The  OB  PT   Clinic

Maternal Physical Therapy

Pregnancy, Postpartum, and Pelvic Health

1 in 5 women have chronic pelvic pain.  So do 1 in 10 men.

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Pelvic Health is Complicated - You need time to talk about it.  When she opened the clinic, Dr. Rader's top priority was giving her patients plenty of time to tell their pelvic health story.  She has structured her appointments to give ample time for your care. 
"Too many of my patients tell me they feel rushed, dismissed, or  unheard at their medical appointments.  Not here."

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Pelvic Physical Therapy is a profession, not a program.  If you've visited other clinics who have a pelvic health or biofeedback "program" led by nurses or part time PT's, then you may have had a limited look at your problem. Dr. Rader is dual certified in pelvic rehabilitation and pelvic floor biofeedback. 
"Helping people heal from pelvic and abdominal problems is my profession, passion, and my complete focus." 

How to Save Someone from a Pelvic Floor Muscle Attack

OB groups recommend Pelvic PT in early postpartum, or the "4th Trimester"


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Moms deserve Physical Therapy.

Physical Therapy should be a part of every mother’s birth plan.  Dr. Rader is a maternal health specialist and can help you have a comfortable and fit pregnancy, a body physically prepared for childbirth, and a restored pelvic floor and core postpartum.


  • Diastasis Recti & Ab Rehab

  • Pubic Symphysis Pain

  • Pelvic Girdle Pain

  • Bladder & Bowel Problems

  • Caesarean  Rehab

  • Painful Episiotomy Scars

  • Birth Preparation

  • Postpartum Return to Fitness

  • 4th Trimester Rehab

​Spine and Hip Pain can really be Pelvic Pain.
Do you have stubborn low back, buttocks, or hip pain?  Do your have trouble sitting? Up to 30% of “low back pain” is really pelvic pain.  Let Dr. Rader, a certified pelvic health specialist, determine if your pain has been misdiagnosed and give you a treatment plan that works.
  • Low Back Pain
  • Sciatica
  • Hip Dysfunction
  • Sacroiliac Joint Pain
  • Tailbone Pain
  • Sitting Pain

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Pelvic pain can mimic spinal and hip pain. Misdiagnosis is common.

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Pelvic PT is a recognized safe and effective treatment for abdominopelvic pain

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Do you have “Low Front Pain?"
Many digestive, urological, and gynecological conditions can be painful.  Your organs are surrounded by protective muscles which can spasm and tense up, making your pain even worse.  Dr. Rader applied rehab principles used for back pain to successfully treat “low front pain”.
  • Interstitial cystitis & Bladder Pain Syndromes
  • IBS & Digestive Pain Syndromes
  • Genital Pain Syndromes
  • Surgical Scars and Adhesions
  • Transgender Health
  • Endometriosis
  • Prostatitis

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Pelvic Floor Dysfunction can strike anyone.

Everyone has pelvic floor muscles, which give you bladder and bowel control and are crucial to sexual function.  Kegel exercises are NOT for everyone.  Most don’t perform correctly, do too many, or not enough.  Dr. Rader is certified in pelvic floor biofeedback and will give you a properly dosed plan. If you have pelvic pain, Kegel exercises can increase symptoms.


  • Incontinence

  • Overactive Bladder

  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse

  • Constipation

  • Urinary Retention

  • Painful Sex

  • Pudendal Neuralgia

Over half of those attempting Kegel exericses are doing them incorrectly.


Success stories from people just like you.  You are NOT alone!


Pelvic Dysfunction can steal your hope.

Pelvic physical therapy can give it back.  Many pelvic and abdominal problems are related to musculoskeletal challenges.  While you can be cured of a disease or infection, you can only heal from muscle dysfunction. Without ongoing self-care, weakness or poor flexibility will return, along with your old symptoms.  Dr. Rader will teach you strategies for symptom relief today, and you will be armed with self-care solutions for lifelong symptom control.

"Dr. Rader changed the way that I view and deal with my pelvic pain. She gave me the knowledge and tools to assess, confront, and overcome a sometimes-disabling condition. This is the first TED Talk that's ever made me cry. She is amazing!"

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