We love the pelvis and we love seeing you get back to what you love to do.
At Indigo Physiotherapy, our pelvic physical therapy team will provide ongoing collaboration with our client's entire care team of choice, including medical doctors, wellness and alternative care providers. Our emphasis is on whole-body, therapeutic approaches in a calming, one-on-one private room for treatments, and large, open studio space for running evaluations, exercise, and a host of classes and support groups to elevate health for all genders, fertility care, prenatal care and pelvic health, and postpartum pelvic health.
Pudendal neuralgia, vulvodynia, vaginismus, painful intercourse/penetration, vestibulitis, dyspareunia, muscle spasm, endometriosis, painful bladder syndrome, general pelvic girdle pain, pelvic floor dysfunction, pelvic congestion, post surgical pain, pudendal nerve entrapment, nerve pain, referred groin and pelvic pain from hip labral tear injury, pelvic pain related to trauma/PTSD/sexual trauma, chronic pelvic pain syndrome, pain from tearing, episiotomy or birth injury, proctalgia fugax, and more.
Sciatica, hip pain, low back pain, shoulder pain with breast feeding, clogged milk duct, posture, core strengthening, planning/modifications and learning what is safe exercise during and after pregnancy, treatment of pain with intercourse post delivery, scar tissue mobilization from tearing or episiotomy, post c-section management of weakness/pain/scar tissue, preparing for labor and birth, general pelvic floor concerns, return to running postpartum, return to sport postpartum, return to lifting postpartum, diastasis recti healing and management both during pregnancy and postpartum, and more.
Pain with intercourse, Peyronie’s Disease, testicular pain, Erectile Dysfunction, pain with sitting or bowel movements, prostate pain, incontinence post prostatectomy, Red scrotum syndrome, ejaculatory pain, dyssynergia of pelvic floor muscles, perineal spasm, scrotal pain, prostatodynia, weak stream, and more.
GENDER AFFIRMING CARE
Gender affirming pre and post operative preparation, scar management, dilating protocols, sexual function and dysfunction topics, general pelvic health, pregnancy, postpartum and more.
Painful intercourse, osteoporosis prevention and management through specialized therapeutic exercise, pelvic floor weakness/incontinence
Dilator therapy for vaginal stenosis/narrowing, breast cancer, uterine cancer, vulvovaginal, colorectal cancer treatment of scar tissue, pain and dysfunction, return to exercise post cancer, axillary cord syndrome, lymphedema management, and more.
Interstitial cystitis, incontinence (fecal and urinary), urinary urge, urinary frequency, stress incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, urinary hesitancy, voiding dysfunctions, cystocele, delayed or hesitant voiding, post-void dribbling, urethrocele, urologic pelvic pain syndrome, dysuria
Urinary incontinence, bowel incontinence, urinary retention related to pelvic floor dysynergia, constipation, constipation or urinary retention due to pelvic floor dyssynergia or neurologic dysfunction, urinary incontinence, frequency of urinary, fecal incontinence, pediatric/young adult sports injuries
Runner’s injuries, return to sport, therapeutic yoga, lumbopelvic alignment, musculoskeletal injuries, childbirth injuries, IT Band syndrome, patellofemoral syndrome, knee pain, hip pain, gait abnormalities, groin strain, loss of bowel/bladder with running, low back pain
Irritable Bowel syndrome, Crohn’s disease/Colitis, constipation, retention, fecal incontinence, incomplete defecation, rectocele, pelvic floor dyssynergia, dyssynergia of pelvic floor muscles, fecal leakage, rectocele, incompetent anal sphincter, abdominal pain, bladder pain syndrome, urge incontinence, bowel hypomotilty/constipation, intra-rectal balloon sensation training (anal-rectal balloon sensation training)
NEUROLOGIC BOWEL & BLADDER DYSFUNCTION
Bowel and Bladder dysfunction and/or altered pelvic pelvic sensation associated with multiple sclerosis, CVA, spinal cord injury, sacral and spinal trauma, dysautonomia, and other conditions affecting the nervous system; alterations in bladder, bowel, or sexual function associated with neurologic conditions such as Multiple Sclerosis, stroke, spinal cord injury, Parkinsons Disease, dysautonomia, and other disorders affecting the nervous system; decreased sensation with bladder filling or urge to have a bowel movement, incomplete emptying of bladder or bowel, Urinary retention, constipation, urinary or bowel leakage , decreased sensation with sexual activity, reduced arousal, pelvic floor muscle dyssynergia
- Myofascial techniques
- Manual therapy: examples include joint mobilization, soft tissue massage, resolution of neural tension
- Techniques to reduce pain and muscle tension: diaphragmatic breathing, mindful meditation, guided imagery, visualization
- Muscle re-training, strengthening, therapeutic exercise, core strengthening
- Downtraining, muscle re-education, graded motor imagery
- Self-care education to promote anatomical knowledge, autonomy in healing and understanding of one’s own diagnosis and prognosis
- Therapeutic yoga and exercise, return to sport/activities
- Peripheral neuromuscular facilitation
- Balance & coordination training, gait training
- Internal and external techniques focusing on the musculoskeletal, neuromuscular, and fascial systems
- Return to run
- Return to sport, return to yoga/mat exercise, return to high level lifting
- High level performing and professional athletes
- Holistic physical therapy practices
- Preparing your body for, during, and recovering from pregnancy and delivery
- Scar tissue mobilization/release
- Visceral mobilization
- Gait analysis, movement analysis