Now that things are starting to return to pre-Covid ways in many respects, we want everyone to have the opportunity to pursue whatever treatment options they are most comfortable with, including in-office and remote options for various treatments and classes, including one-on-one and group sessions.
We have always adhered to only the safest health measures in our practice, and we will continue to do so long after the Covid crisis has passed.
Contact us here if you would like to schedule an appointment at one of our offices.
We have always emphasized a home program for our patients, and with great success. Femina PT founder Heather Jeffcoat even wrote a book that emphasizes self care.
While it is true that hands-on therapy has been proven to benefit those with chronic pain, pelvic pain, incontinence, and more, it is also true that every successful treatment begins with an accurate diagnosis. Our trained therapists will listen to your story, observe your movements, and make the appropriate recommendations for your particular situation.
In short, a one-on-one telehealth session is a simple, effective, and private option. Click here for more info.
All of our female services are now posted exclusively at the Femina Physical Therapy website:
The goal of this initial evaluation is to understand all the different layers that could possibly be contributing to your condition. Once we understand the root causes of your issue, we will formulate a treatment plan to help you start feeling better, experiencing less pain, and getting back to the activities that you care about."
Check out all our Female-based services at FeminaPT.com
This article outlines what you can expect during your appointment for pelvic floor therapy for men.
If you've asked yourself "Why do my testicles hurt?", "Why do I pee all the time?", "Why does my penis hurt?", "Why is ejaculation painful?", "Can you help a shy bladder?", "Why does it hurt to poop?" and other similar questions -- keep reading.
Pelvic floor issues including constipation and incontinence can affect kids as well as adults. At Fusion Wellness & Physical Therapy our therapists work with you and your child to make a safe and comfortable environment to treat these common issues to help your child function at their best and prevent pelvic floor issues in later childhood and adulthood.
We offer a large range of orthopaedic services and treatments for acute, subacute and chronic injuries of bone, joints and muscles, including injuries sustained during sports or other activities.
Fusion Wellness is proud to offer a comprehensive cancer survivor rehabilitation program for men and women, including Lymphaedema therapy (complete manual decongestive therapy / manual lymphatic drainage), post radiation dilator use for pelvic area cancers, post-prostatectomy biofeedback for incontinence, garment recommendations, and more. On staff we have Laureen McVicker, PT, CLT, a Certified Lymphaedema Therapist with over three decades of experience and oversees our cancer rehabilitation program.
Attain is a home biofeedback and electrical stimulation device used to conservatively treat stress, urge and mixed urinary incontinence. Bladder leakage, even just a few drops is NOT normal. Bladder leakage can get WORSE if not treated. The Attain is appropriate for treatment of stress, urge and mixed urinary incontinence and bowel incontinence.
Fusion Wellness PT offers Fascial Stretch Therapy™, an assisted-stretching system that unlocks the flexibility potential in your body! FST™ is a unique system of therapy & training that dramatically improves your flexibility by lengthening your fascia.
We have many patients that travel from outside of the Los Angeles area for routine or intermittent care. These patients are seen by Heather Jeffcoat in our Sherman Oaks, CA office. Weekend accommodations can also be made if necessary.
To get started, a 30 minute telehealth session in California (or virtual consultation worldwide) is scheduled so that your individual needs can be met.
A home program for our patients is something we have always emphasized, and with great success. The founder of Fusion Wellness, Heather Jeffcoat, DPT, even wrote a book that emphasizes self care.
While we are not denigrating the beneficial effects of hands-on therapy as one part of the solution for pelvic pain, incontinence, chronic pain, etc., there is still much to be gained from simply observing one’s movement via telehealth sessions in California (or virtual consultations worldwide) and using that information to lead us towards the rest of our clinical exam.
Transgender patients that are prepping for, or have undergone gender confirmation surgery (also termed gender affirmation surgery or gender reassignment surgery), will require the services of compassionate and skilled pelvic health and orthopaedic physical therapists. There are many ways a physical therapist can and should be involved in their integrative treatment plan: