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Physical Therapy for Endometriosis in Washington D.C.

 Living with endometriosis can leave you feeling frustrated and uncomfortable

 

Even getting a diagnosis can be a long and difficult journey—but finding effective symptom relief doesn't have to be. The thing is, many people don't think about seeking out physical therapy for endometriosis because they simply don't realize how much it can help!

If you live in Washington D.C. and have endometriosis, we encourage you to reach out to District Performance & Physio. Our experienced staff offers personalized care that can make a meaningful difference in your level of comfort and quality of life.

 Endometriosis is more common than you think

The United States Office on Women's Health estimates that endometriosis (or "endo") affects as many as 11% of women of childbearing age.

 

This condition develops when tissues that are similar to the endometrium (inner lining of the uterus) grow outside of the uterus on other areas of the body, including the ovaries, fallopian tubes, cervix, vagina, bladder, and bowels.

Endo is most common in women in their 30s and 40s. It also seems more likely in people who have never been pregnant or have long periods (>7 days), short menstrual cycles (<27 days), or a family history of endometriosis.

Right now, the medical and scientific communities—along with millions of women just like you or your loved one—are searching for a cure. Until we find one, it's important to offer women with endometriosis effective and affordable symptomatic relief. Pelvic floor physical therapy can help.

Did you know physical therapy benefits women with endometriosis?

Pelvic floor physical therapy may help alleviate signs and symptoms of endometriosis, including:

  • Super painful periods

  • Chronic low back pain and pelvic pain

  • Vaginal pain on insertion (including during sex or while using a tampon)

  • Painful bowel movements

  • Bleeding or spotting between periods

  • Digestive issues like bloating, diarrhea, and constipation

These symptoms can be tough to talk about. At District Performance & Physio, it's our pledge to provide a private, compassionate, and soothing environment for you to discuss your concerns with an experienced pelvic floor PT.

We also make getting here as easy as possible for our busy patients. Find our Washington D.C. physical therapy clinic close to the Farragut West and North metro stations. Coming by car? Ask us about our free parking garage on-site!

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Endometriosis Treatment With Our Washington D.C. Physical Therapist—Prepare to Be Empowered

Women's health and pelvic health specialists Dr. Ariella Pohl and Dr. Ashlee Kim help people with endometriosis achieve noticeable improvements in their pain, function, and even activity tolerance using a range of drug-free services, including:

  • Therapeutic exercises and stretches

  • Manual therapy to help reduce and improve scar tissue and adhesions

  • Drug-free, non-invasive modalities to reduce pain and improve tissue healing

  • Postural training and ergonomic modifications

Ease Your Endo Symptoms Naturally With Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy


Call District Performance and Physio at (202) 922-7331 to schedule your initial consultation today or click the button below to get started.