pelvic floor physical Therapy

Pelvic floor physical therapy is designed to improve a variety of health conditions, decrease pain and improve quality of life.

This form of therapy can help men and women who experience pelvic floor dysfunction, resulting in incontinence, constipation, overactive bladder and similar conditions. Specifically, women may benefit from therapy following childbirth, hysterectomy or bladder surgery. Men may realize improvements from this therapy due to conditions related to prostate health or post-surgery for a prostate condition as well as other men's health conditions.

conditions treated

These specialized physical therapy services are targeted to address health issues such as:

  • Abdominal pain or low back pain 
  • Bladder leakage
  • Bladder prolapse
  • Episiotomy scars
  • Incontinence and overactive bladder
  • Painful intercourse or sexual dysfunction
  • Pelvic floor laxity
  • Postpartum recovery

Treatment Options

A physical therapist with special training in pelvic floor therapy will provide treatment. Treatment may include biofeedback, electrical stimulation, pelvic floor awareness, therapeutic exercises and manual therapy. A treatment program typically includes one visit per week for 12 weeks.

Please discuss the benefits of pelvic floor physical therapy with your physician or contact one of our therapy centers below.


Maury Regional Physical Therapy
858 West James Campbell Boulevard
Columbia, TN 38401
F 931.380.4107

Maury Regional Spring Hill Physical Therapy
1003 Reserve Boulevard, Suite 310
Spring Hill, TN 37174
F 931.489.2629

Lewis Health Center Physical Therapy
621 West Main Street
Hohenwald, TN 38462


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