We are here to help with a variety of injuries and dysfunction in younger individuals as well as older.
Children and infants have the same anatomy as adults and therefore can often present with musculoskeletal dysfunction just like adults! Some issues may develop in the womb or during labour and delivery, and may present issues for our little one's development and function. Additionally, muscoloskeletal injuries and issues can also happen as they start to move and run around, and this can also affect their growth and ability to move in their space.
PELVIC FLOOR DYSFUNCTION
- enuresis (bedwetting)
- nocturia (waking up at night to urinate)
- dysuria (discomfort/burning during urination)
- incontinence (stress, giggle, or urge related)
- overactive bladder
- voiding postponement or dysfunctional voiding (trouble with starting or maintaining urine flow)
- increased frequency or urination or always feeling like they have to go (urgency)