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Pelvic Health

Did you know that your pelvic floor muscles affect bladder, bowel, and sexual health?  They can contribute to pain that you might be experiencing as well.  Pelvic floor physical therapists evaluate these muscles for weakness, tension, and incoordination and help restore the pelvic floor's optimal function.  We do this through manual therapy, exercise, and personalized home program.

Do You...

  • Have history of lower back and hip pain that orthopedic physical therapy has not been able to resolve?

  • Have history of a fall and tailbone pain that flares up?

  • Have concerns and questions related to chronic pelvic pain, urinary or bowel function, heaviness in the pelvis or prolapse, painful sex, or are you post-operative from a gynecological surgery?

  • Have questions regarding vaginal, pelvic, and menstrual health?

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Pelvic Pain

Chronic Pelvic Pain

Painful Sex/Dyspareunia



Coccyx/Tailbone pain

Low Back, Hip, Groin Pain


Pudendal Nerve Pain

Endometriosis or Painful Menstruation

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Bladder Health

Urinary Incontinence 

Bladder Prolapse


Difficulty initiating Urine Stream

Incomplete Bladder Emptying 

Chronic UTIs

Overactive Bladder Syndrome

Interstitial Cystitis/Painful Bladder Syndrome

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Bowel Health


Anal Incontinence

Obstructed Defecation


Rectal Prolapse


Rectal Pain

Sexual Health

Painful Sex/Dyspareunia


Painful Orgasms

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