While searching urinary frequency and bladder pain without UTI, I read a post by Lennox Hoyte, M.D. recommending seeing a licensed pelvic floor physical therapist for treatment of possible pelvic floor trigger points. How do I find this type of physical therapist?
If you go to the APTA (American Physical Therapist Association) Women's Health page, you can click on your state and find a therapist in your area. You should check to see if the PT has WCS or CAPP certification, these are specialists in women's pelvic floor issues.
You may also find some benefit from PT or other therapists that utilize MFR, myofascial release therapy. For more info, send me a PM.
Always happy to see women who are pro-active ahead of the curve!
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