GENDER
AFFIRMING
SURGERY
REHAB

Following surgical procedures, the body is focused on healing. However, the surgical process can leave people with tissue and musculoskeletal changes that impact functioning. The body adapts in the short term, but for sustainable movement in the long-term, those musculoskeletal changes need to be addressed. Aftercare for gender affirming surgeries includes education regarding aftercare to optimize healing, addressing post-operative scars and tissue changes, and ensuring safe, pain-free movement.


What happens when your pelvis gets in the way of enjoying life?

• Sexual dysfunction
• Urinary incontinence
• Fecal incontinence
• GI dysfunction

• Scarring and tissue adhesions
• Core weakness
• Postural abnormalities
• Neovaginal stenosis


It is our goal at Activcore to provide a safe, inclusive space so that all people can feel comfortable, accepted, and motivated to achieve their goals. We recognize the need for the LGBTQ+ community to have a place in the practice that they feel is both accessible and able to meet their individual needs.

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How can Activcore help?

Activcore physical therapists have specialized training to provide treatment specific to the needs of the LGBTQ+ population. More specifically, our pelvic health therapists have undergone advanced training in order to be able to address the specific therapeutic needs of individuals who have undergone gender-affirmation surgeries. Our physical therapists are qualified to evaluate the musculoskeletal system inclusive of the pelvic floor and use these findings to create a treatment plan for optimal health and wellness. At Activcore, each visit is one-on-one and applies the Redcord suspension system which is utilized to identify imbalances and retrain muscle firing patterns.

Common
Conditions
We Treat

• Gender affirming genital surgery aftercare:
     - Vaginoplasty
     - Phalloplasty
     - Hysterectomy
     - Oopherectomy

• Sexual dysfunction
• Urinary dysfunction
• Bowel dysfunction
• Core weakness
• Sacroiliac joint pain
• Low back pain
• Postural changes

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