Improving Quality of Life with Physical Therapy for Incontinence – Managing Pelvic Floor Dysfunction in Women during Menopause and Postpartum. Physical therapy offers effective treatment to address uncomfortable symptoms like incontinence, difficulties with bowel movements, and pain during sex, which are common in women experiencing pelvic floor dysfunction due to childbirth or menopause.
Dr. Kaitlyn Lutz is a highly skilled and experienced physical therapist who specializes in pelvic floor therapy. Dr. Lutz uses a holistic approach to evaluate and treat patients, offering customized treatment plans that include exercises, manual therapy, biofeedback, and education.
One of the most common conditions that pelvic floor physical therapy can help with is urinary incontinence. Pelvic floor physical therapy can help strengthen the muscles that control bladder function, improve bladder habits, and reduce the frequency and severity of incontinence episodes.
Another condition that pelvic floor therapy treatment can help with is fecal incontinence, which is the involuntary loss of bowel control. This can be a very distressing and isolating condition, but it is also highly treatable with the right approach. Pelvic floor physical therapy can improve muscle strength and coordination, as well as provide education on diet and bowel habits.
In addition to incontinence, pelvic floor physical therapy can help with a range of other conditions, including pelvic pain, painful intercourse, and constipation. Dr. Kaitlyn Lutz has extensive experience treating patients of all ages, from children to older adults.
If you are struggling with symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction, don’t suffer in silence. Contact Dr. Kaitlyn Lutz to schedule a consultation and learn more about how pelvic floor physical therapy can help improve your quality of life. Visit Kinito Physical Therapy website to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards improving your pelvic health.