Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy in Tirana, Albania

Learn about Pelvic Floor symptoms, causes, and treatments. FisioCenter Tirana provides the best information to make you understand the reason behind Pelvic Floor pain and get professional help. 

FisioCenter is the first and only hospital, so far, to be certified in Albania. Our exceptional staff is trained to detect and treat all your illnesses and problems. The aim of pelvic floor physiotherapy is to develop the function of your body parts through specific activities and exercises to put an end to your symptoms. This is exactly what FisioCenter can provide for you, with the help of our well qualified and hard-working specialists. 

Under the care of Dr. Andrea Settembrini, the head of the clinic, with his license in physiotherapy, you are in the safest hands. He is specialized in this field and knows the exact ways to treat any problem that you might have with your muscles or organs. Moreover, he is specialized in OSCE (Osteopathic Spine Center Education) for Osteopathy (5 years) in Bologna is also certified in Sciences and Techniques of Preventive and Adapted Motor Activities at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”.

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What is Pelvic Floor physiotherapy?

Pelvic Floor physiotherapy is a specific physiotherapy which includes the treatment and assessment of the muscles, concluding in the malfunction of them and your organs. There are two types of classifications: your muscles are too weak or very tight.

They can get weak for a lot of reasons, but it is necessary to keep them functioning with no problem, as they give us the control to urinate and produce support for our organs.

If you reach these problems, then it would make urination painful and you would need to wake up in the middle of the night to use the toilet. Our goal is to detect the condition and problem of our patient and reach the best result possible.

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Andrea Settembrini

Licensed in Physiotherapy, specialized in OSCE (Osteopathic spine center education) for Osteopathy (5 years) in Bologna and certified in Movement Sciences in Rome, Italy.

Important Information and questions

How does Pelvic Floor physiotherapy work?

Before you go to your appointment, the specialist sends you a package to understand, himself, what your situation and condition is. After he reviews it, you are allowed to visit him.  Most therapies endure about 45 minutes to one hour. You firstly need to let your therapist know about your background with your problem and all the symptoms you might have had so far. Later on, you will take an internal physical exam. This makes most of the patients anxious at the beginning, but our doctors will make you feel like you are in control and comfortable. If you feel like you are not comfortable at all, then you do not need to take these exams. Besides those, you could pick another option, like external genitalia. 

How can Pelvic Floor physiotherapy help you?

Having Pelvic Floor dysfunction means that your muscles in your tail and pubic bone are weak and unable to work together the right way. The symptoms can be quite painful and this is the reason you will need to see a physiotherapist. Physiotherapy can lessen your pain and ease the symptoms, even help those muscles to work again the proper way. After this, you will be advised to try and start specific activities to monitor the adjustment of your pelvic floor muscles. Following this, you will be capable of continuing your daily routine and activities without any problem. 

What are the symptoms of Pelvic Floor?

Our professional staff is qualified to treat the symptoms of the pelvic floor and minimize them until they are gone at all. Some of the symptoms are:

  • Urinary trouble – It gets painful when you urinate. 
  • Lower back pain – Your back starts to hurt; you should be careful to not pick up big weights and your position when you sleep or sit down.
  • Pelvic pain/ vulval pain – Pain with sexual relations and persistent pain in the pelvic region.  
  • Obstructive defecation – Struggling evacuating the bowels. 
  • Stress urinary incontinence – Dripping urine throughout the time of a run, sneeze or cough. 
  • Flatus incontinence – The moment you lose the control of bowels and wind. 

Things you should know.

Most of the time, people do not know how to treat Pelvic Floor, because they do not have the proper information about it. As specialist say, we have four classifications of Pelvic Floor disorders, which are:

  1. Bladder issues.

Bladder issues are very ordinary in our world. It mostly gives people the immediate desire to go to the bathroom urgently, especially when they are sleeping. This happens, as you either drink too little water or too much and what you should do is to check the color of your urine. If it is very clear, then you are most likely drinking too much and if it is darker, then you should drink more, because you are dehydrated. 

  1. Prolapsed bladder.

When you have this disorder, you feel pressure or heaviness in the zone of the vagina. Prolapsed bladder makes your reproductive organs around the pelvis drop through the vagina. It’s mostly diagnosed with a pelvic exam, where your doctor asks you to cough or move around so the specialist can evaluate your organs. You simply need to do more exercises and maybe some surgeries, depending on your symptoms

  1. Pelvic pain and sexual dysfunction.

This kind of disorder is definitely needed to discuss with your specialist. You should tell your physiotherapist where exactly you feel the pain and where it hurts while you do specific activities. Your symptoms can be seen the moment you have a pelvic exam or imaging tests. 

  1. Bowel issues. 

Apparently, having bowel movements once or three times every three days is normal. When you should look into it it’s only when you are going more or less than this. Some of the symptoms would be difficult, bumpy stools or uncommon bowel movements.  

You can find us at Brigada VIII street, 1001, Tirana, Albania. If you need further information and learn more about cervical spine pain treatment, to have your neck pain diagnosed, or simply to talk with a member of our staff for additional information, please schedule an appointment with one of our experienced physical therapists, call  069 400 30 10 or email at

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