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Physical Therapy
for the

Pelvis
&
pelvic floor

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Pelvic

Floor Dysfunction

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Pelvic

Girdle

Pain

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Pelvic and Abdominal

Pain

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Pelvic Physical Therapy

Treatable Pelvic Health Conditions

Bladder Issues
Cycstocele-prolapsed bladder
Urinary incontinence
Overactive bladder
Bladder pain/ Interstitial cystitis
Urinary retention


Pelvic Girdle Pain
Pubic Symphysis Pain
Tailbone and sitting pain
Hip and Groin pain
Lumbosacral pain
Sacroiliac joint dysfunction
Sciatica and nerve pain
Painful surgical scars
Bowel Concerns
Rectocele - prolapsed rectum

Fecal urgency and incontinence
Constipation and bowel pain
IBS and digestive pain issues
Defecation dysfunctions

Pelvic and Abdominal Pain
Painful sex and genital pain

Transgender health concerns
Vulvodynia and Vestibulitis
Dyspareunia and vaginismus
Endometriosis/adhesions

Prostatitis and penile pain
Pudendal neuralgia

How can Physical Therapy help
Pelvic Health?

How Fit is your Pelvic Floor and Core?

  • Learn how fitness and exercises impact your pelvic floor and abdominal wall

  • Make sure your pelvic floor and other core muscles are at their best during your workout

  • 25% of females stop exercising because of urinary leakage symptoms. Don't be a statistic! 

  • Learn safe ways to modify or start a fitness plan that is safe for your pelvic floor and core

  • Return to fitness progression programs - running, HIIT

Have a pelvic floor problem? Pelvic or abdominal pain?

  • Don't put up with back and pelvic pain, thinking it will just go away or worse, a normal part of life?

  • When pelvic girlde and pelvic floor related aches and pains limit your ability to work, be social, or care for your family, PT can help, even after the first visit.

  • While a referral from your doctor or midwife is encouraged, it is not required to start physical therapy in the state of Florida.  Most insurances will reimburse the cost of treatment.

  • See the list of treatable conditions physical therapy can help above

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