“How to Put an End to Pelvic Pain or Dyspareunia - Without Taking Painkillers, Without Risking Surgery and Without Having to Wait to See the Doctor!”
If you’ve got pelvic pain, pain with intercourse or dyspareunia - it’s very tempting to think that that you are alone in experiencing it, that there must be something wrong with you that no one else has or that you were just born too small “down there”. Or, you pass it off as having not “recovered from having your baby”, or that it’s just a “spasm” or a bit of stiffness that “everyone” your age suffers from...
There’s no obvious reason why it happened - but it doesn’t seem to be shifting!
If that’s happening to you, you’re not alone - and we hear this type of thing all the time. In fact, Pelvic Pain and Dyspareunia are two of THE most common problems that we see in our physical therapy clinic in Falls Church.
And when it comes to living with pelvic pain, every woman we see wants to know
“Why is This Happening to Me?”...
“Why Am I Still Suffering From Pelvic Pain After Putting Up With It For 6 Months (Maybe More)?”
Most women just hope that when they have pelvic pain, it’s just going to go away on its own—that they won’t have to tell anyone about it.
That they’ll wake up one morning and like “magic”, it’ll be as if pelvic pain never happened… But then 6 months later you’re still living with dyspareunia - often even worse than it was when it came on.
Does That Sound Like You?
Another scenario we see all the time in our physical therapy clinic is when women go to the Doctors, and the Doctor tells them to relax and “try these painkillers” and “see how it goes”.
But this is rarely ever the best advice and often 6 weeks later, they end up going back to the Doctor again because it hasn’t got any better. Worse, they’re often given yet another prescription of even stronger pills, and advised to drink a glass of wine (or 3) before intercourse. This is madness and explains why so many women aged 30+ are suffering with chronic pelvic pain.
Has This Type of Thing Happened to You?
Why else does pelvic pain last longer than it should do? Well, it’s easy to get confused because you’ve been told different things, by different people. There’s lots of people out there who are happy to dispense advice - but not all of it is credible.
Maybe you think you’ve always had dyspareunia and assumed that you were just born to be “smaller than normal” – and that there is really nothing to do but try to grin and bear it.
Maybe you think your pelvic pain was caused by doing something – like having a vaginal birth or falling and hurting your tailbone- but really it was caused by no one taking the time to help you “recover” your ability to use the abdominal muscles with the pelvic muscles to prevent the pain.
If you don’t know what you’re doing - pelvic pain can be very confusing and because of this, many women just end up accepting it as ‘part of life’ - as if it’s normal, and ‘just the way it is’.
Do You Feel That Way Too?
If You’re Currently Living With Pelvic Pain, Here’s 7 More Reasons Why It Could Be Lasting Longer Than It Should:
If any of these have happened to you - we would love to help you by inviting you to book a call to talk with one of our physical therapists to find out what can be done to help you. The fact that you’ve tried any or all of these things already is actually a GOOD THING because when you know what doesn’t work - you are closer to finding the thing that does!
Click the link below to book a call with us if you would like to get some solid advice given to you over the phone. The phone call is complementary and there is no obligation to book any appointments with us after the call is over. Our goal is to help you make the right decision about what to do next for the best.
“What Can I Do to Get Rid of MY Pelvic Pain Quickly?”...
Well, here's 4 things you can do:
If you would like to know how the physical therapy team at Nancy Branberg Physical Therapy can help you live with less pelvic pain - we invite you to start with a completely free, no-obligation, risk free appointment at our clinic:
Note: This Free Taster Session is something that we offer to women who are very nervous or skeptical about physical therapy - unsure of its benefits or if it is right for them. If that sounds like you, then please start with a free taster session so that we can work with you to find out what is wrong and what can be done - without any financial risk on your part.
So the next question is:
“How Can Choosing to See a Physical Therapist at Nancy Branberg Physical Therapy Help You Get Rid of Your Pelvic Pain - In the Next Few Weeks?”
Here’s just a few of the things our Physical Therapy team can do for you:
Basically, we can help you get back to living life free from the curse of chronic pelvic pain or dyspareunia
If you want to know what it costs - and what availability we have at our physical therapy clinic in Falls Church, then please just click the button below and complete the short form:
“Find Out How People Just Like You, Came to Nancy Branberg Physical Therapy - and Left Happier and Much Healthier!”
Please enjoy watching stories of other people just like you who came to see the physical therapy team at Nancy Branberg Physical Therapy - and left much healthier and happier:
"Nancy has been a change agent for me. She taught me about the important relationship between the urinary tract and bowels and that helping one improves the health of the other. She taught me exercises which I do daily to improve my need to constantly urinate. Nancy is extraordinarily gentle and effective."
"Nancy is very compassionate about your pain, and is very skilled at releasing painful muscle and myofascial issues. I have had a lot of recurring problems with my SI Joint and pelvic muscles and Nancy has always been willing to keep working on those areas until the pain is resolved."
I haven't looked back since I was referred to Nancy by another physical therapist who said she was the best around for my “gut issues”. She was absolutely right - following rectal cancer and the attendant surgeries, my gut has struggled to behave consistently. Nancy has helped me immeasurably, her visits keeping my abdomen on an even keel.