pelvic floor dysfunction

Bladder and Bowel dysfunction in spinal cord injury.

Bladder and Bowel dysfunction in spinal cord injury Source: flintrehab Bladder dysfunction after Spinal cord injury The biggest problem with people who have spinal cord injury is the dysfunction of the bladder. The nerves controlling the bladder and the related muscles are situated at the end of the spinal cord, and when it gets damaged, …

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Pelvic Pain

Chronic Pelvic Pain – Physiotherapy Management – Case Study

Chronic Pelvic Pain – Physiotherapy Management – Case Study A 35 year old woman presented to our rehabilitation center with complaints of Chronic Pelvic Pain that has affected her since 3 years. Client admits to physical therapist during evaluation that her pain and discomfort has increased post pregnancy and has not subsided, which was often …

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Sports Hernia, Gilmore groin

Gilmore’s Groin

Gilmore’s Groin GILMORE’S GROIN Gilmore’s groin also known as sports hernia, inguinal disruption or athletic pubalgia (It is not related to common hernia). Gilmore’s groin is a muscular groin pain involving the groin region (groin is the area where the lower abdomen joins the thigh region) and aponeurosis (area where the abdomen muscles converge to …

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Vaginismus, Genito-Pelvic Pain Disorder

Physiotherapy Treatment for Vaginismus

Physiotherapy Treatment for Vaginismus Vaginismus is an involuntary contraction of muscles around the opening of vagina in women causing muscle spasms with no abnormalities in the genital organs. TYPES: Primary Vaginismus -Pain with or an inability to tolerate insertion upon first attempts(usually a tampon or finger around puberty). Secondary Vaginismus -Pain or Spasm that is …

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