Experience Natural Relief from Pelvic Organ Prolapse at mPower Physical Therapy—No Risky Procedures, No Surgery, No Need to Suffer in Silence!
If you are about to have your uterus taken out by a doctor and they say there are no other options, then this is for you!
- If you are told that uterine prolapse is just what happens as you get older and after having kids and just live with it until it gets bad enough to have surgery, then this is for you.
- If you are looking to get your uterine prolapse treatment and want a more holistic way of care, then mPower Physical Therapy is the right place for you.
Get to the root cause of your pelvic organ prolapse with expert-level care at mPower physical therapy.
What is pelvic organ prolapse?
Pelvic organ prolapse (or POP) occurs when one or more of a person’s organs drop from their normal position in the pelvis. This dropping is termed prolapse and can involve a number of organs including the bladder, urethra, small bowel, vagina, and/or rectum.
Prolapse happens when the downward pressure of the pelvic organ(s) involved is greater than the strength of the muscles and surrounding connective tissue within the pelvic floor. This means that unless we do something to retrain the pelvic floor, it won’t be able to keep up in successfully supporting the organs it houses.
So what’s the solution?
First step: Consult a professional. We know you have a lot of options when it comes to physical therapy but here at mPower physical therapy, we are a team of dedicated doctors of physical therapy specializing in pelvic health and associated dysfunctions. We understand the embarrassment and frustration that can surround pelvic organ prolapse and make it our priority to put you at ease while addressing both the symptoms and the root causes of your issues.
We will work to collaborate, to educate, and to address modifiable factors that can be exacerbating your symptoms. Finding relief should not simply involve a “plug” or medication band-aid. The causes of POP are multi-faceted and effective outcomes rely on treatment that addresses all of those underlying factors.
Is What I Am Experiencing Normal Symptoms of Pelvic Organ Prolapse?
Each individual with POP can present with very distinct symptoms. Feel like you’re sitting on an egg? Finding yourself having to run to the bathroom more frequently? Feeling pulling or discomfort in your groin or lower back, especially with prolonged standing or intense exercise?
Along with vaginal pressure, heightened discomfort with straining, and bowel problems, these are all typical experiences of those with POP.
Treating you as a whole, and not a part.
Don’t just cover up your issues. Studies have shown that by improving your pelvic floor strength and coordination with pelvic health physical therapy, you can improve the resting position of your pelvic organs, reduce your symptoms, and improve your overall quality of life.
You deserve to feel your best.
What to Expect From mPower Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy.
Comprehensive evaluation and individualized treatment plan.
Your first session begins with a one-on-one discussion with one of our pelvic floor specialists. We take the time to listen to you, to educate you, and to develop a game plan that is realistic and effective. We will check the strength and control of multiple muscles in your core and pelvic floor region and assess how they coordinate during day-to-day activities and movements.
A collaborative approach to care
You know your body better than anyone and we are here to help guide you down the path of recovery. Your goals are our priorities with patient empowerment at the heart of everything we do.
A departure from the status quo
We were created out of frustration with the current healthcare system. If you’re feeling failed by your current healthcare options, tired of being shuffled around between providers or simply seeking a more holistic strategy, we are here to show you the difference.