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Don’t be embarrassed! Pelvic floor disorders (PFDs) such as urinary incontinence and pelvic pain associated with such issues as endometriosis or pelvic organ prolapse are very common. But that doesn’t mean they are a normal part of aging.
Today, a wide variety of treatments for PFDs exist. Many of these treatments are available through a physical therapist. Our physical therapists can coordinate your treatment or work with your physician to ensure your success. Some of the conditions our physical therapists treat include:
What Is Biofeedback?Many bodily functions (breathing, blinking, etc.) are involuntary – you do them without realizing it. Biofeedback is the practice of making yourself aware of these involuntary bodily functions and changing them using your mind to control them.
Education is the key component of treatment. After a thorough discussion of your medical history and symptoms, your WakeMed physical therapist will determine the right therapies for you. They have expertise in:
WakeMed Rehab Wake Forest Road*3701 Wake Forest RoadRaleigh NC 27609919-350-4199Fax: 919-878-7669
Miriam Loughry, PT, CFMTA physical therapist for more than 30 years, Miriam’s educational background includes:
*Operates under the license of WakeMed Raleigh Campus.
WakeMed Cary Hospital*1900 Kildaire Farm RoadCary, NC 27518919-350-1985Fax: 919-350-2315
Christi Springfield PT, DPTA physical therapist for 20 years.
*Operates under the license of WakeMed Cary Hospital.
WakeMed North Hospital*Physicians Office Pavilion 10010 Falls of Neuse RoadSuite 009 Raleigh, NC 27614919-350-1508Fax: 919-350-1475
Diedre Queen, PT, MPT, ATC
*WakeMed Physician Practices-Physical Therapy operates as an independent practice.
3000 New Bern Ave.
Raleigh, NC 27610