Dr. Ebling utilizes comprehensive therapies and techniques:
Low Level Light Therapy (Cold Laser)
Utilizes infrared light to alter tissue function in the
medical and veterinarian settings. Some studies have
shown increased mitochondrial production of ATP (the
cells fuel), increased collagen and elastin synthesis and
decreased oxidative stress, neutrophil infiltration and
production of pain chemicals (prostaglandins,
interleukin-1 beta) near injury sites.
assist in pain control through muscular fatigue and
stimulation of internal analgesics (IFC) or deep heating
and movement of interstitial fluids (US).
Thursday, February 04, 2010
"Factors that may contribute to pelvic floor concerns include childbirth, obesity, menopause, stress, straining during bowel
movements and older age. Half of
women over age 50 experience pelvic floor weakening.
Several types of treatment can provide relief for pelvic floor
disorders... When pelvic floor muscles are tight and
painful (pelvic floor tension myalgia), exercise to
improve the strength and stability of the spine can be
helpful. In addition, massage techniques to release tight
muscles can ease pain." For self help information, also
from the Mayo Clinic, follow this link to Pelvic Floor
Additionally, read what Dr. Leon Chaitow, DO, ND
writes about "The Pelvic Floor Paradox" in young female
athletes. As this article states, too much tone can also
be a problem, in which case Kegel type exercises would
be inappropriate. Seeing a specialist like myself can
help to determine the state of your pelvic musculature.