We’re Here For You
At Memorial Medical Clinic on Locust St., we specifically focus on Women’s Health Physical Therapy. Our therapists use a variety of treatments such as electrical stimulation of the pelvic floor muscles, biofeedback training, dry needling, manual therapy techniques, and therapeutic exercise to improve pelvic health conditions and symptoms.
Meet Katie Ruebush, PT, DPT
“As a lifelong athlete and now mother, I have a passion for helping patients reach their personal goals of returning to their activities of daily living, hobbies, and exercise routines after injuries, surgeries, or childbirth.”
–Katie Ruebush, PT, DPT
Symptoms that benefit from Pelvic Health Physical Therapy:
- Bladder leakage
- Bowel leakage
- Urinary frequency
- Urinary urgency
- Incomplete emptying of the bladder
- Pelvic and rectal pain
- Pain during intercourse
- Abdominal muscle/scar pain
- Pregnancy related back and/or hip pain
- Postpartum pain and leakage
- Prolapse or “heaviness” in the pelvis
- Low back pain
- Tailbone pain
To learn more about Women’s Health and Pelvic Floor Therapy during pregnancy, click here.
To learn more about Women’s Health and Pelvic Floor Therapy during postpartum period, click here.
What to Expect at Your Visit?
Your first visit includes a consultative interview with your physical therapist to discuss your symptoms and goals. Please wear something that is comfortable to move in as our therapist will then externally evaluate the alignment and movement of your spine and pelvis. If you are comfortable with an internal pelvic assessment, our physical therapist may assess for pelvic organ prolapse and the integrity of your pelvic floor muscles. This is typically more comfortable than a typical vaginal exam as there is no speculum or stirrups used. After the evaluation, together with your therapist, you will devise a treatment plan in order to meet your personal goals.
Clients are often relieved to know that many pelvic floor symptoms can be managed without surgery or medication. Your pelvic floor therapist will develop a personalized program to help you achieve your goals. This is accomplished by proper training of the pelvic floor muscles and surrounding muscles. Clients may need just 2 – 3 PT sessions and others may need 6 – 10 PT sessions before transitioning to a home program.
Physical Therapy & Related Treatments
- Pelvic Floor Therapy
- Electrical Stimulation of the Pelvic Floor Muscles
- Functional Dry Needling
- Soft Tissue Mobilization
- Scar Mobilization
- Home Program
- Trigger point release
- Manual therapy
- Therapeutic exercise
Helping Patients Address Pain & Dysfunction.
The team at Memorial Medical Clinic on Locust St. can help.
It’s compassionate women’s healthcare from the team you know and trust.
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