Pregnancy can result in a substantial amount of physical changes as your body grows and adapts to carry new life. At Inner Dynamics Physical Therapy, we want to help make this monumental time of your life as easy of a transition as possible.
 
 
 
 
Pelvic physical therapy during the prepartum and postpartum stages can treat the potential discomfort and difficulties that emerge.
 
 
 
Prepartum dysfunctions commonly seen include low back pain, lower extremity pain, hip tightness, pelvic girdle pain, urinary leakage, swelling and difficulty with overall mobility. Interventions can also be used prepartum to improve the delivery process by preparing the perineal region for birth.
 
Postpartum concerns commonly seen include low back pain, perineal pain, C-section scar pain, urinary or fecal leakage, difficulty resuming activities such as exercising, sex or household chores, and core weakness. A pelvic physical therapist can manage and reduce your physical symptoms by addressing postural changes, body mechanics, strength impairments and muscle tissue changes related to your concerns. Some new mothers notice after giving birth a thinning or separation of the abdominal wall called a diastasis recti abdominis that can be addressed with a pelvic physical therapist as well. Throughout all stages, we will perform a musculoskeletal examination to identify what structures are affected  by your symptoms, and then devise an individualized treatment plan to help you improve your daily function and restore your overall well-being.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Common problems treated at our office:
Low back pain
Hip and groin pain
Diastasis recti
Lower extremity pain
Urinary or fecal incontinence
Perineal pain
Caesarean Scar Pain
Vulvodynia
Sacroiliac pain
Blocked milk ducts
Pubic symphysis pain
Episiotomy scarring
Vaginismus
Pain with intercourse
Coccyx pain
Sciatica
Weakness
 
  
 
 
 
At Inner Dynamics Physical Therapy, we take a full body approach. We decipher, not only what is causing your current discomfort, but also why it developed, and how we can prevent it from returning in the future. We look at your overall strength, endurance, mobility, coordination, and so forth, in order to improve your quality of life.  We have highly qualified doctor of physical therapy clinicians that perform an initial evaluation to determine an effective, individualized plan of care to address your primary concerns. Your first visit will start by discussing your past medical history and your current symptoms in order to have a better understanding of how your pelvic pain affects your day to day functions. A thorough examination and assessment will be performed to determine the optimal treatment approach by determining the musculoskeletal and neuromuscular origins of your pain. We understand you are visiting our office due to the discomfort and pain you have been experiencing so we try to make our initial evaluation and follow up visits as comforting as possible with a nurturing approach. Your physical therapist will take the time to discuss all the findings throughout the exam and how we can work together to restore your well-being.
 
 
 
 
Pelvic physical therapy can play an intricate role in reducing pelvic pain and dysfunction in order to restore a more functional and improved quality of life. Call for your initial evaluation at 732-508-9926.
 
  
 
 
Located at:
1300 St Hwy 35
Plaza 2, Suite 102
Ocean, NJ 07712
 
 
They also have a Toms River location:
167 Route 37 West
Suite 2
Toms River, NJ 08755
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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