Physiotherapist Austin TX – Physical, Manual, Massage Therapist Near Barton Creek


What is pelvic floor physiotherapy?

The pelvic floor muscles are critical to daily functions. They support the pelvic organs, including the bladder, urethra, rectum, anus, prostate, uterus, cervix, vagina, and intestines.

Pelvic floor muscles also contribute to sexual health and function.

Plus, they help stabilize your hips and trunk, especially when walking and standing.

Pregnancy and vaginal birth can weaken these muscles, causing a host of issues, which range in severity from mild pain and discomfort to pelvic organ prolapse.

But it’s not just pregnancy or childbirth that can cause pelvic floor dysfunction. It can also occur with age, menopause, surgery, repeated heavy lifting, prolonged sitting, sexual abuse, or conditions that create pressure on the abdomen, such as excessive weight.

Additionally, certain habits, symptoms, or conditions can contribute to pelvic floor disorders (PFD), such as endometriosis, irritable bowel syndrome, interstitial cystitis, and habitual patterns of avoiding or restricting bowel movements (

What is sports massage therapy?

Sports massage is manual manipulation of the muscles geared specifically toward helping people who have physically demanding lifestyles and/or hobbies. This kind of therapeutic massage considers the impact of certain activities on specific joints, muscle groups, tendons, ligaments, and soft tissue groups.

The conscious focus of sports massage therapy maximizes the benefit of certain massage techniques and supports further physical exertion and activity. An initial assessment is used to create a specially informed massage therapy plan that will meet each individual athlete’s specific needs. (

How does manual therapy work?
Orthopedic manual physical therapy decreases pain and improves mobility by acting as a mechanical stimulus to the tissue that causes transient biomechanical effects and a cascade of neurophysiological responses in the peripheral nervous system, the spinal cord, and the brain
Does physical therapy help arthritis?

Physical therapy (PT) is a promising treatment option for arthritis. Working with a physical therapist can help you manage symptoms, increase mobility, and improve physical function. They'll also teach you specific exercises and techniques that can allow you to move with less pain and greater ease.

PT for arthritis helps ease symptoms and enhance your movement quality. This makes it easier to perform everyday movements.

Usually, PT is part of an arthritis treatment plan that also includes medications, supplements, topical treatments.

A physical therapist will also evaluate your posture, muscle imbalances, and body mechanics. They’ll teach you to improve the way you move to prevent injury, reduce pain, and align your body. (

Which areas of Austin do you service?

We offer physical therapy, physiotherapy, manual and massage therapist treatments to West Lake Hills, Rollingwood, Bee Cave, Tarrytown, Lost Creek, Barton Creek and the rest of Austin TX.

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