Women in Central Texas have access to a wide range of physical therapy and rehabilitation services. Our full-service women's physical therapy center specializes in providing specialized care for pelvic floor problems, pregnancy and postpartum care, and rehabilitation through breast surgery. Our team of physical therapists are experts in women's health and begin with an evaluation to identify the cause of the condition and provide the best treatment to correct or minimize it. Texas Health and Human Services (HHS) can help women who have experienced a traumatic brain injury or a TSCI to live more independently.
Pregnancy and childbirth can be difficult, with 40% of women complaining of aches and pains during pregnancy. Through physical therapy, providers at the Central Texas Urogynecology & Continence Center can help women with urinary incontinence, symptoms of overactive or painful bladder, pelvic floor myalgia (muscle pain), and pelvic organ prolapse (POP). Austin, who grew up in College Station, was always involved with sports which initially sparked his interest in physical therapy. He then earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at the University of North Texas Health Science Center.
He became interested in physical therapy while recovering from a lower back injury while playing soccer in high school, and was able to fully recover without surgery so that he could play soccer in his final year. Women in Central Texas have access to a wide range of physical therapy services that can help them manage their health conditions. From pelvic floor problems to postpartum care, our team of physical therapists are experts in women's health and provide personalized treatment plans to help women achieve their health goals. HHS also provides resources for those who have experienced a traumatic brain injury or TSCI to live more independently.
Additionally, physical therapy can help pregnant women manage aches and pains during pregnancy as well as treat urinary incontinence, overactive bladder, muscle pain, and POP. With the right physical therapy treatment plan, women can improve their overall health and wellbeing.