Practice Location: 1634 Avenue of the Cities
Moline, Illinois 61265-4860
Phone : 563-940-2481
Fax     : 866-761-7464
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  • Pelvic Physical Therapy and Lymphedema Services at Beth Shelly PT:
    • Pelvic floor dysfunction
      • Underactive pelvic floor muscle – weakness, incontinence, prolapse, male and female
        • Specific PFM strengthening with and without biofeedback (EMG, pressure)
        • Proper abdominal muscle contraction, lifting
        • Bladder, bowel training
        • Electrical stimulation
      • Overactive pelvic floor muscle – spasm & pain (levator ani, vaginismus, vulvodynia, dyspareunia)
        • Complete evaluation of primary & secondary musculoskeletal pelvic dysfunction
        • Treatment of joint dysfunction – lumbar, SI, pubic, coccyx, hip
        • Exercise for pelvic muscles to stretch and strengthen
        • Manual techniques to scars and tight tissues – pelvis, vagina, rectum – internal and external
        • Vaginal dilators
        • Pain reducing modalities – TENS, HP, CP, US
        • Education on self management
      • Incoordination – Obstructed defecation, urinary retention
        • Similar to supportive dysfunction
        • Biofeedback – EMG
        • Visceral dysfunction – Endometriosis, interstitial cystitis, abdominal adhesions
        • Pain reducing modalities
        • Exercise to increase functional activity level
    • Swelling management and lymphedema
      • Manual lymphatic drainage
      • Multilayer compression bandages
      • Pneumatic, gradient, sequential pump
      • Measurement and fitting of compression garments
      • Patient education on self care
      • Orthopedic, peripheral vascular, wounds and lymphedema
    • Obstetrical physical therapy
      • Prenatal and postpartum musculoskeletal pain (sciatica, low back, pubic symphysis, neck, wrist – carpal tunnel syndrome)
        • Therapeutic exercise to stretch tight muscles
        • Manual stretching of specific muscle spasms
        • Joint mobilization
        • Heat packs
        • Education on body mechanics, posture and self care
        • Support binders and straps
      • High risk OB
        • Pain treatment as above
        • Establish maintenance exercise program