Bowel Disorders

Bowel disorders range from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and constipation to gastroparesis. Each type presents differently, so it requires a detailed physical therapy assessment to create an effective program. Most individuals present with abdominal pain, bloating, or general stomach discomfort. Specialized physical therapy helps regulate the nerve signaling to the gut in order to normalize bowel movements. The combination of myokinesthetics and electrical micro-current point stimulation target the primary area of dysfunction. So, using effective specialized home programs will begin to strengthen and provide stability in the abdominal and pelvic floor muscles. Also, intestinal massage can be highly effective as a home program when trained by a physical therapist.  All 3 methods will provide optimal results for regaining normal organ function.

Relief from Chronic Low Back Pain with Spinal Rotation Exercises

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Are you looking for relief from chronic low back pain? You may be able to find relief with the help of spinal rotation exercises! Chronic low back pain can occur for multiple reasons. Sometimes there is a lack of movement in the low back. Sometimes the range of motion is too great. Here are a …

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How Physical Therapy Can Alleviate Headaches Successfully

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We’ve all experienced a headache from time to time due to stress, lack of sleep, or before we’ve had our morning coffee. However, what happens when a sudden headache becomes a chronic migraine or begins to affect other areas of our everyday life? It’s essential to understand the cause of chronic neck pain or a …

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3 Systems Vital to Your Health | Top 5 Things You Need to Know about EDS

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If you suffer from anxiety, stress, or often feel that you’re in a state of fight or flight, you are not alone! This happens when at least 1 of the 3 systems vital to your health is not working like it should. You have almost certainly experienced this if you have EDS or other chronic …

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