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Learn about the rehab services we offer at our Central Indiana location.

Pelvic Floor Rehab for Women — The Basics

Seeking therapy for your pelvic health issue is a sensitive matter, but one that can vastly change the quality of your life. If you’re considering taking contol of your issue, or if your medical provider recommended pelvic floor rehab for women, it’s because the muscles of your pelvic floor may be contributing to your urinary, gynecological, or gastrointestinal symptoms.

Our clinics specialize in evaluating the neuromusculoskeletal region of the pelvis, restoring function to pathological structures, and teaching women to control these muscles, nerves, and other tissues so you can feel like a natural woman again.

While women’s pelvic issues fall into various categories, each individual woman’s underlying causes are very different and require individualized exercise prescription. 

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While many healthcare professionals will recommend Kegel exercises for pelvic floor issues, research reveals there is not one exercise that can resolve pelvic floor muscle issues. Sometimes, in cases of hypertonicity or neuro-overactivity, Kegels can make many conditions worse.

The individulalized therapy evaluation and home program offered by You’re In CONTROL! is a great option for resolving pelvic issues.

(Make sure to read our Frequently Asked Questions section on the “About” page for important information on procedures and policies.)

Services Offered by You’re In CONTROL!

Pelvic Floor Rehab for Women

Not all services are offered at every location. To find what services are offered at the location near you, click one of the location links above.

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Rehab for Pregnancy Issues

Issues such as pelvic organ prolapse, bladder leakage, diastasis recti, and even fecal leakage arise from pregnancy. Without treatment women often suffer for a lifetime. Take steps now to prevent...

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Rehab for Postpartum Issues

Within days following delivery, postpartum women experience neuromusculoskeletal issues from pelvic floor and abdominal injury. Childbirth, vaginal or cesarean, inevitably causes physical injury to the pelvis.

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Rehab for Gynecological Pain and Pelvic Issues

Internal muscle spasms, myofascial restriction, and scarring can exacerbate gynecological pain. Our licensed therapists have years of clinical experience and are ready to identify and treat the internal muscles, ligaments,...

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Rehab for Bladder Issues

Bladder issues are prevalent in women of all ages, substantially reducing ones health and psychological quality of life. Any kind of leaking is not a normal part of the aging...

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Rehab for Bowel Issues

Bowel issues are a socially embarrassing healthcare problem that affect women in every stage of life. Left untreated, they can lead to social isolation, loss of self-esteem, low self-confidence, and...

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Rehab for Athletic Issues

Athletics create additional stress and increased intra-abdominal pressure from high-impact and load-bearing forces. The neuromuscular fatigue of the pelvic floor musculature from these forces contributes to increased incidence of pelvic...

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Rehab for Youth Bowel and Bladder Health

Millions of children and adolescents across the world experience youth bowel and bladder dysfunction (BBD). BBD is the spectrum of lower urinary tract symptoms that may accompany bowel disturbance.

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Rehab for Autoimmune Issues

Physical therapy can be very helpful in autoimmune disease, restoring the functional ability lost to the consequences of pain, deconditioning, and even neurological symptoms.

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Rehab for Joint and Muscle Pain

Women experience joint and muscle pain at higher rates than men. Pregnancy and childbirth account for much of this. However, individual women can have hormonal, biomechanical, and social risk factors...

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Rehab after Cancer Treatment

It's standard practice to go to rehabilitation after orthopedic surgery; however, many women are unaware they can ask to be referred to rehabilitation after surgery for cancer.

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