Nova Pelvic Health Therapy
Incontinence affects many women and men throughout our lives, whether due to fitness and sports activities, childbirth, hormonal changes or surgery. Pelvic pain that lasts more than 6 months is considered to be chronic and can affect quality of life. We approach pelvic health needs by systematically and comprehensively looking at different body systems, including the urologic, gynecologic, gastrointestinal, neurologic and musculoskeletal to identify and treat the issue.
Our pelvic health therapist, Gail Apte, has earned her terminal degree (ScD in physical therapy) with specialization in pelvic health and has completed Fellowship training in Orthopedics. Gail has been working in women’s health for the past 32 years and is dedicated to improving the quality of life of men and women with pelvic problems.
Our women’s health services include the treatment of pain and discomfort associated with:
Working with your primary and specialty providers, we carefully consider your history and perform a thorough clinical and tissue-specific pelvic examination to determine the best physical therapy approach for managing your pain. Your individualized treatment plan may include:
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