Are You Dealing with PELVIC FLOOR Pain And Don't Know Who To Call? CALL US! HIS THERAPY
We specialize in pelvic floor therapy for MEN, WOMAN and CHILDREN.
Pelvic floor therapy is a unique specialty of Physical Therapy which re-trains and strengthens the muscles of the pelvic floor and core musculature. Pelvic floor therapists will work with those who suffer from all sorts of pelvic floor problems including urinary incontinence, frequency and urgency, as well as constipation and other bowel problems, pelvic pain with intercourse, and PRE-natal and POST-natal discomforts.
Sabina Weaver, MSPT provides specialized treatments including dry needling, biofeedback, myofascial release and pelvic floor therapy to meet each individual's needs,
Mind, Body and Spirit.
Call us for a pelvic floor assessment to get you back on track! 864-534-1780
Sadly, bed-wetting in the United States is a common problem among children that affects 5 million kids. If your child suffers from this problem do not fear! His Therapy is here to help and will walk beside you to resolve this embarassing problem your child may experience. His Therapy creates a fun, motivating, and exciting treatment plan that educates, councils, encourages, and offers biofeedback. Biofeedback traces the contraction and relaxation of the muscles that surround the pelvic floor using electromyography (EMG). Pelvic physical therapy has been shown to be an effective treatment method for those struggling with bed-wetting. We would love to answer any questions that you may have, so for more information or to schedule an appointment, call His Therapy at 864-534-1780 today!
Following the arivial of a new, precious baby, concerns often arrise that surround the health of the infant. Unfortunately, little attention is given to the mother with respect to her muscles that surround her pelvic floor which are now stretched. As a result, she may experience postpartum incontinence. Pelvic Floor Therapy plays an important and crucial role with postnatal health and welness.
Stress incontinence, which is the most common type of incontinence, is a prevelent problem occuring after childbirth. This is because the sphincter muscles controlling urine discharge incur some damage which can cause urine discharge with minor movement. Pelvic floor therapists help postpartum women who are experiencing this problem by assigning exercises that help bring the muscles surrounding the pelvic floor back under control. If you're experiencing postpartum incontinence, please contact our office for more information and schedule your pelvic floor assessment today at 864-534-1780!
Sabina Weaver, MSPT-ATC-L Pelvic floor specialists, Dry Needling Certified