SULLIVAN, Ind. (WTWO) – Women with pelvic floor dysfunction do not need to suffer in silence any longer. Help is available. This condition can impact women of all ages and Sullivan County Community Hospital’s rehabilitation department is offering therapy to combat this issue.
“The primary type of patient that we treat for pelvic rehab would be patients who’ve experienced stress or urge urinary incontinence,” said physical therapist Amy Pirtle. “Many times it’s in women after childbirth, but that’s not always the case.”
If you would like a consultation or for more information contact Sullivan County Community Hospital’s Therapy Services at (812) 268-4311, ext. 2291 or click here for their website.