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Pelvic Pain

Pelvic Pain - The Trailhead Pelvic PT Way

Pelvic Pain

Pro-tip:
Movement is a potent painkiller.
Pain does not mean my body is damaged.
Thoughts, emotions, and experiences affect pain.
I can train my overprotective pain system.

Definition of pelvic pain:
Pelvic pain is a pain in the pelvis or from the belly button down. Chronic pelvic pain is pain that has lasted longer than six months.

Potential symptoms of pelvic pain:
Discomfort during sexual activity or while resting; pain when sitting or exercising; back, hip, groin, or tailbone pain; nerve pain or discomfort during urination or bowel movements.

Trailhead Orthopedic and Pelvic Floor Evaluation:
We work to understand what is causing your pelvic pain and its impact on your life. We provide a safe environment and holistic approach to pelvic pain since multiple factors can play a role.

Trailhead Pelvic Pain Treatment:
We will teach you about your condition, provide you with graded exposure strategies, and, importantly, show you how to treat yourself. Our treatment may include manual therapy, neural or visceral manipulation, muscle lengthening, trigger points, breathing, and posture work.

Getting you back to a quality life:
While having pain, our goal is to empower you to manage your pain by yourself. Interestingly, movement has been identified as one of the most potent painkillers. We are here to support you in regaining your confidence to move freely, work, play with your family, and experience a pain-free life.

Examples of whom may we see.
People who fell on their tailbone, who went through trauma, who have sciatica, who suddenly changed how they exercise, who sit for long periods at a time. We may also see people like police officers or workers who wear tight tool belts around their hips.

Contact Trailhead Pelvic & Visceral Physical Therapy to help you with your chronic pain.

Follow the Nio Group for more information on pain: https://www.noigroup.com/
Article: Juganavar A, Joshi KS. Chronic Pelvic Pain: A Comprehensive Review. Cureus. 2022 Oct 26;14(10):e30691. doi: 10.7759/cureus.30691. PMID: 36465795; PMCID: PMC9709590.




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