Comprehensive Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy in Milwaukee and Delafield

Pelvic floor health is crucial for women, especially during and after pregnancy. At Kinetic Sports Medicine and Performance, we offer specialized Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy services to support women through their unique journeys of pregnancy and postpartum recovery.

With locations in Milwaukee and Delafield, we are dedicated to helping women achieve optimal health and well-being. Let's explore the importance of pelvic floor physical therapy and how it can benefit you.

Understanding Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

Pelvic floor physical therapy addresses various issues related to the pelvic floor muscles, which play a vital role in bladder, bowel, and sexual function.

Common conditions treated include urinary incontinence, painful intercourse, urinary frequency and urgency, diastasis rectus, and pelvic organ prolapse. By treating the whole person and not just the pelvic floor, we can help you live a life free of these inconveniences.

Benefits of Pelvic Floor PT

Benefits of Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy During Pregnancy

During pregnancy, your body undergoes significant changes that can lead to aches and pains.

Our physical therapists can guide you through safe exercises and modifications to keep you active and healthy throughout your pregnancy.

We focus on:

  • Managing Aches and Pains: Addressing common pregnancy-related discomforts to keep you comfortable and active.
  • Exercise Modifications: Providing guidance on how to scale or modify your workouts to maintain fitness safely.
  • Preparation for Postpartum: Helping you prepare for a smooth transition back to daily activities and exercise after giving birth.

Postpartum Physical Therapy: A Crucial Step for Recovery

Postpartum recovery varies for every woman, and our individualized approach ensures that you are physically and mentally ready to return to your desired activities. Our services include:

  • Pelvic Health Concerns: Addressing issues such as leaking, pain, and heaviness without the need for surgery.
  • Exercise and Activity Guidance: Assisting you in safely returning to lifting, running, and other recreational activities.
  • Managing Daily Aches and Pains: Providing solutions for the physical demands of caring for a newborn.

Why Choose Kinetic Sports Medicine and Performance?

At Kinetic Sports Medicine and Performance, our doctors of physical therapy specialize in pelvic floor therapy. We understand that each woman's journey is unique, and we tailor our approach to meet your specific needs.

Our goal is to help you regain control over your body and return to an active, fulfilling life through physical therapy.

Whether you're pregnant, postpartum, or dealing with pelvic floor issues, Kinetic Sports Medicine and Performance is here to support you.

Our Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy services in Milwaukee and Delafield are designed to help you overcome challenges and live your best life.

Schedule an appointment today to discover how we can help you achieve optimal pelvic health.



What is Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy?

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy is a specialized treatment focusing on the pelvic floor muscles, addressing issues such as urinary incontinence, painful intercourse, and pelvic organ prolapse.

How can Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy help during pregnancy?

It helps manage pregnancy-related aches and pains, provides exercise modifications to keep you active, and prepares you for postpartum recovery.

What are common postpartum issues addressed by Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy?

Common issues include urinary incontinence, pelvic pain, diastasis rectus, and general discomforts associated with postpartum recovery.

When should I start Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy?

It can be beneficial to start during pregnancy to address early symptoms and continue postpartum to aid in recovery and return to activities.

What results can I expect from Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy?

Clients can expect reduced pain, improved bladder and bowel control, enhanced sexual function, and a smoother return to physical activities.