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Our Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy addresses dysfunction in the pelvic floor

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Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

At SportsMed, we strive to make our patients feel comfortable and work alongside them to help achieve their goals. Our staff specializes in various conditions and is here to assist with all your physical therapy needs.
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What can Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy help with?

Dysfunction in Pelvic floor muscles can cause problems with bowel, bladder functions, sexual dysfunction, vaginal pain, coccyx (tail bone) pain, and pelvic organ prolapse. Regardless of your age or gender, you can benefit from pelvic floor therapy if you’re dealing with chronic pain, recovering from childbirth, or managing a pelvic health condition.

Some conditions that can be improved with pelvic floor physical therapy are:

  • Urinary problems 
  • Urinary leakage  
  • Urinary frequency 
  • Urinary urgency 
  • Painful urination 
  • Interstitial cystitis (IC) 
  • Difficulty stopping or starting urinating 
  • Difficulty fully emptying the bladder 
  • Sexual dysfunction 
  • Pelvic organ prolapse
  • Pelvic pain   
  • Pain in the genital and/or rectum 
  • Lower abdominal pain 
  • Pain or dysfunction during pregnancy or postpartum 
  • Postoperative care 
  • Pediatric incontinence or constipation 

What does Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy entail?

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapists addresses dysfunction in the pelvic floor muscles externally and/or internally, while working with biomechanical alignment, breathing, and posture to address the body as whole. Prescription of exercises depends on the symptoms requiring relaxing, lengthening and strengthening of the muscles. 

Each SportsMed Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy session includes 1-on-1 sessions with our Certified Pelvic Floor Physical Therapists. Sessions last 45-60 minutes and take place in private treatment rooms.

Meet SportsMed's Pelvic Floor Physical Therapists

Shawna Poltricitsky, PT, DPT, OCS, PCES

Shawna Poltricitsky, PT, DPT, OCS, PCES

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist

Shawna received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) at Rutgers University, and completed her Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) resistance from Professional Physical Therapy/New York Institute of NY. Shawna completed her Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy training through the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute and is a Certified Pregnancy and Postpartum Exercise Specialist (PCES). She has also received clinical training from St. Augustine University, University of Southern California, New York Institute of Technology, as well as training in Mulligan Concept manual therapy.

In addition to treating common female pelvic floor conditions and concerns, Shawna also treats pediatric conditions (external only) as well as male patients.

Shawna has always had a love of movement. When Shawna is not treating in the clinic, you’ll find her surfing at the nearest beach. She also enjoys hiking, yoga, weightlifting, and rock climbing.

Shawna shares: “I find joy when my patients can regain their power by finding their functional independence!”

Simran Lund, PT, PPDPT, AIB-VRC

Simran Lund, PT, PPDPT, AIB-VRC

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist and Clinical Director

Simran completed her Bachelor’s of Physical Therapy at Terna Physiotherapy College and her Post-Professional Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Loma Linda University. Simran completed her Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy training through the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute. She also is certified in Vestibular Rehabilitation and Concussion Therapy through the American Institute of Balance.

In addition to treating common female conditions and concerns, Simran also specializes in oncological-related pelvic floor conditions.

Outside of the clinic, Simran is especially fond of yoga, a passion she acquired from her mother and has practiced it since her childhood. Her love of yoga encouraged her to become a Physical Therapist because she wanted to have an in-depth understanding of human anatomy and physiology.

Simran shares: “The most fulfilling part of being a physical therapist is helping my patients and alleviating their pain. Whether it be to help a grandparent lift their grandkids, or an athlete return to playing a sport, it gives me great joy when a patient is able to meet their goals.”

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