Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation
It’s Time to Take Control
Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation is physical therapy aimed at restoring the performance of muscles in the pelvic area. This rehabilitation provides relief to those who have experienced incontinence, pelvic pain, or other issues related to the performance of the bladder or urethra after childbirth.
Why Choose Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation?
PELVIC FLOOR HEALTH
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction encompasses many pelvic disorders ranging from Urinary Incontinence and Overactive Bladder to Pelvic Pain and Sexual Dysfunction. If you are experiencing any of these issues, you are not alone. Recent estimates suggest 1 in 3 women suffer from some form of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction. Up to 57% of females between 35 – 74 years of age experience some form of Urinary Incontinence but less than half seek treatment. Ignoring these symptoms can impose significant lifestyle restrictions, so seeking care and discussing an individualized treatment plan can be an important step to improving your quality of life.
PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE TRAINING
Pelvic Floor Muscle Training is a highly recommended treatment option for Pelvic Floor disorders and considered a more natural approach and alternative to surgery. When patients are diagnosed with a Pelvic Floor Disorder, treatment should start with conservative options. Pelvic Floor Muscle Training involves exercising and strengthening the pelvic floor muscles which support the bladder and the uterus in women. Identifying, isolating, and strengthening this muscle group can help improve mobility and relieve pain. The benefits of this treatment are well documented and the training is individualized for each patient to ensure the best outcomes.
Exclusive Patient Support Line
Dedicated Client Service Representative
ACOG Recomemended rehabilitation
Upfront Benefits Verification
Detailed Patient Bill
Dedicated Patient Service Representative
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is Phytest?
Your doctor has partnered with Phytest to handle the benefits and billing of your pelvic floor rehabilitation services.
Will I have to pay at the time of service?
Phytest will file your claims to your insurance and will bill you for any patient responsibility.
How do I know if my insurance will cover PFR?
Phytest will contact your insurance carrier to verify your benefits for you. We will then notify you via phone within 3 business days.
How do I schedule an appointment for rehabilitation?
All appointments for PFR will be handled directly through your doctor’s office.