Urinary Incontinence Services
Physical Therapy Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation
Urinary incontinence and certain pelvic pain disorders can be successfully treated with physical therapy.
Crozer-Keystone’s team of female physical therapists are specially trained in pelvic floor rehabilitation. You will initially meet with a therapist to evaluate your medical condition and formulate a plan of care.
All therapy sessions take place on a one-on-one basis, in a private room away from all other therapy patients and activities. Treatment duration is individualized and typically lasts from four to six sessions. The physical therapists work closely with physicians to provide coordination of care.
For more information or to schedule an appointment for pelvic floor rehabilitation, call 610-328-8800.
Treatment can include surgery, medication and/or use of a pessary device placed in the vagina to help support the pelvic organs. Some women who require surgery may be candidates for minimally invasive procedures or robotic procedures.
The physicians of Delaware Valley Urogynecology partner with each individual patient to determine the most effective treatment to help relieve the pain, discomfort and embarrassment associated with a pelvic floor disorder.
You can be referred to Delaware Valley Urogynecology by your primary care physician or gynecologist/midwife, or you can self-refer by calling the office at 610-338-1810.