Treatable Prenatal Conditions
Pelvic Girdle Pain
Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD)
Sacroiliac (SI) joint dysfunction
Tailbone and sitting pain
Hip and groin pain
Pregnancy-related Low Back Pain
Sciatica and pelvic nerve pain
Rectocele - prolapsed rectum
Constipation and bowel pain
IBS and digestive pain issues
Pelvic Pain & Abdominal Pain
Round ligament pain
Painful sex and genital pain
Transgender health concerns
Vulvodynia and Vestibulitis
Dyspareunia and vaginismus
How Physical Therapy can help
Need some exercise guidance during your pregnancy?
Learn how to modify fitness activities you already love or start a fitness routine that is safe and achievable for you by trimester.
Make sure your pelvic floor and core are in tip top shape as your pregnancy progresses. Start a customized core and pelvic floor exercise plan to help bladder control, back pain, and more.
Females who exercise during their pregnancy have easier labors, less pelvic floor trauma, and are less likely to have incontinence, diastasis recti, and prolapse after childbirth.
Is pregnancy a pain?
Don't put up with back and pelvic pain, thinking it’s normal and will go away after childbirth. When pregnancy-related aches and pains limit your ability to work, be social, or care for your family, getting physical therapy 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 above
Want to be proactive with your maternal health?
Come in for a health and fitness consultation
Customized labor and birth plan using pelvic floor biofeedback
Prepare for early postpartum healing starting day one as a new mother.
Receive a customized movement and exercise plan to help you recover quicker after a vaginal or Cesarean birth.