Pelvic Health

Don't let Pelvic Health Disorders slow you down. 

Contrary to popular belief, pelvic health disorders such as bladder leakage and pelvic pain are not typical signs of aging! It is often a taboo or embarrassing topic to bring up, but millions of women of all ages suffer from one or both of these issues and never seek medical attention. Physical therapy is an option to help decrease urinary incontinence and relieve pelvic pain after surgery, child birth, trauma, menopause, or signs and symptoms that have occurred for no reason at all. 

There is a support system waiting to help you take the next step. 

Our Sports Plus Locations provide:

  • Professional Skilled Therapists
  • A Relaxed and Friendly Environment
  • A Private and Secure Room
  • Convenient Sports Plus Locations
  • Over 40 Years of Experience in Women’s Health

The most common Women’s Health diagnoses include:

  • Urinary Incontinence (stress, urge, mixed)
  • Pelvic Pain
  • Dyspareunia (pain with intercourse)
  • Pain during and after pregnancy
  • SI Joint Dysfunction
  • Interstitial Cystitis

Women’s Health Physical Therapy treatment may include:

  • Therapeutic exercise with biofeedback assistance or neuromuscular electrical stimulation
  • Modalities for pain control
  • Bladder training
  • Manual joint mobilization
  • Relaxation training
  • Vaginal weight training

LIft Therapy
101 Walk Plaza
Jackson, TN. 38301
731-421-6950

Sports Plus Rehab Center- North
85-B Stonebrook
West Town Commons
Jackson, TN. 38305
731-664-7060

Sports Plus Rehab Center- Milan
14075R South First Street
Milan, TN. 38358
731-686-2010

Sports Plus Rehab Center-Dyersburg
1700 Woodlawn Ave.
Dyersburg, TN. 38024
731-286-1115

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