following childbirth or as they move towards or into menopause but men do experience incontinence as well, oftentimes associated with prostate, bladder, or pelvic floor issues.
Many with incontinence are taught Kegel exercises via practitioner or a friend. This is often thought of as the only intervention. When properly taught Kegel’s can help 55% of the time. But the problem is a recent study showed that many are not instructed how to perform Kegel’s correctly or are not monitored for their progress. Thankfully there are many other effective treatment strategies that go over and above our beloved Kegels that are effective long term relief of incontinence symptoms. No more disturbed sleep from frequent bathroom trips, leakage when coughing, laughing or exercising and no more fear of being too far away from a bathroom.
It is important to have a comprehensive holistic approach to chronic pelvic pain to help ensure any variables are investigated, addressed, or ruled out. You may have been told you have had all the tests or there is nothing else to try but our practitioners at New You Health and Wellness are trained in a holistic approach to help you find solutions..
Many women just like you experience chronic pelvic pain causing frustration due to lack of answers to address this condition which can range from debilitating to annoying. The practitioners at New You Health and Wellness understand that although the cause of your pelvic pain may not be easily pinpointed yet, your pain is real. It’s not just in your head. Pelvic pain is complex problem but there are solutions.
While stress urinary incontinence is more common as women age, it is not caused simply by aging. A number of factors contribute to stress incontinence including…
The goal of physical therapy for treating stress incontinence symptoms is to assess and treat the pelvic floor muscles so that you can control urine output during everyday activities.
Your physical therapist will perform a comprehensive exam to evaluate your situation and come up with a treatment approach based on proven research.
Modalities may be used that have been shown to decrease stress incontinence and have positive effects on confidence and libido as well.
If you have tried Kegel exercises and they didn’t work, that is not uncommon. There is much more to addressing pelvic floor weakness than Kegels. Your abdominals, hips and other muscle groups can have a significant impact on your ability to use your pelvic floor muscles to prevent incontinence.
At New You Health and Wellness we take a holistic approach to your situation and perform a comprehensive evaluation of your lifestyle and eating plan to address and reverse your symptoms.
A Holistic Approach…
Looking at diet and lifestyle is extremely important when addressing incontinence. We focus on eliminating triggers that can increase your episodes.
Softwave therapy has been shown to have a positive effect on accelerating healing by
bringing additional blood flow to the area effected (weak muscles can have poor blood supply) and improve the function of muscles to help restore healthy and effective bladder function. Studies have shown increased smooth muscle of the bladder following treatment which for many can significantly decrease or eliminate urgency.