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Millions of Americans suffer from incontinence, pelvic pain or other pelvic floor disorders that affect every aspect of their lives – physically, socially and emotionally.

We are uniquely qualified to help, offering one of the state’s most comprehensive and innovative array of services and therapies; each designed to help you regain a healthy and active life, free of embarrassment, pain or limitation.

Our integrative and holistic approach combines the most effective non-surgical options, from pelvic floor strengthening and myofascial release, to soft tissue mobilization and biofeedback training. The result is highly individualized treatment in an emotionally healing environment.

We offer a comprehensive, integrated approach.

Regardless of the diagnosis, we offer today’s most complete range of evidence-based therapies and interventions, allowing us to provide the individualized care necessary to restore your quality of life.

  • Therapeutic exercise to regain muscle strength and control of pelvic floor
  • Manual therapy and massage to increase tissue flexibility, scar mobility and muscle relaxation
  • Body mechanics and postural correction to improve muscle function and reduce pain
  • Myofascial Release techniques specific to the pelvis, to reduce tightness or restrictions that lead to incontinence and pain
  • Biofeedback to help “re-educate” muscles and improve pelvic floor coordination
  • Electrical muscle and nerve stimulation to help strengthen weak muscles and decrease pain
  • Relaxation techniques to restore normal tone and calm hyperactive pelvic floor
  • Pelvic Floor Pilates, a unique post-therapy class where participants can continue their skill and strength development in a supportive group setting

Incontinence is very common among men and women of all ages. The good news is, whether caused by pelvic floor weakness or cancer treatment, incontinence is highly treatable.

While common, urinary incontinence and other bladder disorders (such as overactive bladder, urinary urgency or frequent urination at night) are never normal – even as you age. Weakness or too much tone in the pelvic floor muscles, as well as a variety of medical conditions, can create a loss of bladder control. Fortunately, the pelvic floor muscles, like any other muscles, can be retrained to function normally, allowing you to leave behind symptoms, limitations and embarrassment.

With years of specialized training and an exclusive focus on pelvic floor issues, our highly-experienced physical therapists bring a unique skill and compassion to both diagnosis and successful treatment.

Conditions we treat
  • Frequent nighttime urination
  • Interstitial Cystitis
  • Neurogenic bladder
  • Overactive bladder
  • Post-prostatectomy incontinence
  • Prolapse
  • Urinary incontinence
  • Urinary frequency, hesitancy, retention or urgency

Muscle damage, surgery, rectal prolapse, nerve damage from constipation, childbirth and stroke are frequent causes of bowel disorders, as is the stiffening or scarring of the rectal walls from radiation treatment or inflammatory bowel disease.

Regardless of the diagnosis, we offer the complete range of evidence-based therapies and interventions available today, allowing us to provide the individualized care necessary to restore your quality of life.

Conditions we treat
  • Chronic constipation
  • Dyssynergia (failure of muscles to relax or contract during defecation)
  • Fecal or flatulence incontinence
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
  • Neurogenic bowel dysfunction
  • Prolapse of the rectum

Whether your pain is in the lower abdomen, rectum, vagina, or tailbone – with or without a clinical cause or diagnosis – we offer the expertise and care you need.

Our pelvic floor therapists offer uniquely comprehensive treatment to strengthen or relax the muscles of the pelvic floor, restore normal function and flexibility to the soft tissues, and eliminate pain. Our specialized expertise allows us to help men and women of all ages rediscover a life free of pain. For those diagnosed with Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome, we offer a nationally-recognized and highly successful Chronic Pain Program. One of just two in the state, this multidisciplinary program targets the physical and emotional effects of pain through an individualized program of therapy, support and medical interventions.

Conditions we treat
  • Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome
  • Endometriosis
  • Painful intercourse
  • Pelvic adhesions and fascia restrictions
  • Pudendal nerve entrapment
  • Rectal pain
  • Tailbone pain
  • Vulvar burning and pain

Pelvic organ prolapse occurs when the connective tissues and normal support of the pelvic floor are weakened, causing the uterus, bladder, bowel, rectum or vagina to slide from their positions. Pregnancy, childbirth, obesity, constipation, trauma and surgery are all common causes.

We offer today’s most successful approaches to regaining pelvic floor strength and normal pelvic functioning.

Men’s pelvic health

Using a comprehensive, integrated approach, we routinely help men with post-prostatectomy incontinence, chronic prostatitis and rectal pain to eliminate their symptoms.

Women’s pelvic health: before and after the baby

While back pain, urinary or bowel incontinence and pelvic pain are often experienced by pregnant women and new moms, these symptoms are never normal.

Through individualized and highly targeted exercises and therapies, we restore balance, tone and flexibility to the muscles and tissues throughout the pelvic area giving you back control, freedom and quality of life.

Children and adolescents

Over one-quarter of pediatrician visits are for incontinence, bedwetting or constipation. We specialize in treating these and other common pelvic floor conditions in children.

When a child’s pelvic floor muscles are weak, in spasm or too tight, a wide range of pelvic floor problems can result, from frequent urination to reoccurring bladder infections.

Our experienced therapists can help relax and retrain your child’s pelvic floor muscles, ending the embarrassment and discomfort. Our holistic approach includes looking at diet, sleep patterns and other behavioral issues that could contribute to the problem, and personalizing therapies to meet the unique needs of your child.

If you are affected by a pelvic floor issue, ask your doctor for a referral to our program. For more information on how we can help, give us a call.

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