In addition to treatments for typical orthopedic diagnoses like neck and back pain, Koch Physical Therapy offers several specialty services, which you can book online or by phone/text.
Dry Needling can be an excellent treatment option, either on its own or as part of a physical therapy treatment plan, to address myofascial trigger points, tissue restrictions, and pain. Over the years, I have found dry needling to be especially helpful for addressing headaches, neck and shoulder pain, back pain, plantar fasciitis, as well as other musculoskeletal issues.
Pelvic floor therapy is a specialized type of physical therapy that targets dysfunction and pain associated with the bowel, bladder, and other pelvic organs and the surrounding tissues.
Whether your child is experiencing bedwetting, urinary or stool leakage during the day, constipation, or other voiding dysfunctions, physical therapy CAN HELP. Rather than waiting for your child to potentially "grow out" of a bowel or bladder dysfunction, let's address the issue right away with pediatric pelvic floor therapy (including biofeedback training) and avoid any additional undue stress on your child and family.
Many women, regardless of age or if they've had children, experience urinary incontinence: some have leakage whenever they run, jump, cough, sneeze, or laugh, whereas others may experience a sudden urge to urinate and then leak. This may be common, but it is not normal. Also, many women experience pelvic pain with certain activities like OB/GYN examinations, tampon use, sexual intimacy, etc. Pelvic floor therapy can address all of these issues, plus more.
The vast majority of women experience back or pelvic pain during pregnancy and postpartum. Physical therapy can help address many of the changes and pains that occur before and after baby's arrival, whether it's pelvic floor issues, neck and shoulder pain from holding or nursing a newborn, and everything in between.
Fertility is multi-factorial, with the pelvic environment being a significant factor. Physical therapy can address pelvic issues and restrictions, and manual techniques can influence the reproductive organs.
Due to the complexity of these assessments, fertility optimization evaluations are not bookable online; please text/call Koch PT with questions and schedule requests.
Just like any other joint, physical therapy can address many pains and issues associated with the temporomandibular (jaw) joint. Education and skilled hands-on techniques have great success with reducing jaw pain and dysfunction, as well as headaches associated with TMD.