Biofeedback Pelvic Physical Therapy
Immediately after the delivery of your child patient should begin pelvic physical therapy. This will reduce the incidence of bladder and pelvic prolapse problems by as much is 80%.
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Hormone-replacement therapy is a treatment for women going through menopause. Symptoms of menopause can vary from moderate to severe, and include a slowed metabolism, hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, depression, memory loss, mood swings, weight gain and low libido.
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Hormones are powerful chemical messengers that play a role in virtually all major bodily systems and functions including your cardiovascular system. A 3 minute cardiovascular assessment will provide valuable information to determine your risk for cardiovascular related disease.
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There are several different types of prolapse depending on which organ is involved if the bladder is dropped into the vagina it is a cystocele. If the rectum is prolapsing into the vagina it is called a rectocele and if the intestinal contents are other abdominal organs are prolapsing it will be called an enterocele.
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