Beaumont’s experienced physical therapists can help you cope with the condition and improve your quality of life. The goal of this program is to educate and train patients to manage and, in some cases, eliminate their pelvic pain or other musculoskeletal dysfunction as it relates to their diagnosis. We realize that this painful condition can negatively impact every aspect of your life. Let us help you reclaim your life from chronic pelvic pain.
What is pelvic pain?Pelvic pain is a debilitating condition that affects one in six women, as well as men. Symptoms can include:
- pelvic and lower abdominal pain
- pelvic pressure
- painful periods
- bladder urgency or frequency
- painful urination
- IBS or constipation
- vulvar pain
- painful intercourse
- sexual dysfunction
- back pain
Beaumont’s nationally renowned pelvic pain physical therapy program is the largest program in Michigan. Our licensed therapists use the latest research and evidence-based interventions to compassionately address your individual concerns and symptoms.
In addition to having a number of specialty certifications, our therapists actively participate in national and international research programs and medical associations, ensuring your treatments are on the leading edge.
The pelvic pain program is offers flexible, convenient appointment times at several locations throughout Southeast Michigan.
You and your physical therapist will work together to develop a customized treatment plan that meets your unique needs and goals. Your therapist will assess and address the musculoskeletal dysfunction that can cause and facilitate chronic pelvic
Leading edge treatmentOur therapists use the most recent treatment interventions including:
- electrical stimulation
- manual therapy
- internal and external pelvic floor work
- visceral mobilization
- patient education
- referral to support services and self-care after conclusion of formal therapy
Beaumont also offers classes including massage, yoga, group exercise, Pilates and pool therapy to ensure your needs are addressed even after your formal physical therapy concludes.
- levator ani syndrome
- pregnancy and post-pregnancy issues
- painful intercourse
- interstitial cystitis/bladder pain/painful urination
- pelvic pain
- vaginismus/pelvic muscle tightness
- vulvodynia/vaginal burning
- pelvic floor myalgia
- post-surgical pelvic pain
- decrease pelvic pain and discomfort associated with your condition
- increase knowledge of causes and instruction in self-management of pain
- increase in functional activity and returning to normal daily-life activity
- intercourse without pain
- peace of mind knowing you are being treated by highly