You don’t have to “just live with” pelvic floor pain and problems.
Pelvic floor problems are common, and they can be treated. In fact, thirty-five percent of all women will be affected by at least one pelvic floor condition, or suffer some degree of incontinence in their lifetime. Pelvic pain and instability can result from pregnancy, birth, postural problems, sports injury and many other causes. At Spine and Sport Physical Therapy, we address pelvic floor challenges from a whole-person perspective to lead you on a journey toward strength, stability and healing. With professional treatment, the positive changes toward pelvic stability can be powerful and long-lasting. We are proud to bring the region’s best answer to the search for a “pelvic floor therapist near me.”
Our Women’s Health Pelvic Floor Therapist, Abby Bodenhausen, received her masters and doctorate-level degrees from Saint Louis University, as well as continued education from the prestigious Herman and Wallace and the Institute of Birth Healing Holistic Treatment. She has specialized training in pelvic floor physical therapy, pregnancy, postpartum recovery and treating the pregnant and postpartum athlete. “Too many women are being told that there is nothing they can do about their pelvic symptoms. After personally dealing with pelvic floor dysfunction, I feel I can relate to my patients and help them on their journey to be their best self physically,” says Abby. To learn more about pelvic floor dysfunction and how physical therapy can help, please call to schedule your free consultation and download our brochure.