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Women's Health Program

The Women’s Health program in the Carbondale, Clarks Summit and Montrose offices provides one-on-one education and hands-on treatment for women of all ages who have difficulties with bladder control, pelvic muscle pain, and orthopedic issues during or after pregnancy.

Do you leak when you cough or sneeze?

Do you leak when you jump or run?

Do you have pain with intercourse or inserting a tampon?

If you answered YES to any of these questions, you may need Pelvic Floor Treatments. Call one of our offices today to speak with a physical therapist.

Common Diagnoses Requiring Pelvic Floor Treatment:

  • Urinary incontinence
  • Pelvic floor prolapse
  • Pregnancy-related pain
  • Vulvodynia - chronic pain targeting the vulva
  • Dyspareunia - painful sexual intercourse/tampon use
  • Coccydynia - tailbone pain
  • Rehabilitation after Mastectomy Procedures

What to Expect from a Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist:

  1. Internal vaginal and rectal exam may be necessary to assess the integrity of pelvic musculature
  2. Orthopedic and functional movement assessments
  3. Corrective exercises based on your specific movement dysfunction
  4. Private treatment rooms
  5. Friendly staff that understands the sensitivity of the diagnosis

Pelvic Floor Treatments Available:

  • Biofeedback with internal vaginal sensors
  • Electrical stimulation with internal sensors
  • Manual therapy techniques

      - External pelvic floor glides

      - Internal trigger point release techniques

      - Realignment of pelvis and SI joints

  • Down-training with dilators
  • Yoga and Pilates based exercise for pelvic floor relaxation and strengthening
  • Bladder diaries
  • Education on lifestyle recommendations, irritants, and constipation management

For more information on Women's Health, call ProCare Physical Therapy at:

Carbondale (570) 282-0200

Clarks Summit (570) 587-2142

Montrose (570) 278-1101

Men's Health Program

Males frequently have similar pelvic floor dysfunctions as well.  Did you know that the most common side effect from the removal of the prostate is urinary incontinence? Pelvic floor exercises can make a large difference in your bladder control and help you return to your active lifestyle! The Montrose and Carbondale clinics are now offering male pelvic floor physical therapy. Call today for more information! 

For more information on Men's Health, call ProCare Physical Therapy at:

Carbondale (570) 282-0200

Montrose (570) 278-1101

Testimonials

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  • Post-Surgical Ankle Repair Success!

    The staff at ProCare was incredible. Without their positive attitudes and constant drive I would not have had this amount of success.

    - Rhys E., ProCare Physical Therapy Patient
  • Shoulder Pain is Eliminated!

    Exercises have pretty much eliminated the pain in my shoulder, which makes me very happy!

    - Lisa B., ProCare Physical Therapy Patient