Endometriosis can create a cascade effect throughout the body. Physical therapy can help.
You may struggle with:
- Pain (in the pelvis, abdomen, low back) either constant or cyclical
- Painful during and/or after intercourse
- Heavy periods
- Painful menses that prevent you from going to work/school
- Painful urination/bowel movements surrounding your cycle
Endometriosis affects an estimated 1 in 10 women who are in their reproductive/ childbearing years; about 190 million people throughout the world. But because the condition can only be diagnosed through a laparoscopy surgery, it can be difficult to identify, and is often missed!
If you have not be diagnosed with endometriosis, but have any of the above symptoms with cyclical pain, pelvic floor dysfunctions, and/or unrelenting pain with heavy periods, a physical therapist specializing in endometriosis can help to identify red flags that may be indicative of the condition and guide you towards a diagnosis and a vibrant life without pain.
Symptoms that can be successfully treated with pelvic floor physical therapy include:
- Pelvic floor dysfunction, Pelvic pain
- Pants peeing
- Difficulty and / or pain with bladder emptying
- Constipation, Pain with pooping
- Pain with intercourse and / or intimacy
- Abdominal pain
- Low back pain
Breathe. offers a holistic physical therapy treatment plan for individuals who have been diagnosed with endometriosis, or have the symptoms above. Our experienced therapists have completed an expertise examination to be named a vetted endometriosis physical therapist by iCareBetter, a resource that helps clients find quality care, and can help decrease pain and maintain function from pre-diagnosis onward.
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