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    I was told today that I need to see a physical therapist for pelvic floor disorder. The one that I called will not be accepting united insurance. Any suggestions of therapists for the Phoenix area?Thank you!

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    Physical therapists

    Spooner Physical Therapy in Scottsdale has a PFD PT, and so does Womens Choice Physical Therapy has Loretta Robertson who is a PT. If you need more you might call Dr. Rebecca Lavy in Scottsdale who specializes in PFD and ask her for other referrals.
    Sammi

    Sammi

    Meds: Melatonin 3mg @ bedtime if needed. Estrogen 1.5 mg troche and 0.1 mg Estrace cream.
    Diagnosis: IC, PFD (both in remission)

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      i checked the spooner therapy place and they actually dont do it anymoer and the womens choice place does not take my insurance? any other doctors that anyone can think of?

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      • #4
        PT in AZ

        Well, I would call Dr. Rebecca Lavy's office in Scottsdale and ask them who they are referring to these days? She is my Doc for VV and I was lucky enough to get Mischelle at Spooner, she apparently just quit.
        Next I would call Mayo Scottsdale Gynecology Dept and ask if they know of anyone who does this or if they do it on site?
        Sammi

        Sammi

        Meds: Melatonin 3mg @ bedtime if needed. Estrogen 1.5 mg troche and 0.1 mg Estrace cream.
        Diagnosis: IC, PFD (both in remission)

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        • #5
          PFD physical therapists

          I have a listing of physical therapists in the greater Phoenix area who specialise in PFD and Women's issues. Please write me if you would like it. Also, at our June 10th meeting, we have a P.T. coming to talk about this topic.
          Carolyn
          Arizonian

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          • #6
            Re: Pelvic Floor Doctors?

            Hi guys.. I was just dignosed w pfd and mild ic .. Can u guys please tell me if physical therapy helps... And if does by how much??

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