Bladder & Pelvic Health

Experienced physical therapists with advanced pelvic care training work in cooperation with your physicians  to treat bladder problems, incontinence, pelvic pain, abdominal weakness, low back pain, postpartum needs, bowel dysfunction and more.

Struggling with pain in your lower back or pelvis? Have pain when urinating or during intercourse? There could be many reasons, but one often overlooked is pelvic floor dysfunction. The “pelvic floor” is a group of muscles forming a sling across the pelvis. These muscles and surrounding tissues keep pelvic organs (bladder, uterus, and rectum) in place so that they can function properly. Problems with one or more pelvic organs can occur when the muscles or tissues become weak or tight. In fact, one in five Americans will suffer from pelvic floor dysfunction.

Your team has extensive training and experience and use the most advanced techniques and technology. Your needs and wishes will help shape the treatment plan and goal.

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Erin Lamb
Pelvic Rehabilitation
(616) 394-3706
Western Michigan Urological Associates
(616) 392-1816