Pelvic Floor Disorders Can Affect Your Quality of Life. Let Us Help.


What Are Pelvic Floor Disorders?

The pelvic floor is a set of muscles that support the pelvic organs. Sometimes the muscles weaken or sustain an injury, resulting in pelvic floor disorders, such as overactive bladder or incontinence. Both women and men have pelvic floors.

What is pelvic floor physical therapy?

Pelvic floor physical therapy helps patients regain control of these muscles, just as traditional PT might help someone recovering from a shoulder or knee injury.

What conditions does pelvic floor physical therapy treat?

Some conditions treated by pelvic floor physical therapy include:

If you’re currently seeing one of our board-certified urologists, discuss whether pelvic floor PT might make sense for your condition. For non-GBU patients, you can still receive pelvic floor physical therapy as long as you have a doctor’s referral. Your quality of life matters. Let us help!

"Pelvic floor PT has improved my symptoms and given me hope that I can beat my health problem -- or at least keep it to where it's manageable. Alicia is the most knowledgeable, kind and attentive medical professional I've ever met!"

"I cannot say enough good things about Dr. Johnson and her staff! She never makes me feel rushed at my appointments and she truly cares and listens to what I have to say."

"I felt positive results after the first few visits, and left with a full recovery after a little over 3 months! Dr. Thomas-Jeffrey was extremely helpful and friendly throughout the entire process, along with the rest of the staff that assisted me with scheduling and payments. I would certainly recommend this location for anyone in need of pelvic floor PT!"

"The care is superb. The knowledge of urologic issues faced by patients is remarkable. The appointment process is superb and the scheduled times are kept. The welcome process is immediate and all personnel are friendly, helpful and efficient. The listening skills of the physicians and associates is always present. Our physician accepts phone calls and returns calls. We are pleased with Greater Boston Urology in Dedham."

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