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Pelvic pain refers to the pain involving the area below your belly button. There are various reasons a person may experience pain.
For women, the source of pain can be related to issues within the reproductive, urinary, or digestive system. The pain can be mild or extreme and last for days or months. It can also occur only in particular situations, for instance, during sexual intercourse. The pain can also be felt on your thighs, lower back, and buttocks.
Pelvic pain may be connected to various conditions. When it suddenly attacks, it can be a case of acute pain. Here are some of the common causes.
Chronic pelvic pain may be more intense and can last for over six months. Here are some of the common causes.
It’s best to see a healthcare professional when you experience recurring pelvic pain to ensure proper diagnosis.
Dealing with chronic pain conditions through physiotherapy requires guidance from healthcare professionals in various disciplines. This includes your physician and a physiotherapist.
Physiotherapy, as a practice, requires years of formal education and professional experience. Physiotherapists are experts in pain management and can help patients feel relief from pelvic pain.
Physiotherapy programs for pelvic pain are not only for women who have recently given birth. Men can also undergo treatments and are welcome to visit a physiotherapy clinic anytime. Among treatments you can expect during your sessions are postural exercises, breathing techniques, and pelvic floor manual therapy.
Pelvic floor muscles tighten when a person experiences pain. They need to be relaxed to encourage blood flow and ultimately reduce the pain. The combination of breath work and manual therapy can help release these tight muscle areas.
At One to One Wellness, we have pelvic floor physiotherapists who can work with you in evaluating, treating, and restoring the normal function of your pelvic floor area. Break free from pelvic pain, book your initial appointment with a physiotherapist today.