Comprehensive Pelvic Pain Treatment
There are many causes of pelvic pain, ranging from infections to organ abnormalities. It takes experience and comprehensive examination to pinpoint the root of the problem. At The Women’s Clinic of Northern Colorado, we offer various forms of pelvic pain treatment, including but not limited to:
- Pelvic prolapse treatment
- Pelvic inflammatory disease treatment
- Pelvic congestion syndrome treatment
- Pelvic floor dysfunction treatment
- Pelvic fracture treatment
- Pelvic bone pain treatment
- Pelvic organ prolapse treatment
Our physicians, physician assistants and specialized nurses will handle your condition with care, and take comprehensive measures to ensure that we identify exactly what is causing your pain. Our goal is always to accurately diagnose the issue in order to formulate the most effective treatment plan.
Our offices are equipped with the latest technology and equipment to assist us in our diagnosis and treatment programs. Pelvic pain can seriously disrupt your life, and it can also be a symptom of a more serious medical condition. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.
Information About Pelvic Pain
Pelvic pain should always be checked out as soon as possible, and you may have questions about the condition and your treatment. The Women’s Clinic of Northern Colorado offers answers to some of the most common questions about pelvic pain and treatment:
- What causes pelvic issues? – Some causes of pelvic pain include appendicitis, STIs, compromised pelvic bones, hernias, kidney infections, bladder issues, intestinal disorders, muscle spasms, and nerve conditions.
- Why is early treatment is necessary? – Early examinations and treatment are the best ways to avoid serious medical conditions. Pelvic pain can be a sign of a more serious problem, which is why you should seek medical attention as soon as you notice it.
- What are the symptoms of pelvic issues? – Symptoms associated with pelvic issues include unusual menstrual pain, hip pain, fever, vaginal bleeding, excess gas, bloating, digestive issues, pain during sex, and rectal bleeding.
- How are pelvic issues diagnosed? – Because there can be many causes of pelvic pain, many diagnosis methods may be employed, including urine tests, blood work, x-rays, pregnancy tests, stool samples, CT scans, and ultrasounds.
- How are pelvic issues treated? – Depending on the cause and severity, treatment can include antibiotics, surgery, or physical therapy.
- What are prevention methods and risk factors? – Some ways to avoid pelvic issues include regular exercise and stretching regularly, eating fiber-rich foods on a regular basis, and keeping up with routine examinations. Leaving pelvic pain unchecked can result in serious infections or other issues that could compromise your organs.
Contact The Women’s Clinic of Northern Colorado
For more than 55 years, we have been guiding patients to better health and happier lifestyles in the Fort Collins and Loveland areas. We offer a number of medical services and classes for patients at every stage of life. From prenatal to postmenopausal healthcare, The Women’s Clinic of Northern Colorado has the appropriate services for you. Give us a call today!