Following the recent announcement, the physical therapy clinic provides women of all phases of life to access specialized therapy for injuries related to pre and postpartum care and perimenopausal and menopausal symptoms, as well as physical changes related to perimenopause and menopause. In particular, the team offers pelvic floor physical therapy to help them restore mobility and movement while reducing pain.
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Hey Babe Wellness updated its services as it continues its mission of supporting women who are silently suffering from pelvic floor issues. Studies show that pelvic floor disorders among women, which include urinary incontinence and sensory abnormalities in the lower urinary tract, affect around 400,000 women each year in the United States. However, only a small number of them seek medical help due to the stigma still attached to the condition and the general lack of knowledge that it is something that can be treated with therapy.
The clinic, led by Dr. Claire Delcambre, was founded on the philosophy that all women deserve to live happy, healthier lives. The team will carefully assess all the muscles, tendons, ligaments, and nerves around the painful area and then determine the most viable treatment plan. All patients are provided with a customized plan, which may be adjusted as needed depending on how they respond to each treatment session.
Dr. Delcambre explains that recovery time is dependent on a variety of factors, including the level of tissue affected and the extent of the injury. However, in general, the clinic treats patients once or twice per week for four to 12 weeks.
During all sessions, patients are requested to wear athletic or loose-fitting clothing.
A spokesperson for the center says, “The goal of physical therapy is for you to achieve the highest level of movement possible to function and succeed in daily life, whether that means improving sports performance, tolerance to activities like standing or walking, helping you return to exercise safely, or being able to pick up and hold your little ones.”
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Hey Babe Wellness – Physical Therapy – Hermosa Beach, CA
1200 Artesia Blvd Ste 305
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