Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation Services Now Available at Baptist Health Therapy Center-Fort Smith

FORT SMITH, Ark. (March 18, 2019) – Sarah Paserpskis, PT, DPT, is now providing pelvic floor physical therapy for women and men at Baptist Health Therapy Center-Fort Smith.

Paserpskis’ specialty focuses on a growing area of medicine which helps women who experience problems with sexual intercourse, urination, bowel disorders, organ prolapse, fertility, pregnancy preparedness, postpartum recovery, cancer recovery or have been sexually or physically abused.

But her services aren’t just limited to women. Paserpskis also provides therapy for men who suffer from pelvic pain, sexual dysfunction, or incontinence related to prostate surgery, cancer treatment or trauma.

Paserpskis graduated with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Central Arkansas in 2014. She works closely with gynecologists, obstetricians, urologists and other doctors to help patients by referral.

“The goal is to teach people how to take control of their own bodies and not let pain or other issues rule their lives,” she said.

Paserpskis is good at helping her patients to overcome obstacles, because she’s had a few of her own. Paserpskis was born deaf. But thanks to a mother who loved to read to her and sisters who loved to sing a cappella, the southwest Kansas-native learned to speak clearly.

Baptist Health Therapy Center-Fort Smith is located at 624 Towson Avenue, Suite B. For more information, call (479) 441-5361.

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