Pelvic Floor Rehab Services
Stephens Memorial Hospital’s Physical Rehabilitation Department’s Physical Therapist, Tracie MacLeod, DPT has obtained her Certificate of Achievement in Pelvic Physical Therapy (CAPP) through the American Physical Therapy Association. By completing Pelvic Floor Level 1 and Level 2, she can treat patients with urinary incontinence and pelvic pain.
Pelvic floor rehab involves learning how to “find” the right muscles in the pelvic floor and use them correctly. Tracie also helps provide information on diet and nutrition to avoid food and drinks that may irritate the bladder. Tracie is using this new research and assessment skills to help improve patient outcomes and every-day function. Learn more specifics about treatment by reading the links below.
Ask your doctor if physical therapy is right for you. A doctor’s order is required. For more questions call 744-6160.
Pelvic Pain http://www.moveforwardpt.com/symptomsconditionsdetail.aspx?cid=4c28867f-b11f-4148-a21c-f8b6c5ac7002
Journal of the American Medical Association http://www.apta.org/Media/Releases/Consumer/2008/9/17/