We offer Pelvic Physical Therapy in Aurora, Denver, Boulder, Broomfield, Longmont, Fort Thornton, Parker, and Brighton.

The pelvic floor refers to the muscles that support your reproductive and urinary tract, including your bladder, uterus (or prostate), and rectum, also wrapping around the urethra, vagina (in females), and rectum. These muscles attach to your pelvis and to your tailbone and sacrum. In addition to providing support, they also help you control bladder and bowel function. 

When these muscles aren’t working properly as they should, they can cause pain and other symptoms that interfere with daily functioning. Physical therapy can help manage pain and associated symptoms, getting you back to normal functioning. 

When you start working with our physical therapist to address pelvic pelvic girdle pain, there are some things you can expect. 

At your first appointment, your therapist will likely do an assessment before deciding which types of therapy will be most effective. That assessment may include an evaluation of both external and internal muscles. You may be asked to stand, walk, and sit so the therapist can see whether you may have posture or joint issues that could be affecting the pelvic floor muscles.

Contact us here to schedule a session with one of our physical therapists.