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Pelvic Health

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Pelvic Health Physical Therapy: serving patients throughout Montana

Pelvic health therapy is intended for both men and women who experience pain, weakness, or other symptoms related to their pelvic floor musculature. Addressing this often untreated area can be LIFE CHANGING. Speak with one of our pelvic health specialists to learn more on how you can get your life back.


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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Pelvic Floor Dysfunction?
Pelvic floor dysfunction is the inability to correctly coordinate or activate pelvic floor muscles. Symptoms often include constipation, urine or stool leakage, and/or frequent urination.
Who Needs Pelvic Health Physical Therapy?
Patients come to Lone Peak for pelvic health therapy to address a wide variety of pelvic floor issues, some common conditions including pelvic pain, urinary incontinence, and pregnancy-related issues. Often referred to as Women’s Health, we believe that men and women can equally benefit from pelvic health therapy and our Physical Therapists offer treatment of pelvic health issues where each visit is based on each patient’s unique individual needs. The team at Lone Peak is committed to helping patients move better, feel better, and live better. 

What areas does Lone Peak Physical Therapy serve?
Lone Peak offers physical and occupational therapy services at multiple locations throughout Montana— with offices in Big Sky, Bozeman, Belgrade, Butte, Billings, and Four Corners. We have a specialized pelvic health therapist based in Bozeman to address and enhance Pelvic Health for our Bozeman patients who are treated in a state-of-the-art Bozeman clinic located conveniently in Ferguson Farms. 
Do You Prenatal or Postpartum Care?
Yes! If you’re facing prenatal aches and pains, postpartum pain, or urinary incontinence, our specialists can help. You don’t have to live with these issues — they can range from annoying to downright painful, and PT has been proven to help. 
Do you have job openings for Pelvic Health Physical Therapists?
If you are a doctor of physical therapy looking for a job in Bozeman, we look forward to hearing from you! For the latest job postings for Physical Therapists, please visit our Employment page which is kept up to date with the latest open positions in our clinics throughout Montana.


Learn more from our pelvic health blog posts:

Prenatal Support Teams 

The Olympic Preparation of Pregnancy

Emotional Support Resources

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