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Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Now Offered At Bridgetown PT by Dr. Lindsay Springer, PT, DPT

Lindsay Springer is now offering Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy along with Pregnancy and Post-Partum Rehabilitation with a focus on safe exercise during pregnancy and return to exercise post-partum.

Lindsay is a pelvic health and orthopedic physical therapist who graduated with honors from Pacific University, earning her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree (DPT). She also holds a Master’s Degree (MS) in Exercise Science which has allowed her to develop a deep understanding of exercise prescription and programming. Lindsay’s post-doctorate education specialities include pelvic health (Herman&Wallace trained), women’s health; pregnancy and postpartum treatment and corrective exercise; running-related injuries and treatment; low back pain; general orthopedics; and fall risk prevention for older adults. In addition to the aforementioned specialties, Lindsay enjoys working with individuals living with autoimmune conditions and is involved with the Kaleidoscope Fighting Lupus Foundation. Lindsay’s clinical philosophy is rooted in client-centered care combining manual therapy (when needed) with self-management strategies that foster empowerment to reach meaningful, lasting, and intrinsically motivated health. Lindsay is a native Oregonian and when not working, she is spending quality time with her family.

What does Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy mean and what conditions do we treat?

Pelvic floor physical therapy is the process of treating disorders related to the pelvic floor. Pelvic therapy includes exercises that can help relieve symptoms like pain and discomfort that can disrupt the quality of your life.

Pelvic Floor physical therapy is for women who are experiencing:

  • Pelvic Pain;
  • Urinary or Fecal Incontinence;
  • Sexual pain and dysfunction;
  • Pelvic Prolapse;
  • Pubic bone or SI pain;
  • Coccyx Pain;
  • Pre and Post-Partum conditions resulting from c-section or birth trauma;
  • Diastasis Recti;
  • We also treat orthopedic injuries related to caring for a newborn child and post-partum moms who are uncertain how to safely return to exercise.

Once post-partum, always post-partum – it is never too late to treat low back or pelvic pain that began after child birth.

We also offer different types of personal training.

Remaining questions? Visit our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section.

Call us at 503-222-1955 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Lindsay Springer for pelvic floor therapy in Portland, OR! 

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