The Mayo Clinic Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Program on the Minnesota campus treats pelvic floor disorders and lumbopelvic pain in both men and women and provides pre- and postnatal musculoskeletal care. Physical therapists who specialize in orthopedics and pelvic health will conduct a comprehensive, skilled evaluation and develop an individualized plan of care centered on your goals. Pelvic floor physical therapists work with you to optimize function, restore healthy and functional pelvic floor muscles, and alleviate pain.
Common conditions and diagnoses include:
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Sept. 11, 2021
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation