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Incontinence and pelvic pain can lead to isolation and inactivity. Through the Pelvic Physical Therapy Program, patients can improve bladder and bowel function, decrease pelvic pain, improve sexual function, and enhance their quality of life.
Our physical therapists have completed extensive post-graduate training in pelvic physical therapy. They are certified specialists in evaluating and treating low back and pelvic floor dysfunctions in men and women.
Commonly Treated Diagnoses Include:
Once the physician has ruled out any serious medical condition, the patient can be referred to the Pelvic Physical Therapy Program. A physical therapist will perform a one-on-one evaluation that includes:
Treatment is tailored to each patient's goals and varies according to each individual. Treatment may include the following interventions:
Manual physical therapy
Comprehensive home program development
To speak with a therapist or make an appointment, please call 972.579.8155. Appointments are available Monday-Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Baylor Medical Center at IrvingPhysical Medicine Department1901 North MacArthur Blvd.Irving, Texas 75061Phone: 972.579.8155Fax: 972.579.4398
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