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Physical Therapy Session

PELVIC FLOOR PHYSICAL THERAPY

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy in Whitefish, Montana 
Pelvic floor dysfunction can occur in men, women, and children.    

The common conditions Sierra treats with pelvic health physical therapy include:

  • Pre-natal 

  • Pregnancy related pain/preparing for labor and delivery 

  • Pubic symphysis dysfunction 

  • Post partum recovery 

  • Diastasis rectus abdominus 

  • C-section recovery/scar management 

  • Pelvic organ prolapse 

  • Urinary incontinence 

  • Fecal incontinence 

  • Pelvic/vaginal pain 

  • Pelvic nerve injuries 

  • Endometriosis 

  • Prostate inflammation/cancer 

  • Urinary urgency and frequency 

  • Interstitial cystitis 

  • Constipation 

  • Irritable bowel syndrome 

  • Aging changes 

  • Menopause changes 

  • Vaginismus 

  • Vulvodynia/vestibulitis 

  • Dyspareunia (painful sex) 

  • Low back, hip, abdominal, tailbone, and pelvic pain 

  • Post-trauma recovery 

What does pelvic health physical therapy entail? 

Sierra’s assessment will address more than a few systems. She will begin by asking you questions about how symptoms have started and progressed, any medical/surgical history, and anything else that may be relevant for your health and goals.  

Then she will conduct a movement screen of spine, hip, knee, and ankle mobility, visceral/abdominal mobility, balance, leg and core strength. She will analyze any findings and discuss pertinent anatomy. She will go over the details of a pelvic floor assessment, what nerves, muscles, and ligaments are assessed and how these may be implicated in your history.  

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After completing the assessment she will address any tissue or movement restrictions, establish a home program of exercises or stretching specific to your limitations, and educate you on any life style changes that may be recommended to reach your goals. You will work together to design a plan tailored to you.  

 

Sierra Crockford began treating pelvic health in 2019. She has helped men, women, and children with many diagnoses and it is her goal to ensure a comfortable, safe, and educational environment to help you navigate and advocate for your quality of life and overall health. She avidly pursues advanced continuing education courses to continue to improve her knowledge and has taken courses related to female, male, and pediatric pelvic health, pregnancy/post partum recovery, visceral mobilization, dry needling, functional manual therapy techniques, and functional movement assessment.  

Further questions about Sierra’s treatment approach? Check out Snow Ghost Physical Therapy on youtube

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