Pelvic pain encompasses a wide variety of conditions that can leave you in mild to severe chronic pain. Pelvic pain treatment at ARILEX Center for Endometriosis & Pelvic Pain helps women in or around Atlanta, Alpharetta, Johns Creek, and Milton, GA, and throughout the United States, find the relief they are looking for so they can take back control of their life.
What is Pelvic Pain?
Pelvic pain is a symptom that affects women, and is usually described as an ache that may include sharp pains in the abdomen below the belly button. If you put your hands on your hips and pull your fingers toward the belly button and draw a line across, everything below refers to pelvic pain. Pelvic pain can be constant or intermittent and can be accompanied with other symptoms.
What is Pelvic Pain Treatment?
Pelvic pain treatment is for any condition that is related to and occurring in the abdomen below the navel. Pelvic pain treatment can include conditions of the ovaries including polycystic ovary syndrome, as well as conditions that are related to pelvic nerve damage such as pudendal neuralgia.
There are numerous treatments that can be used to help relieve and manage pelvic pain. It is all dependent on the underlying cause of the exact pain. Pelvic floor therapy has proven to be safe and effective at treating some varying degrees of pelvic pain.
What is Pelvic Floor Therapy?
Pelvic floor therapy is a pelvic pain treatment that involves strengthening and healing the pelvic floor muscle groups. Pelvic floor therapy may utilize a therapist that will work with you to educate you on pelvic anatomy and how the various components work together. Pelvic floor therapy also includes pelvic floor exercises that can strengthen weakened pelvic muscles while stretching tight muscles to improve flexibility. Biofeedback is also used during pelvic floor therapy to get a clear picture as to how the pelvic floor muscles are working.
What Are the Benefits of Pelvic Pain Treatment?
Pelvic pain treatments may not cure whatever is at the root of your pain, but it can reduce and manage pain symptoms and side effects to allow you to live your life comfortably.
How Much Does Pelvic Pain Treatment Cost?
Costs will vary based on the specific treatment needed and the individual needs of the patient. All costs will be discussed prior to treatment during your personal consultation at ARILEX Center for Endometriosis & Pelvic Pain. For your convenience, we accept cash and credit cards as forms of payment.
Dr. Gary G. Theofilis, a board-certified anesthesiologist in interventional pain, addiction medicine, and integrative medicine from ARILEX Center for Endometriosis & Pelvic Pain, wants to help you treat your pelvic pain and improve your quality of life. If you live in or around Atlanta, Alpharetta, Johns Creek, or Milton, GA, or somewhere within the United States and are suffering with chronic or debilitating pelvic pain, contact Dr. Theofilis to schedule a consultation and take the first step to becoming pain-free.