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What is the Continence and Pelvic Health Program?

The Continence and Pelvic Health Program is a treatment program for patients with pelvic muscle dysfunction. This includes those with disorders of the bowel, bladder incontinence and pelvic pain disorders.

Incontinence is not a normal part of aging and many types of incontinence can be helped without medication or invasive intervention. A program of muscle contraction exercises, behavioral strategies and biofeedback are offered to enhance muscle control and reverse inefficient pelvic floor musculature.

Pain disorders can result from dysfunction of the reproductive, urinary, gastrointestinal, neurological, psychological and musculoskeletal systems. A treatment program is designed to restore the movement and function of the pelvis and related structures. Techniques for joint and soft tissue dysfunction include exercise, manual therapy, biofeedback, modalities and education to address muscle weakness and tightness.

This program will be beneficial for those who suffer from:

How can our expertly trained and caring staff help?
Through one or a combination of the following:

Patient Forms
Pelvic Floor Evaluation and Treatment Information
Bladder Record Instructions
Bladder Record

Admission Guidelines:

A physician's referral and prescription are required before therapy can begin. After receiving a referral, a team member will contact the patient to schedule an evaluation. For additional information, please call 541-677- 4546. Referrals may be faxed to 541-677-4547.



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