May 8th through the 14th is Women’s Health Week and the goal is to empower women to make their health a top priority and educate on the steps women can take to improve their health. During the week, you can get the answers to top questions that are asked about Women’s Health.
Women’s issues are important and most women suffer needlessly because they are not aware of the rehabilitation programming designed especially for women. Many patients suffer in silence from disorders caused from pregnancy, disease, musculoskeletal injury and surgery, or an unknown etiology.
Women’s Health physical therapists are trained to evaluate and treat the common conditions as well as more extensive diagnoses. The Tx:Team’s Women’s Health Program works with each patient on an individual basis with the ultimate goal of returning you to your daily routine as quickly as possible. Physical Therapists work alongside you, the patient, to examine, treat, train, and educate.
Many of the diagnoses that women face are sensitive and can make a woman feel embarrassed. It’s time to get the conversations started! Since a women’s health program may be new to a majority of women, there are typically many questions surrounding how the program might help with your diagnosis or problem.
What does a Women’s Health Physical Therapist do?
Women’s Health Physical Therapists provide specialized physical therapy services to diagnoses specific to women. These clinicians have received additional training for evaluation and treatment of the pelvic floor including both external and internal assessments.
What conditions does the Women’s Health Program address?
- Urinary Incontinence
- Pelvic Pain
- Levator Ani Syndrome
- Prudendal neuralgia
- Tension Myalgia
- Pelvic Organ Prolapse
- Low/Mid Back Pain
- SI Joint Dysfunction
- Pregnancy related pain
- PreNatal/PostPartum Conditions
- Painful scars (c-section/episiotomy)
- Diastasis Recti
- Back Pain
- Neck/Shoulder Pain
- Painful Intercourse
- Sacrococcygeal Joint Dysfunction
- Lymphedema Management
- Gynecological surgery (pre/post op care)
- Myofascial Pain Syndrome
- Pain associated with Interstitial Cystitis & Endometriosis
Tx:Team Women’s Health Physical Therapy programs can be found at FMH Rehabilitation in Frederick, MD. Ladies, it’s time to take the steps to improve your health and Women’s Health Week is the perfect time to start!