Pelvital partners with telehealth physical therapy provider
At Pelvital, we help many women strengthen the pelvic floor and regain bladder control. Our product, Flyte, along with expert support from our clinician-led customer care team, helps many women.
Some women want or need extra help for more complex issues. In these cases, we are pleased to refer to our partner, Agile Virtual PT, a virtual physical therapy platform that helps prevent and treat musculoskeletal conditions from your phone or laptop and all from the comfort of home.
Agile’s virtual physical therapists offer expert, private, and customized care plans for a variety of women’s health symptoms. Care is often covered through insurance too. Schedule a free screening to see if virtual PT is right for you. Or, talk with Pelvital’s customer care manager, Leah Fulker, PT, DPT.
It’s one more way Pelvital is working to increase access to care.
About Agile Virtual PT
Agile Virtual PT offers an innovative approach to treating women’s health. Millions of women suffer hip and pelvic pain, as well as prenatal and postpartum symptoms due to pregnancy. The goal of virtual PT for women’s health is to address specific muscle weaknesses and imbalances that could be contributing to musculoskeletal pain. Our virtual physical therapists offer expert, private, and customized care plans for a variety of women’s health symptoms.
What does Agile Virtual PT treat?
- Pelvic & vaginal pain
- Stress, urge, and mixed urinary incontinence
- Hip pain
- Prenatal and postpartum care
- Core weakness
- Cervical, myofascial and upper back pain
- Lumbar and low back pain
- Muscle spasms
- Conditions developed because of pregnancy, childbirth:
- Cesarean scar pain
- Episiotomy scar pain or perineal tearing
- Pelvic floor dysfunction
- Pelvic organ prolapse
How does Agile Virtual PT treat remotely?
Virtual physical therapy can address general women’s health conditions as well as specific ailments with education, habit modifications, and exercises to treat muscle weaknesses and imbalances. Many women are unaware that the changes their body is experiencing can be treated and, in some cases, alleviated by physical therapy. The goal of physical therapy is to provide relief from your women’s health symptoms, improve flexibility, relieve pain, and increase your overall functionality.
What’s the first step? How do I know if it’s right for me?
The first step to using Agile Virtual PT is scheduling an appointment or requesting a free screening. Once your request is received, a member of our team will contact you and set up your virtual appointment.
You do not need a physician’s referral to seek our virtual PT treatment if you’re going to pay for the cost yourself. If you’d like insurance to cover part of your treatment, a member of our team will verify your insurance coverage once you register and determine the need for a physician referral.
What are Agile Virtual PT patients saying?
“My therapist was excellent. She was knowledgeable, communicative, and very effective. She gave a wide variety of exercises and stretches that provide relief, answered all my questions, and was just overall very helpful and informative. After just a few sessions, I felt noticeable improvement and significant reduction in the chronic pain that has been bothering me for the better part of a year. Now, my nagging pain is gone, and I both feel better physically and feel like I have a better understanding overall of the causes of my discomfort and how to best manage it now and in the future. I would recommend this service to anyone who is struggling with pain but can’t find an affordable or convenient option. I truly cannot say enough good things about it.”
– Aimee L.
“They set me up with a physical therapist who is very well-versed on my condition and adapted his therapy each week based on my physical and environmental limitations. I feel better educated to manage my pain now, and my PT is always happy to field questions via email outside of our sessions. Additionally, the administrative staff is very kind, timely, and attentive!”
– Caetlin W.