Dr. Julie Maiers, PT, DPT
somewhat of an unknown to most people, but the benefits of treatment are universal. This is not just for women; men benefit from an evaluation as well. Complete PT is working to help this form of therapy gain traction in the community and we're glad our patients are seeing such positive results.
Click on a link below for more information and call 307-258-9426
to schedule your appointment today!
Women’s Pelvic Health Lecture
Free Learning Session
Come join our skilled Physical Therapist, Julie Maiers, PT, DPT for a free learning session highlighting some of the unique needs and concerns of women. We will offer a practical session where you will learn about favorable posture, good bowel and bladder practice, pelvic floor muscle strengthening and lengthening and how to do the KNACK exercise.
The objective for this free session is to educate and empower women. The female body goes through many physical challenges throughout the lifespan with pregnancies, menopause, surgeries, injuries and stress. Understanding the role of the pelvic floor muscles and all the functions as well as the anatomy of the pelvis will only improve your quality of life and reduce the risk of impairments and deficits. Implementing a few specific exercises will help improve your overall health and wellbeing.
PLEASE CALL TODAY TO SCHEDULE A FREE INFORMATION CLASS- 307-258-9426
What to expect at your first pelvic PT appointment?
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Our patients can expect a private, safe, one-on-one interaction where our therapist collects a relevant history, then performs an examination of your back, hips, core and pelvic floor muscles to determine the cause of your pain or dysfunction. The end result is an educated and empowered patient who has a plan to get back to health.
What should I wear?
Please wear or bring comfortable clothing that you can move in. We also have gowns, shorts and t-shirts to borrow for your convenience.
I'm a medical practitioner and I want to refer a patient
Julie is excited work with the medical community (Medical Doctors, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, Midwives, Acupuncturists, Athletic Trainers etc.) in a variety of ways to best meet the needs of our collective patient population.
Pelvic Health Physical Therapy for Women and Men
What is the pelvic floor and why is it important?
The pelvic floor is a group of muscles supporting internal organs while stabilizing the lumbar spine, sacrum and pelvis during movement.
Muscle group functions:
Stop and start the flow of urine, as well as the passage of gas or stool.
Retrain the bladder using a reflex (VUIR) reducing your urgency
Function during sexual activity
Support to the lymphatic system
When these muscles are too tight, it can cause pain with intercourse and interfere with bowel/bladder movements.
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You're not alone. We can help.
Best thing I’ve ever done to my body was let Julie help me recover from having babies! Seriously the best lady ever! Whitney H.