Pelvic Pain & Women's Health 



Pelvic Health is more than just treating urinary incontinence and pelvic pain, for both men and women. The health of your pelvic floor muscles can affect sexual health, musculoskeletal issues, mobility and digestive disorders.

We specialize in the following:

  • Bowel or bladder incontinence
  • Frequent and urgent urination
  • Tailbone (coccyx) pain
  • Sacral dysfunction or low back pain
  • Dysfunction during urination that may include straining or hesitancy
  • Pelvic organ prolapse
  • Diastasis recti, or a gap between the two sides of the rectus abdominal muscle that may occur after pregnancy
  • Peripartum or postpartum musculoskeletal pain, including low back and pelvic pain
  • Pudendal neuralgia, a chronic pain that is often aggravated by sitting
  • Constipation or painful bowel movements
  • Pelvic or rectal pain
  • Interstital cystitis or painful bladder syndrome
  • Vulvar pain
  • Vaginismus, or the painful contraction of the vaginal muscles in response to pressure
  • Sexual dysfunction or dyspareunia (painful intercourse)

We are here to help

Our specially trained therapists design an individualized program, which includes expert personal care and a detailed individualized home exercise program, with on-going patient education. We offer private, one-on-one treatment sessions in a supportive and compassionate environment to help you heal both physically and mentally. We will work together and you will participate in your rehabilitation in a comfortable and private environment, to ensure that treatment is safe and effective.

Treatment may include

  • Patient education: Extensive discussion with your therapist to meet on your concerns and needs, deepening your undertanding of the problem
  • Home exercise program: Along with our treatments, home exercises can faciliate a quick recovery of function
  • Biofeedback: We use internal or external sensors with the aid of a computer to retrain muscles to relax, improve coordination or become stronger
  • Core strengthening: Help improve postural awareness, strength and decrease workload on the pelvic floor
  • Motor Control and Neuromuscular re-education: Improve the coordination, strength and relaxation of overworked muscles 
  • Relaxation training:  Work to quiet both the  mind and body with deep breathing exercises and guided movement to improve relaxation for healing 
  • Joint mobilization and Manual Therapy: We use our hands to heal.  Incorporating both internal or external  hands-on techniques to help mobilize tight muscles to decrease scarring and spasm to improve your pain and regain function


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