In-Home Physical Therapy
Salt Lake, Utah
Our Mission: In-Home Physical Therapy strives to provide excellent outpatient physical therapy services directly in patients' homes, maximizing comfort and care.
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What is a Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist?
A pelvic floor PT is a licensed physical therapist, who upon receiving a postgraduate degree, receives significant specialized training in the examination and treatment of dysfunctions relating to the pelvic floor.
What does Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy treat?
A pelvic PT, and specifically a women’s health pelvic PT, can treat the following symptoms/conditions: lower back pain, bladder or bowel leakage, pain with sex, pelvic pain, diastasis recti (separation of abdominal muscles), prolapse, bladder pain/interstitial cystitis, urinary frequency or urgency, urinary leakage with fitness, difficulty returning to fitness postpartum, endometriosis symptoms and more.
What can I expect during my appointment?
Through In-Home Physical Therapy, your skilled pelvic women’s health physical therapist will set up appointments in your home when it is convenient for you. The first appointment can last anywhere from 60-90 minutes and includes a thorough review of history and symptoms, as well a physical examination. In some cases, your pelvic PT may recommend an external and internal vaginal pelvic floor muscular assessment. Pelvic PT’s have specialized training in this area and an internal assessment can provide vital information to determine the best plan for your symptoms. As with all treatments, you as the patient decide what you are comfortable with and your PT will always strive to make you completely comfortable.
At the end of your first appointment, you and your PT will come up with a plan and determine a number of follow-up visits. Each follow up visit typically lasts 45 to 60 minutes. You will also have a home program to keep you moving forward between visits.