(619) 894-6884

at PUSH San Diego 4002 Park Blvd, Suite E San Diego CA United States 92103

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Pelvic Floor Therapy

Specialized physical therapy for pelvic floor, pelvic structures, and abdominal conditions.  
We treat all the following: abdominal pain, pelvic floor dysfunction, pelvic pain,  bladder issues, pelvic prolapse, hip pain and tailbone issues. We also treat pre and postpartum conditions, such as recovering from c-section or birth trauma, and postural re-education and residual diastis recti (abdominal separation) after the birth of the baby, pubic bone or SI pain.

 

Pelvic Steam

Pelvic steaming, is a practice where the warmth of herbal steam permeates the exterior of the pelvic floor.

Pelvic steams have been found to:

  • Significantly reduce pain in the pelvic floor.​

  • Increase fertility, especially when combined with pelvic floor physical therapy and visceral manipulation.

  • Speed healing and tone the reproductive system after birth.​

  • Assist with the repair of a vaginal tear, episiotomy, or C-section scar.

  • Assist with the healing of hemorrhoids.

  • Ease symptoms of menopause including dryness or pain during intercourse.​

  • Release stored emotions and tap into the energy that is our creative potential.

Sauna Bowl
Mother Breastfeeding Baby

Mammary Blocked Duct Treatment

In the urgency of this issue - please text your name and address at 773-771-8906 so it can be treated ASAP.

Blocked ducts are associated with breast engorgement and may result in a localized tender breast lump or area of blushed color; the breast may feel hot; and there may be a white, painful bleb on the end of the nipple. There is generally a lack of constitutional symptoms, although a low-grade fever is not uncommon in cases that are not diagnosed as mastitis. These complications may result in making lactation painful and difficult, thus endangering the proper nutrition of the baby. This can also cause anxiety and frustration to both the parent and child; and the person/parent may choose to discontinue breastfeeding, which typically exacerbates the problem.  

I will treat with ultrasound and teach a self massage.  Keep nursing or pumping.  Most patient's have relief after the first treatment session, some patient's may need 2 sessions. 

 
 

Where to find a Pelvic Floor PT

RESOURCES

Pelvic Floor and Abdominal Physical Therapy Specialists

San Diego Birth Network

Postpartum Health Alliance