Pain and other disorders of the pelvis can be embarrassing and socially isolating. Fortunately, we offer compassionate and highly specialized treatment in quiet, private rooms, to help you regain the life you want to live. Our highly trained physical therapists will be by your side to support and guide you on your way to an active and pain-free lifestyle.
Treatment is highly specific to each patient but may include pelvic floor relaxation and/or strengthening exercises, core muscle & breathing coordination exercises, manual techniques for trigger points or myofascial restrictions, behavioral training on toilet habits/hygiene/hydration, coordination training of the pelvic floor and pelvic girdle musculature, internal or external biofeedback/e-stim, and occasional use of modalities for pain control.
Our team of experts treat the following conditions:
- Abdominal or Groin Pain – pain experienced in any portion of the abdominal region or groin/inner thigh region
- Anorectal Pain – pain experienced in any portion anus or rectum
- Coccydynia – pain in the tailbone
- Constipation – difficulty in emptying or reduced bowel movements
- Fecal Incontinence – involuntary stool leakage
- Levator Ani Syndrome – pain or discomfort in the region of the rectum, sacrum, or tailbone which can be associated or aggravated by sitting
- Incomplete Bladder Emptying – urinary retention due to obstruction or impaired bladder functioning
- Overactive Bladder – urinary urgency and frequency that can be associated with incontinence
- Pelvic or Genital Pain – pain experienced in any portion of the pelvic region or genital region
- Post-surgical pain/scarring – painful scar or fascia as a result of surgeries such as abdominoplasty, hernia repair, and prostatectomy to name a few
- Pubic Symphysis Pain or Dysfunction – a condition that causes pain or discomfort at the pubic symphysis region often associated
- Prostatitis – a chronic pelvic pain syndrome present in the pelvic region, penis, or testicles
- Pudendal Neuralgia – pain or discomfort in the pudendal nerve region (perineum, rectum, and/or penis)
- Urinary Incontinence – involuntary urinary leakage (includes urge, stress, and mixed incontinence)
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