Women’s & Men’s Health Therapy
Therapies Designed Especially for Women & Men
At Acucare Physical Therapy, we understand that men’s and women’s bodies are not only designed differently but should also be treated accordingly and discreetly. Astym-certified, Sue Creel, PT, ATC, provides individualized men’s and women’s physical therapy in the Sioux Falls area. Sue will work closely with you to understand your symptoms and diagnose the source. She’ll then help you reduce or eliminate your symptoms and pain through a combination of muscle re-education, manual therapy, and exercises. We also utilize biofeedback, which is effective for treating urinary and/or fecal incontinence and constipation.
Women’s Physical Therapy in Sioux Falls
Our physical therapists can help with issues specific to women’s health, such as pelvic floor dysfunction. Pelvic floor dysfunction is common among women and may lead to problems such as pelvic pain or urinary and/or bowel incontinence. Pelvic floor issues, such as muscle tension and weakness, may be caused by any number of things. Some options include pregnancy or childbirth, surgery, chronic constipation, and aging. The good news is that you don’t have to accept these issues as normal. A physical therapy treatment plan can greatly improve or even reverse the situation. Contact one of our physical therapists today to get started on your personalized treatment plan!
Men’s Physical Therapy in Sioux Falls
We also specialize in physical therapy services for men suffering from incontinence or other issues caused by male pelvic floor dysfunction. Our physical therapists will work closely with you to develop a treatment plan to improve or completely eliminate the problem. Some common symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction in men include:
- Genital, groin, rectum, pubic bone, or tailbone pain
- Lower back pain
- Urinary incontinence: increased urgency and frequency, greater urgency and frequency, diminished urine stream, painful urination, and more trips to the bathroom at night
- Painful intercourse
- Decreased interest in sex
Contact our physical therapists today, to learn more about how we can help with men’s health issues.
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