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Physical Therapy for Pelvic Pain. What to expect?. At In Motion Therapy we take pride in our specialized care in the treatment of pelvic pain. This pain could be perineal pain, dyspurenia, vulvodynia, coccygodynia, side effects of endometriosis, post-hysterectomy pain, and pregnancy/ post-partum pain. We also treat urinary and fecal incontinence. What you can expect from your therapy sessions is one-on-one individualized care in a private setting. We spend a significant amount of time looki...
Posted on 2017-04-03
What to Expect at Your Visit to In Motion Therapy (Especially The First One): Before the Appointment: 1. First thing’s first: before you can be treated at our office, we require a doctor’s order. Once we receive that, usually sent via fax from the doctor’s office, we will call you—the patient—to set up an appointment. Also, you will need to provide a valid photo ID and insurance card at the time of arrival.          ...
Posted on 2016-09-21
Your Brain and Pain— Let’s talk about pain. It’s the most common reason people come to see physical therapists. Because their body hurts. But to treat pain, first one must understand it—how it’s processed through the body, and communicated to the self, how that message is then interpreted, and what that all means for recovery…. Pain is a multi-faceted, elusive little creature. It used to be, pain was considered to start at the nerves of injured tissue. Bu...
Posted on 2016-09-15
Movement: It's Magic We’ve all heard it before: too much sitting is bad for your health; try to exercise for at least a half an hour every day; a body in motion tends to stay in motion while a body at rest tends to stay at rest.  Well, there’s good, science-backed, rationale supporting this advice. Too much inactivity produces a greater risk for obesity, high blood pressure, cancer, and heart-related issues. And that’s just to name a few. Worse, it’s also been lin...
Posted on 2016-09-14
What is In Motion Therapy’s Role in Patient Care? It’s expansive, all-encompassing…and tailor-made to each individual who comes through our doors. According to the definition written by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), physical therapists: “…examine each individual and develop a plan using treatment techniques to promote the ability to move, reduce pain, restore function, and prevent disability.” (To read further from the APTA website vis...
Posted on 2016-09-13

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