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Core Pelvic PT

We provide education, manual therapy, exercises, and support to those who suffer from pelvic floor dysfunction. Come to one-on-one assessments and follow-up treatments with a Board-Certified Women’s Health Physical Therapist. We treat women, men, and children, ages 4 and up, in a clinic designed to cater to our clients’ needs.

“…there are more women and men coming in for treatment of problems they may have previously thought they’d simply have to deal with.”

“It makes me happy to know that more patients will be trying physical therapy for pelvic floor issues first, because there are a lot of things it can help.

 ~Dr. Julia Salazar, PT, WCS

Symptoms of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Women

Symptoms that could indicate pelvic floor dysfunction include bladder leakage when coughing, sneezing, or jumping; painful intercourse; a heavy or fall-out sensation when standing; and excessive cramping or heavy bleeding during menstruation. More symptoms include: bladder urgency/ frequency, persistent tailbone pain

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Men

Men may encounter pelvic floor problems from prostate gland surgery, being overweight, from heavy lifting, or from a cough that goes on for a long time (such as smoker’s cough, bronchitis or asthma). Symptoms include: constipation, urine leakage, testicle/ groin pain, erectile dysfunction, bladder urgency/ frequency, tailbone pain that won't go away.

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Children

Bed wetting is often associated with pelvic floor dysfunction in children. At CORE Pelvic PT, we treat children ages 4 and-up.

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There’s Physical Therapy for My WHAT?

People don’t think twice when their doctor sends them for PT after a total knee or with shoulder pain. But when your doctor mentions you should see a PT for issues involving your nether region that’s when you throw up your hands in disbelief and walk out of the doctor’s office wondering what can a PT do for me?

What does Board Certified Women’s Health/Pelvic Floor mean?

I get asked all the time what the initials DPT and WCS behind my name stand for. Here’s the answer…

Pain with Intimacy

Our private times with our partners is not normally a topic we discuss freely with others, but what happens when things start to hurt? Who do we talk to? What can be done for it? Is it just “normal part of aging?” Pain with penetration is not “normal” no matter what your age.

Is your pain making it difficult for you to concentrate?

Are you hoping it will just go away but it’s still hurting you?

Call our office right now.

Tel: (509) 279-2867

 

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CORE Pelvic Physical Therapy

Clinic is located at:

1510 N. Argonne Rd., Suite F
Spokane Valley, WA  99212

Tel: (509) 279-2867

Fax: (509) 279-2419

CORE Pelvic PT