Bowel and Bladder Dysfunction in Tribeca

Incontinence in Tribeca

Incontinence is the loss of bladder control. Incontinence can be as simple as leaking urine from coughing to severe cases where you feel the urge to urinate and can end up not getting to the toilet in time. Incontinence treatment may be able to reduce the frequency and severity of your symptoms. This can be done by strengthening your pelvic floor muscles. Incontinence can be caused by a weak pelvic floor, tightness, and uncontrolled spasming. Your physical therapist may also use electrodes to assess your pelvic floor activity to stimulate the muscles and improve function.

Prolapse

POP (pelvic organ prolapse) refers to the prolapse of the pelvic organs via the perineum. This is caused by weak pelvic floor muscles and support structures. Because it takes time to build strength, physical therapy does not work immediately. Physical therapy can be very effective for many women. Physical therapy can reduce symptoms and prevent the condition from getting worse. It may even be a better option than surgery. Book an appointment with our clinic to learn more about prolapse risk, the symptoms to look out for, and what treatment options are available. We are happy to help you with any questions that may arise in your particular situation.

We offer treatments for other conditions or issues including:

  • Urgency/Frequency
  • Incomplete Emptying
  • Constipation
  • Retention
  • Hemorrhoids

 

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Rita F

So far I’m having a great experience! Dr Kristian is both very knowledgeable and good about explaining the injury and recovery process. I’m healing quite quickly- would recommend” 

Jennifer N

“Dr. Monica is a gift. I have been going to her for about 4 sessions now. She is so professional, knowledgeable and patient. She truly cares about her patients and has an ability to make you feel comfortable which is key because I have been going to her for pelvic floor work due to pregnancy and labor. For anyone who does not know (like I was surprised to find out when I arrived at my first session), pelvic floor work involves the insertion of the doctors finger vaginally to help release tension causing issues with the pelvic floor such as back pain, urinary frequency, urinary incontinence and constipation. She explains each step that she is about to do and makes sure you are comfortable before proceeding to next steps. I genuinely feel so much stronger and don’t need to worry anymore about peeing a little every time I jump or sneeze or not being able to hold in my pee. Babies are miracles but it sure does take a toll on the mother’s body. She even helped me realize I had signs of endometriosis which was something my obgyn never even addressed as a possible diagnosis to my issues! Highly recommend for people who struggle postpartum. Don’t wait two years after having a kid like I did to start your path to recovery. My back, my legs, my core and my bladder are so much stronger thanks to Dr. Monica.”

PHYSICAL THERAPY
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CLINICAL PILATES
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SOFT TISSUE MOBILIZATION
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TELEHEALTH
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THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE
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ULTRASOUND & ELECTRICAL STIMULATION

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MASSAGE THERAPY
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ORTHOPEDIC THERAPY
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PELVIC FLOOR THERAPY
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WOMEN’S HEALTH
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CLINICAL PILATES PROVIDER TRAINING