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Many Women are paying more attention to changes in their bodies

...during recreation, work, pregnancy, and throughout their life span.
Specially trained physical therapists, like Tracy Campbell, use every facet of their physical therapy training and continuing education to evaluate and treat patients to enhance health. Tracy can evaluate your problem and design an individualized program of care to improve your function and enable you to manage your symptoms more effectively.

Examples of Conditions Treated

  • Pregnancy related pain and dysfunction
  • Incontinence/Pelvic Floor Weakness
  • Pelvic Floor Tension/Pain
  • Osteoporosis
  • Management after abdominal or vaginal surgery
  • Sacroiliac dysfunction
  • Male incontinence
  • Male pelvic muscle pain

Therapeutic Exercise
  • - Individually designed program to increase strength and/or stretch tight muscles

Neuromuscular Re-Education
  • - Coordination of pelvic floor muscles
  • - Bladder/bowel training

Manual Therapy Techniques
  • - Joint mobilizations to promote movement and alleviate pain
  • - Soft-tissue mobilization
  • - Myofascial release
  • - Visceral Mobilization

Biofeedback Training For Bladder and Bowel

Treatment Options
  • - Education
  • - Anatomy/Function
  • - Postural/Ergonomic Correction

Home Program
  • - Instruction in self-management
  • - Written and pictorial instructions of exercise program

  • - Fitting/instruction in use of supports/orthoses
  • - Ultrasound
  • - Local application of moist head or ice
  • - Electrical nerve stimulation

Meet Tracy Campbell

Tracy holds a Master's Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Findlay. She is a licensed physical therapist in Indiana and Illinois with more than 15 years of experience. Tracy holds a membership in the American Physical Therapy Association and Section on Women's Health, as well as the Chicagoland Pelvic Floor Research Consortium. The Indiana chapter of the APTA awarded Tracy the Emerging Leader Award in 2009 and the University of Findlay awarded her the Physical Therapy Clinical Performance Award in 2003. Her interest in teaching has resulted in lab assistant and teaching assistant postitions with the Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute and the Hesch Institute, respectively. When not treating patients, Tracy can be found practicing yoga, playing with her children, or travelling with her family.

Pelvic physical therapy utilizes a variety of treatment options to achieve a patient's goals for therapy.
Treatment options may include:

  • Retraining for Bowel & Bladder Function
  • Patient-Specific Activity Training
  • Manual Therapy Techniqueso Patient Education
  • Activity Modification
  • Therapeutic Exercise & Muscles Re-Education
  • Electrical Stimulation
  • Ultrasound
  • Biofeedback

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