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Pelvic Health and Incontinence

Are you a man or woman managing a pelvic health issue that contributes to bowel, bladder, sexual health, or pain problems? Maybe you leak urine with activity or experience frequent, strong urges to go to the bathroom. Others with pelvic health issues experience pain from pelvic prolapse or struggle with pain and discomfort during sex. No matter your pelvic health concern, our pelvic health therapists at Sauk Prairie Healthcare are here to help.

Our pelvic health and incontinence therapists are specialists in the nonsurgical treatment of chronic pelvic conditions such as urinary incontinence, pelvic disorders, and pre- and post-operative care for prostate cancer patients. Many of these treatments include behavioral modifications, exercise, education, and functional retraining. They are experienced in helping patients whose pelvic floor disorders are related to complex concerns such as spinal cord injuries, orthopedic problems, and movement disorders like Parkinson’s disease. They are experienced at identifying and treating the underlying causes of patient symptoms and pain. Our therapists perform comprehensive evaluations to determine the root cause of your symptoms to individualize your targeted treatment designed to restore function and long-term quality of life.

Pelvic Health Conditions We Treat

  • Stress incontinence and overactive bladder
  • Pelvic organ prolapse
  • Pelvic pain related to such conditions as endometriosis, trauma from childbirth, interstitial cystitis, chronic pain after UTI, pudendal neuralgia, and pain with intercourse
  • Chronic urinary tract infections
  • Pre- and post-operative prostate cancer care
  • Vulvodynia
  • Vaginismus
  • Dyspareunia
  • Urinary retention/Incomplete voiding

Pelvic Floor Therapy Types

At Sauk Prairie Healthcare, our pelvic health therapists offer one-on-one, customized treatment to meet your needs for male or female pelvic floor disorders. Therapy typically includes one or more of the following techniques:

  • Pelvic floor muscle exercises
  • Bladder training or delayed voiding
  • Manual therapy
  • Heat/ice therapy
  • Electrical stimulation
  • Behavioral modification (diet, breathing, and fluid education)