At Wonsettler Physical Therapy, we believe in providing the best care and the latest techniques to help you achieve optimal pelvic health.
Today, we’re going to break down the “Ins” and “Outs” of pelvic floor physical therapy.
What’s In: Functional Training
Gone are the days of generic exercises. Functional training is the move! We focus on exercises that mimic real-life movements, helping you to improve your pelvic floor’s function during daily activities.n
What’s Out: Blindly Prescribing Kegels
The one-size-fits-all approach to pelvic floor exercises is a thing of the past. We believe in customizing our treatments to meet your unique needs. Blindly prescribing Kegels is no longer our go-to solution; instead, we analyze your specific pelvic floor issues and tailor a personalized exercise plan just for you.n
What’s In: Dynamic Core Stabilizationn
Bid farewell to belly gripping! Dynamic core stabilization is the way to go. We’ll teach you how to engage your core muscles effectively without resorting to excessive gripping, helping you achieve a balanced and functional core that supports your pelvic floor.n
What’s Out: “No Pain, No Gain”n
We know that pushing yourself to the limit doesn’t always yield the best results, especially when it comes to pelvic floor therapy. Our approach focuses on restorative movements and down-regulating the nervous system. We want you to feel comfortable and at ease during your sessions, ensuring a positive and effective healing process.
What’s In: Plyometric Training
Say goodbye to the notion that leakage is normal, especially for women. We believe in empowering our clients through plyometric training, building strength, and confidence to overcome pelvic floor challenges. No more excuses – we’re here to help you regain control.
What’s Out: One Size Fits Alln
At Wonsettler Physical Therapy, we understand that every individual is unique. That’s why we provide 1:1 specialized care, tailoring our treatments to suit your specific needs and goals. Your journey to pelvic health is just as special as you are, and we’re here to guide you every step of the way.
In conclusion, pelvic floor physical therapy is evolving, and we’re at the forefront of this exciting transformation. Say hello to functional training, dynamic core stabilization, restorative movements, plyometric training, and personalized care. And bid farewell to blindly prescribing Kegels, belly gripping, the “no pain, no gain” mentality, and the idea that leakage is normal.