Myofascial Release Therapy for Pelvic Floor Dysfunction and Related Issues
Body Restoration Physical Therapy is a unique physical therapy practice on Long Island. We offer pelvic floor physical therapy to residents of Nassau county, Suffolk county, and Queens. Our physical therapy practice is conveniently located in Roslyn Heights.
At Body Restoration Physical Therapy, we specialize in treating all women’s and men’s health related issues revolving around pelvic floor dysfunction. We use manual techniques to release muscles, nerves, trigger points, and fascial tissue. Pelvic floor dysfunction includes any condition that centers around the genito-urinary tract, lower gastro-intestinal system or the coccyx; many types of pelvic floor dysfunction benefit from physical therapy.
You don’t have to “just live with” pelvic floor dysfunction
We can achieve results for our patients who have been dealing with painful and debilitating conditions without relief. Many have tried other therapies, have been told there’s nothing that can be done about their condition, or that it is normal. There is nothing normal about living with pain or dysfunction on a daily basis. Many of our patients have been told that their condition is “something that happens,” or worse, that it’s “all in your head.” In many instances, it actually is all in their fascia.
“Strolling Under the Skin” by J.C. Guimberteau
Fascia is a type of connective tissue that surrounds muscles or groups of muscles, blood vessels and nerves. This tissue binds some structures together and allows others to move freely. There are several types of fascia, each serving a different function. Over the course of years of wear and tear, illness or injury, fascia can become limited in motion for a variety of reasons.
Dr. Lauradonna D’Antoni uses the John F. Barnes approach to Myofascial Release to restore normal movement to these connective tissues, providing improved function and pain relief. Pelvic floor dysfunction is not “just something to live with”. At Body Restoration Physical Therapy, we safely and effectively treat residents of the Long Island area living with pelvic floor dysfunction and associated conditions.
Patient treatment also includes patient education, home exercise programs, and an approach to healthier living if necessary. At Body Restoration Physical Therapy, we take pride in helping our patients to live healthier, more fulfilling and pain free lives. Where other failed treatments or disappointing specialist visits have left them with no hope, we can help.
What is considered a condition of the pelvic floor, or pelvic floor dysfunction?
Some of the conditions we can successfully treat here at Body Restoration Physical Therapy include irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), urinary urgency, vaginismus, urinary frequency, post partum complications, overactive bladder (OAB), coccyxdynia, infertility in both men and women, pelvic pain, prostadynia, prostatitis, constipation, incontinence, vestibulitis, vestibulodynia, vulvodynia, sexual dysfunction, pudendal nerve injury, levator ani dysfunction, pelvic floor dysfunction, painful bladder syndrome or interstitial cystitis (IC), prolapse of the bladder, uterus, or the rectum and scar tissue from breast surgery or prostate surgery.
Click the link at the bottom of this page, or use the menu above to view a glossary of terms related to conditions of the pelvic floor and their treatments.
Can Myofascial Release therapy help you?
Many patients on Long Island have found relief through Body Restoration Physical Therapy’s unique approach to physical therapy. Click here to read definitions of some of the medical terms and diagnoses related to the pelvic floor and to see if Body Restoration Physical Therapy can help you.
Want to learn more? Johns Hopkins University explains why muscle pain may actually be because of myofascial dysfunction.
“I have been a patient of Dr. D’Antoni for three months. She has properly diagnosed a condition from which I have had constant pain, and none of the other health care practitioners even mentioned this condition. During the treatment you are very relaxed. She then asks how you are feeling and gives you exercises to do at home. At the next session she goes over them to assure you are doing them properly. You feel very comfortable in her surroundings. I would recommend her as a provider on a scale of 1-5, a 5.” – Cheryl, Bellmore