PHYSICAL THERAPY

It’s never normal to pee yourself, according to Dr. Karyn Staples. Incontinence is highly treatable. In as few as three sessions of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy at ProHealth, a man struggling with the aftermath of prostate surgery can develop bladder control. Women who have lost bladder control after childbirth or as they age, also can see success after as few as six sessions.

ProHealth’s Peachtree City physical therapists evaluate issues with incontinence and other pelvic problems. They consider diet, body mechanics, toileting habits, strength of the musculature, and a postural assessment. They achieve dramatic results, which profoundly impact a patient’s lifestyle.

Women experiencing painful sex and other pelvic issues will find compassion, dignity and competence in ProHealth’s physical therapists.