• Pelvic and core strengthening

    Rosipal Instituter’s specially trained physical therapists provide individualized guidance in what types and how much of each exercise is appropriate for you to gain better control of your pelvis, core, hips and back based on your goals

  • Vaginal dilators

    Dilators start small, progressively increase in size and are designed to aid vaginal stretching. Rosipal Institute’s pelvic physical therapist may utilize dilators as well as train you in self-use at home to achieve your specific goals

  • Biofeedback

    Biofeedback can be used for both strengthening weak pelvic floor muscles (up training) as well as training tight, shortened, overactive pelvic floor muscles to relax (down training).   Biofeedback is defined as “a training technique that enables an individual to gain some element of voluntary control over muscular or autonomic nervous system functions using a device that produces auditory or visual stimuli” (Schwartz 1987)

  • Vaginal weights

    Unique weights inserted vaginally to make pelvic exercises more challenging. Our physical therapists may utilize them as part of your therapy both in office and as part of a thorough home program.

  • Bladder training

    Bladder training is an important form of behavior therapy that can be effective in treating urinary incontinence and frequency. The goals are to increase the amount of time between emptying your bladder and the volume of fluids your bladder can hold. It also can diminish leakage and the sense of urgency associated with the problem. Your pelvic physical therapist provides detailed explanations and instructions if bladder training is deemed beneficial for your unique symptoms.

  • Scar mobilization

    Scar tissue is much stiffer and thicker than the adjacent tissue, and sometimes it can get restricted and bound down to the surrounding tissue. The deeper the scar goes into the body, the more layers of skin, muscle and connective tissue that can get stuck together.  Scar mobilization should be a component of surgical rehab and recovery process to loosen these areas to improve pain and mobility

  • Myofascial release techniques

    Massage and Myofascial Release are safe and very effective hands-on techniques that involve applying sustained pressure into tissue restrictions to eliminate pain and restore motion

  • Joint mobilization

    Manual pressure applied by our specialty trained physical therapist to promote proper alignment of joints in the low back, pelvic symphysis, sacroiliac joints. Joint mobilization can improve range of motion, reduce pain, and improve the mechanics of a joint

  • Ultrasound

    A machine that produces sound waves to provide deep heating to soft tissues in the body. Our pelvic physical therapist may use this modality on tissues including muscles, tendons, joints, and ligaments to promote optimal healing, pain relief and increased tissue flexibility

  • TENS [transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation]

    Electrical stimulation of the skin to relieve pain by interfering with the neural transmission of signals from underlying pain receptors. Rosipal Institute’s physical therapists may utilize this device both in office and as part of your home program is deemed beneficial for your unique symptoms

  • And other physical therapy techniques based on each of your individual symptoms

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