Monday to Friday : 9am – 8pm
Saturday : 10am – 7pm
Sunday : 10am – 6pm
What do we treat or offer?
My mission is to help active people return to their favorite activity after an injury without the need of unneccessary medication, injection, and surgery.
You receive direct access to a Doctor of Physical Therapy who can diagnose and treat majority of injuries/pain of the muscles, joints, and nerves throughout the body without the need of a physician referral.
We can help any musculoskeletal injury that does not require immediate surgery and we have more than 10 years of experience working in this field.
The majority of our patients are very motivated to return to their active lifestyle and want to spend quality time with family/friends. Our clients value their health and want the best care. Our wellness aspect also focuses on prevention of possible injuries, strengthening and conditioning, etc. We also specialize in Pelvic health, especially focusing on our female clients.
What is "Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy"?
A pelvic health physical therapist is able to assess the musculoskeletal system and treat the body as a whole. We provide Pelvic Health Physical Therapy in Tracy, CA., and we believe in treating our patients with full respect and addressing all their needs to help them recover safely. Females, especially who are athletes, mothers, wives, etc., need to pay close attention to their pelvic floor function so they can avoid possible surgery or other complications in the future.
Why does no one talk about the silent pelvic floor pain and dysfunction epidemic?
Majority of the people assume that Kegel exercises are the only treatment options a Physical Therapist can provide and unfortunately most patients are performing them incorrectly on their own, which can potentially worsen their condition.
Do I need a referral from my doctor?
What will the first visit consist?
The first visit usually will consist of detailed interview. If they patient feels comfortable and gives the approval, an external exam will be performed followed by an internal exam, which gives even more specific and detailed assessment of the problem. The muscle layers, nerve, ligaments, tendon, and alignment can be properly assessed with a internal exam. Based on all the findings a proper action plan is put together that fits the patients need.
It will take at least 4-6 sessions to get true results if the patient is consistent with their home program and follow up with their Physical Therapist on weekly basis.
What is urinary incontinence?
What does "Pelvic Floor dysfunction" really mean?
What is "Pelvic Organ Prolapse"?
What is biofeedback?
Electrodes can be placed externally or a sensor is placed internally, as needed, for proper reading. The amount of activation in your muscles is displayed on the biofeedback unit and helps us better understand the problem.
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