Do you suffer from:
Did you know that help is available?
In this three-part series, you’ll learn about the key symptoms and causes of pelvic dysfunction, pain and incontinence. We’ll touch on chronic pain and discuss the basis of an effective management and treatment program.
We’ll also reveal 7 simple actions to help you take control of your health and improve your individual symptoms of pelvic pain and dysfunction.
This is a difficult and sensitive subject and often not discussed due to its private nature.
It’s important to realise that in many cases there is a lot that can be done to help
Symptoms can be wide-ranging, and diagnosis can’t be confirmed with just one test. Instead it requires a look into your personal symptoms and a physical assessment of your pelvic structures to identify imbalances of the joints, ligaments and muscles (tightness, weakness etc) and locations where nerves can become irritated and “trapped”.
Can include (but are not limited to)
There is no one cause, and generally multiple factors are involved
If you’re suffering from any of the above issues, or some sort of dysfunction of the pelvic/lower abdominal area or genital region, it’s likely that an in-depth history and physical assessment plus a multi-pronged treatment approach can be of great assistance.
Our osteopath, Alexis Weidland specialises in women’s health and can help you determine the best integrative approach to your problem.
If you would like to chat about your situation, drop us an email, call, or book an appointment with Alexis
Stay tuned for part 2, where we discuss chronic pain and its complicated nature as well as the basic idea behind effective treatment and management of pelvic pain and dysfunction.