Aquatic Therapy is the utilization of water to help improve the functional status of a patient. Physical therapists use the unique properties of water and specifically designed exercises to enhance, restore or maintain a person’s functional ability. Patients with back pain, stroke, arthritis, head trauma, joint replacements, surgeries, spinal cord injuries and pediatrics can benefit from aquatic therapy.
Maureen Garvaglia, PTA
Dickinson Aquatic Therapy
1721 S. Stephenson Ave
Iron Mountain, MI 49801
Phone: (906) 776-5548
Fax: (906) 776-5478
Pelvic health physical therapy can benefit men or women with:
Diagnostic and treatment procedures may include:
Who suffers from urinary incontinence?:
25% of young women
44-57% of middle-aged women and postmenopausal women
75% of older women in nursing homes
Urinary incontinence affects 25 million adult Americans. In fact, of women between the ages of 18-59, 26% have involuntary leakage, and 20% of women over 40 have an overactive bladder.
Tips for bladder health:
Who suffers from Chronic pelvic pain?
1 of 7 American Women ages 18-50; of these:
Links for patients:
Don’t live in the Iron Mountain, MI area? Find a pelvic health physical therapist near you using this link! https://hermanwallace.com/practitioner-directory
Urinary Health & Dysfunction
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
Bowel Health & Dysfunction
Men’s Health Issues
Women’s Health Issues