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What happens on the first day of pelvic floor physical therapy?

During the first day of pelvic floor physical therapy, the therapist will do an evaluation of your condition, prepare you for the therapy, and teach you how to perform exercises. This will help you to get the most out of your treatment.


Performing pelvic floor physical therapy takes around 6-8 sessions to help you heal and feel better. It is a process that will help you gain control over your life. You will learn safe and effective activities that will help you feel better and avoid chronic pain. In order to prepare for the first day of pelvic floor physical therapy, you’ll want to be sure to wear comfortable clothes. You’ll also want to make sure your genital area is clean. The therapist will give you instructions on how to do this.

The therapist will also ask you about your past experiences. You’ll want to include information about your health, including any medications you may be taking. They’ll also want to know if you have had any surgeries or if you have any other pelvic floor problems. The therapist will also ask you about your daily activities and sleep habits. You’ll want to tell them how long you usually sleep and how you feel during the day. They’ll also want to know if you’ve had any problems with urination or sexual intercourse.


During your first day of physical therapy, you might be asked to have an evaluation. This evaluation can include several components. It can be a simple test of strength, or it can include a comprehensive analysis of mobility, joint integrity, and muscle performance. This evaluation will help you understand your pelvic floor and identify any issues that need to be addressed.

The first part of the evaluation involves asking questions about your history and symptoms. The questions will help the Physical Therapist determine what tests need to be performed. The physical therapist may also ask about exercise, diet, or stress. He or she will also take note of your bowel movements and bladder function.

The Physical Therapist will perform the pelvic floor test, which is a test of strength. The physical therapist will push on the pelvic floor with one or both of his or her fingers to feel for the tightness of the muscles. This test can take several minutes and may be graded on a 0 to 5 scale.

Vaginal dilators

Using vaginal dilators on the first day of pelvic floor physical therapy can be a great way to improve your sexual intercourse. Vaginal dilators are used to stretch the muscles of the vagina to reduce pain during sex. The use of dilators has been shown to relieve pain and improve the quality of sexual intercourse for hundreds of women.

Vaginal dilators are commonly made of hard plastic or silicone. They are also sometimes used with a lubricant. They are available in a variety of sizes. Dilators should never be inserted forcefully. Instead, insert them slowly until you feel some tension in the muscles. Then, rotate the dilator in a wide circle at the back of the vagina. Leave the dilator in the vagina for 5 minutes.

If you feel pain or irritation during sex, stop using the dilator immediately. If you continue to feel discomfort, call your physician. If you are experiencing heavy bleeding, you should also call your physician.

Treatment for pelvic floor dysfunction

During pelvic floor physical therapy, a physical therapist will assess the pelvic floor and surrounding muscles to determine what is causing the pain. The goal is to help the patient learn how to better coordinate their pelvic muscles so that they do not cause pain.

Pelvic floor physical therapy may also include biofeedback. This therapy uses special sensors that measure the muscles in the pelvic floor. These sensors give the patient feedback on how well these muscles are working. This can help strengthen weak muscles or relax them.

A physical therapist may also perform manual techniques, such as trigger point therapy. These techniques involve applying pressure to specific trigger points in the pelvic floor. This can help break up scar tissue and alleviate pain.

A physical therapist may also use electrical stimulation therapy. This modality delivers a mild electrical impulse to treat pain and muscle weakness. It can also be used in combination with exercises prescribed by the physical therapist.

Get started in our area today! Our clinic is a specialist in pelvic floor therapy. Our team of specialists in our area use the latest research to offer each patient the most innovative and up-to-date treatment methods. Patients receive individualized, one-on-one treatment during our sessions. All treatment plans can include the following but each plan is tailored to each patient’s specific needs. Contact us to schedule an appointment.