Women's Health

Women have unique healthcare needs across the span of their lifetimes that can be positively impacted by physical therapy. Whether you're experiencing musculoskeletal pain during pregnancy or post-menopausal pelvic organ prolapse, turn to Concord Hospital Rehabilitation Services pelvic medicine physical therapists who specialize in Women's Health. Our therapists have extensive training and experience in addressing a wide range of conditions.

Conditions

  • Urinary incontinence
  • Fecal incontinence (also known as accidental bowel leakage)
  • Osteoporosis
  • Pelvic pain and scars
  • Pelvic organ prolapse
  • Post-mastectomy management and lymphedema treatment
  • Pregnancy and post-partum care including treatment for musculoskeletal pain and persistent or recurring blocked milk ducts

What You Can Expect from Evaluation & Treatment

You can expect a thorough evaluation which typically includes a detailed assessment of posture, strength, flexibility, and function. Based on this evaluation, a treatment plan is tailored to your individual needs.

Pelvic Medicine Clinic Offers Interdisciplinary Approach to Women's Health

Our Women's Health physical therapists are members of our Center for Urologic Care Pelvic Medicine Clinic's interdisciplinary team; the team includes urologists and gynecologists, mid-level providers (physician’s assistants and/or nurse practitioners), and behavioral health specialists. Together, they work to help you achieve your highest physical potential.

Patient Feedback

"I would whole-heartedly recommend your services to others. Professional staff (PTs) were exceptionally knowledgeable, skilled, accessible and empathetic. Both listened to me, considered, and prescribed PT exercises that recognized the total scope of my medical and emotional situation."