Pelvic Floor Therapy and Rehab includes a variety of physical therapy workouts specifically designed to help you improve your sexual function, to ease stress, to strengthen your pelvic floor, and to help your muscles relax when it’s time for them to recover.

Pelvic pain is a lot more common than people think. Studies have shown women have better outcomes later in life if pelvic floor therapy was part of their recovery in the post-partum period. Our in-office rehab allows us to put special emphasis on prevention by teaching you preventative techniques to strengthen your pelvic floor.

We Can Help

  • Urinary incontinence: The involuntary leakage of urine when you cough, sneeze, laugh or move.
  • Urgency or frequency of urination: When you have an abnormal urge to urinate (pass urine) and you have to urinate more than eight times in a day.
  • Pelvic organ prolapse: When an element of the pelvis structure moves out of place
  • Chronic or long-term pelvic pain: Pain in the stomach area or pelvis that has lasted more than three months and isn’t due to disease or problems like difficult or painful sexual intercourse, menstrual cramps, or endometriosis (when the lining of the uterus or womb grows outside of the uterus).
  • Pregnancy-related pain or dysfunction: Involves problems like diastasis recti (separation of the abdominal wall during or following pregnancy), pelvic floor injury or weakness following childbirth and low back or pelvic pain during or after pregnancy.

“Highly recommended, the staff is nice, professional and helpful. The time wait is less than 20 min. Results are well explained. Follow up reminders with messages and calls. The environmental is neat and clean. A friend referred me to that place and I’m satisfied.”

Ludnie G.