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What is my pelvic floor?

Each person has a pelvic floor, and it is the bottom of the core. The pelvic floor is comprised of muscles and ligaments that help support the bladder, rectum and male/female reproductive organs. It also is directly connected to your breathing pattern, jaw and actively involved in every step you take and all movement.

What should I expect at my evaluation?

How can scar tissue after birth or trauma affect me?

We will talk about all of your concerns and symptoms. We will go through your past medical, surgical and social history, as well as anything else you would like to share with Dr. Jen. We will look at your posture, balance, walking, movement and breathing patterns, and how any scar tissue may be impacting your muscle function. 

The pelvic floor exam will only be to your comfort level. We will begin with a gentle external exam and move into an internal exam only if you are comfortable to assess pelvic floor muscle tone, strength, contraction and function.  Many times, the jaw and tongue play an import role due to neurological connections in pelvic floor treatment.  The evaluation looks at your whole body, as everything is interconnected. You are fearfully and wonderfully made, and your whole story matters in healing. 

Dr. Jen sees men, women and children for pelvic floor issues. 

We welcome all of your questions and provide education through each step, so you are confident of how to help yourself feel and move better. 

Meet Indi...

"Indi" is Dr. Jen's new INDIBA CT9.  INDIBA® therapy uses groundbreaking technology based on a fixed radiofrequency of 448kHz.  Treatment with INDIBA® stimulates tissue repair and is non-invasive.  Combined with manual therapy or other treatments, this technology has resulted in faster recovery from injuries and improved lives. 

INDIBA® achieves the listed biological results by using its precise frequency of 448 kHz:

  • Provides analgesic effect

  • Increases volume and intensity of deep blood flow within the body

  • Increases the delivery of oxygen and nutrients

  • Increases tissue temperature

  • Increases metabolism

  • Manages inflammation

  • Normalizes cell function restoring cell membrane potential

  • Achieves ionic balance

  • Stimulates stem cell proliferation (*in vitro studies)

As a pelvic health specialist, Dr. Jen can use this tool to treat:

  • Recent and Olders Cesarean Scars

  • Neuropathic Perineal Pain

  • Diastasis Recti

  • Recurrent Vaginal/Urinary Infections

  • Chronic Vulvar Perineal Scar

  • + More

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