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In the health sector, physiotherapists are among the experts in the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders and neuromuscular dysfunctions. In the absence of organ pathology, physiotherapy allows a functional restoration.
In the context of pelvic pain, physiotherapy treatment differs according to the dysfunctions present during the evaluation.
This is a whole body assessment, including an internal pelvic exam (vaginal and / or anal) which determines the level of activity of the affected muscles.

Rehabilitation includes various treatments including:

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- Therapeutic exercises to help normalize the length, strength and function of the muscles,


- Neuro-muscular rehabilitation to teach painless movements and optimize coordination,

- Exercises to correct posture.


- Stretching exercises for the affected muscle groups are an integral part of normalizing posture and joint movement to restore strength and mobility.

- Manual therapy to reduce joint restrictions and normalize muscle activity.

- Soft tissue mobilization and myofascial and connective tissue release are used to improve circulation, restore tissue integrity and reduce neural strains in peripheral nerve branches.

- Self-care management training and education, to teach patients about lifestyle changes that can help minimize and manage their pain.

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