What is the pelvic floor?
The pelvic floor consists of muscles, tendons, myofascial and ligamentous attachments. Any dysfunction in the pelvic area may result in reproductive, gastro-intestinal and/or uro-genital system symptoms. These systems an be affected by cancer, surgery, pregnancy and other conditions, leading to pelvic pain or other problems that can impact quality of life. Other areas that may contribute to pelvic floor issues involve the spine, pelvis, coccyx and hips.
Burke's Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation Program:
This program features advanced care and management of pelvic floor dysfunction in a supportive, caring environment. Our highly trained staff will work to reduce your pain and symptoms through advanced techniques and an individualized treatment program. Specialists are able to treat a wide variety of conditions including:
Treatments may include manual therapy, pain management, biofeedback, electrical stimulation, strengthening, stretching and patient education and home exercise program.
To participate in the outpatient Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation Program at Burke, you will need a prescription from your doctor. Please have the prescription faxed to the appropriate location. Once received, Burke will contact you to schedule an evaluation with one of our Pelvic Floor Specialists. After the evaluation, a treatment program will be developed based on your individualized needs.
For more information, please call (914) 597-2882 or (914) 597-3850.