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Women's Health

Pregnancy, Post-partum, Pelvic Pain & Incontinence
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Whether you suffer from recent or chronic pelvic pain or are experiencing urinary incontinence, individualized physical therapy treatment can decrease or resolve many of your symptoms.

Our physical therapists will use a combination of specialized hands-on therapy techniques and exercises, postural re-education, relaxation training and biofeedback if indicated.

We will also provide you with the support and education you need to relieve your symptoms and prevent further problems.

Have you experienced any of these health challenges?

Pain Or Dysfunction Associated With Pregnancy Or Post-partum

Pregnancy, childbirth, and caring for a newborn can sometimes result in pain or loss of function. A woman may develop: low back, tail bone or pubic bone pain, neck & shoulder pain, pressure or heaviness, hand or wrist numbness or swelling, calf cramps, headaches, or incontinence.

Our physical therapists can provide specialized treatment, support and education to relieve these symptoms and prevent further problems.

Urinary Incontinence*

The involuntary loss of urine can be the result of many things, including pelvic floor muscle weakness and poor bladder habits. Incontinence affects between 15-25 million Americans. Of men and women between the ages of 30 and 70, 33% have experienced urinary incontinence.

*We treat men at our Tukwila location.

Chronic Pelvic Pain

Pelvic pain has many causes. Frequently it can be attributed to musculoskeletal dysfunction, abnormal posture, weakness and decreased general mobility. If an imbalance occurs within any of the 80 muscles that attach or extend from the pelvis, symptoms may arise and pain cycles may occur.

Typical symptoms may include pelvic pressure, back, abdominal or tailbone pain, urinary urgency & frequency, pain with intercourse, and discomfort with tampon use.

Women's Health Services Available at Tukwila

(206) 248-3080

(206) 242-5186

To Make An Appointment:

Contact your health care provider to discuss a referral for physical therapy if you are having any of these issues. If your insurance does not require a physician referral, you may contact us directly. Call our Tukwila (206) 248-3080 office to schedule your initial evaluation.