We are part of the Center for Pelvic Health at the University of Southern California (USC) which provides quality care for men and women with pelvic region dysfunction through both state-of-the-art clinical care and cutting-edge research. Unique to USC, our Center for Pelvic Health addresses both the physical and lifestyle issues associated with pelvic conditions with a patient-centered approach to your recovery.We specialize in physical therapy management of musculoskeletal dysfunctions pertaining to conditions affecting the urogenital system, colorectal system, and the neuro-musculo-skeletal system as a whole.Our goal is to help our patients overcome their specific pelvic health condition. We utilize physical therapy procedures for examination, evaluation and intervention that exhibit best practice standards with evidence of effectiveness through current research literature. Some of these procedures include manual therapy for joint, soft tissue and myofascial mobilization, therapeutic exercise instruction, sEMG biofeedback, behavioral training, and self-management strategies.
The pelvic health program encompasses four areas of care including continence rehabilitation, pelvic pain management, voiding dysfunction management and pre-post natal care. USC offers physical therapy services to treat a number of conditions including:
Continence Rehabilitation• Urinary Stress / Urge Incontinence • Fecal Incontinence • Post-Prostatectomy Incontinence • Post-TURP Incontinence • Post-Bladder Reconstruction • Post-Bladder SuspensionPelvic Pain Management• Pudendal Neuralgia • Non-bacterial Chronic Prostatitis • Coccygodynia (Tailbone Pain) • Genital Pain • Anal / Rectal Pain • Perineal Pain • Urinary / Bowel Voiding Pain • Ejaculatory Pain • Irritable Bowel Syndrome • Post-Operative Pudendal Nerve Decompression
Voiding Dysfunction Management• Urgency / Frequency Syndrome • Nocturia (night wakeups to urinate) • Urinary Hesitancy • Weak Stream • Post-void Dribble • Constipation • Thin / Fragmented Stools • Poor Quality Ejaculation Prenatal and Postpartum Care• Urinary incontinence• Low back pain• Pelvis region pain• Sciatica• Urgency / Frequency Syndrome • Nocturia (night wakeups to urinate) • Postural syndrome• Carpal tunnel syndrome
Our pelvic health physical therapy specialists offer the highest level of care by incorporating current best practices with current literature and clinical expertise to provide customized care for each patient.
Physical therapy for pelvic health is offered at the following location:
1540 Alcazar Street, CHP 155Los Angeles, CA 90089-9006
Phone: (323) 442-2900 Fax: (323) 442-1515