Fertility Treatment in Green Bay

What is Fertility Physical Therapy?

Physical therapy is a cost effective and non-invasive treatment option for infertility. Physical therapy has been proven to help reduce mechanical causes of infertility such as fascial adhesions and painful intercourse through various manual therapy techniques and self- management strategies. At Inspirit, our therapists also assist in addressing the emotional roadblocks associated with infertility and are here to address your mental needs as well as physical.

How effective is fertility physical therapy?

The effectiveness of pelvic floor physical therapy in reducing mechanical infertility has been demonstrated through manual therapy and self-management strategies. Inspirit Physical Therapy’s certified physical therapists are trained to improve scar tissue mobility and reduce adhesion restriction using myofascial and scar mobilizations. Visceral and fascial mobilization techniques can be used by your physical therapist to improve blood flow and lymphatic drainage. Our physical therapists can also help you with exercises such as diaphragmatic breathing and proper use of vaginal deflators to increase your intercourse tolerance. The use of pelvic floor physical therapy, which is one of the most common causes of infertility, has been shown to improve symptoms and reduce pain associated with endometriosis and PCOS.

Inspirit Physical Therapy encourages you to consult a multidisciplinary team for help with your infertility. You will need to work closely with your doctor, counselors, and therapists to overcome any obstacles you face in trying to conceive. Our physical therapists will be there to support you in any way that you need.

Treatment

Many couples who are trying to conceive can find infertility a difficult topic. IVF and IUI are the most common treatments. They are costly, less than half as effective and can have devastating side effects. Many who are going through infertility struggles may not realize that physical therapy can help. I’d like to share some information about how physical therapy can help and offer an alternative to traditional infertility treatments.

In some cases, manual physical therapy can reverse female infertility. This includes women who have fallopian tubes occluded, endometriosis or hormone dysregulation and polycystic-ovarian syndrome (PCOS).

Integrated physical therapy techniques can be used to improve infertility. Clear passage, visceral manipulation and manual techniques are some of the techniques used in a physical therapy session. These techniques can be used to reduce mechanical blockages, increase soft tissue structures, and restore normal physiologic movement. To facilitate mobility, each person will be able to use the techniques described above.

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I have thanked God over and over for the high quality of care, compassion, knowledge, and experience Eliza brings to the field of pelvic pain!! What a literal relief not to be left out in a sea of overwhelming pain and dysfunction 🙂 Thank you!!!

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About 12 years ago, I hit a brick wall with my health. Answers were not being given until I connected with Inspirit Therapy. I am forever thankful for the work they did for me. It changed my physical health in many ways!

BIOFEEDBACK
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CANCER REHABILITATION PROGRAM
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ELECTRICAL MUSCLE STIMULATION
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FERTILITY TREATMENT
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INTEGRATIVE DRY NEEDLING
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IONTOPHORESIS
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IASTM
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LASER THERAPY

LYMPHEDEMA THERAPY
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MASSAGE THERAPY
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MOBILITY STRETCH (MOST)
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PHYSICAL THERAPY
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POTS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
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PREGNANCY & POSTPARTUM REHABILITATION PROGRAM
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REFLEXOLOGY
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