How can laser therapy help you?
Laser therapy is a non-invasive technique that can reduce pain and inflammation and improve post-activity recovery. Whether your pain is due to a chronic or acute condition, laser therapy can help support the healing process by reducing inflammation.
Laser therapy treatments generally last between 5 and 15 minutes depending on the condition being treated. Laser therapy treatments are administered directly to the skin, as laser light cannot penetrate through layers of clothing. You will feel a soothing warmth as the therapy is administered.
How does laser therapy work?
Depending on the condition being treated your therapy may be administered through either a contact or non-contact hand piece. The contact hand piece is designed to allow the therapist to physically manipulate the tissue while administering the treatment, resulting in a laser-massage treatment. This allows for light to penetrate deeper into tissues than the non-contact hand piece due to its ability to displace tissue through a laser-massage technique.
Patients typically see results after 6 to 10 treatments. Your therapist will customize a treatment plan based on your condition.
Watch the video below to see the LightForce Deep Tissue Laser in action.
Pelvic Floor Rehab
Who is Pelvic Floor Rehab for?
- Urinary Incontinence: Symptoms may be related to both stress and urge incontinence. 26% of women of reproductive age have incontinence. It is far more common than you think.
- Pelvic Pain: Including levator ani syndrome, coccygodynia, and vaginismus. Pelvic pain related to muscle imbalances and falls.
- Pregnancy/post Partum: Pelvic, low back and sacroiliac joint pain, weak pelvic floor, core stabilization, general strengthening/conditioning during pregnancy and post-partum to restore optimal function/strength of pelvic region.
- Education: Basic bladder health, bladder re-training, and lumbopelvic stabilization. Come learn what every woman should know. You do not have to live with pelvic pain or incontinence.
What Should You Expect During A Treatment?
We will examine how the muscles and joints are working in the pelvic region. This may include both external and internal techniques to assess strength, muscle tone, joint position and movement.
You will need a doctor’s referral for an internal pelvic floor evaluation.