At Fusion Wellness & Physical Therapy, we specialize in treating these conditions that are all too often misunderstood by the medical community. What sets us apart from other physical therapy offices is we provide one-on-one care by licensed physical therapists for 60-90 minutes. In certain circumstances we over 2 hour appointments. No unlicensed personnel are used at any time, making the quality of care we provide at the highest level.
Our experience solving a wide range of pelvic floor issues is unmatched in our field, including incontinence in men and women, painful intercourse issues, chronic pelvic pain and more.
In depth evaluations, manual therapy, exercise prescription, and many of the other services we offer will have their greatest impact on your recovery when done by skilled, licensed providers that also participate in ongoing continuing education. This practice model also allows us to quickly identify when changes in your treatment plan are needed, maximizing each treatment session. Make an appointment at either our La Cañada or Sherman Oaks office today to get on the path to healing tomorrow.
Pelvic floor muscles are very important in the physiology of both male and female sexual response. Physical therapists play an important role in the multidisciplinary team when dealing with sexual dysfunctions. Arousal and orgasmic disorders, erectile dysfunctions, and ejaculatory dysfunctions and sexual pain are areas that pelvic floor physical therapy specialists can assist patients in restoring sexual health and pleasure.
Involuntary muscle spasms involving the superficial pelvic floor muscles that typically cause painful entry, limiting or preventing intercourse, tampon insertion or pelvic exams. Many women will also describe "a wall" that limits penetration, that may or may not be painful.
See http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/vaginismus/Pages/Introduction.aspx for more information.
We treat a variety of pelvic pain issues, including male and female sexual dysfunctions, vaginismus, vulvodynia, vestibulitis, and more.
“Urogenital prolapse occurs when there is weakness in the supporting structures of the pelvic floor allowing the pelvic viscera to descend and ultimately fall through the anatomical defect.”
- Bo, Kari, Berghmans, Bary, Morkved, Siv, Van Kampen, Marijke, Evidence-Based Physical Therapy for the Pelvic Floor, Elsevier Ltd., 2007.