PHYSICAL THERAPY TREATMENTS
WHAT WE TREAT
We are a physical therapy clinic focused on optimizing your pelvic health by providing individualized care to empower your pelvic health journey. Our pelvic floor specialists treat pelvic floor dysfunction in both women and men including urinary symptoms (incontinence, urgency, frequency, recurring UTIs), pelvic pain, pain with sex and bowel dysfunction. By providing one one one treatment for an hour, we are able to focus on the "why" of your symptoms and get you back to the activities you love.
Prenatal + Postpartum Care
Whether you are preparing to get pregnant, are currently pregnant or need some guidance postpartum, we are here for you. We can help with optimizing your pelvic health, improving low back, hip or pubic symphysis pain during pregnancy, preparing you for vaginal or cesarean delivery and empowering you for your postpartum recovery.
Pelvic Pain + Pain with Sexual Activity
Pelvic pain or pain with sexual activity is common but not normal. We want to work with you to identify the root cause of your pain and help you find long term relief from your symptoms.
Bowel Health + Gut Function
Are you struggling to have regular bowel movements? Do you find yourself straining to empty? Constipation is a common symptom during pregnancy, postpartum and anytime in between. Often times we don't pay attention to our bowel movements until we are having trouble with them. We are here to help you find a solution to your bowel difficulties.
Diastasis Recti + Core Weakness
Pregnancy may lead to separation of the abdominal wall. This can lead to core weakness or other issues like stress incontinence. Find out if you have a diastasis recti and learn more about how you can heal your DRA. We combine our physical therapy knowledge with our Pilates training to build a program to help you restore your core strength.
Are you running to the bathroom every 30 minutes? Do you always feel like your bladder is full? Are you peeing your pants with coughing, laughing, running or jumping? Bladder dysfunction may look like urinary urgency, frequency, leakage, recurrent UTIs or overactive bladder. We want to work with you to identify any triggers to your bladder irritation and help you optimize your bladder health.
Low Back Pain + Hip Pain
Have you tried physical therapy before but your hip or low back pain doesn't seem to get better? Did you know your pelvic floor could be contributing to your pain? Our pelvic floor muscles can refer pain to our hip or low back. They are also an integral part of our deep core which gives stability to our spine and pelvis. If your pelvic floor muscles are not being assessed, you may be overlooking the missing link to improving your low back or hip pain.