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There is a reason why you feel this discomfort

Did you know that one in three women in the States experience Pelvic Floor dysfunction?

 

Shocking isn’t it? but what exactly causes Pelvic Pain or dysfunction?  

 

The pelvis consists of the central bones in your body, linking your spine to your lower limbs. It houses important organs, such as the reproductive organs, and anchors some of the body's most powerful muscles.

 

Pelvic issues can have various causes, and its location often reveals its source, for example, lower back pain and hip impingement are related to pelvic dysfunction.

 

Fortunately, we have expertise in Pelvic Disorders, making us proficient at identifying the issue you're dealing with. We recognize that this type of pain can be restrictive and potentially embarrassing for individuals, as it can affect their most personal functions, including bowel and bladder control, as well as sexual function.

 

Book a FREE initial consultation call with us to learn more about the issue you are experiencing.

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How will we help you?

We will start with a comprehensive evaluation to pinpoint the origins of your symptoms and the factors affecting your current condition, then we will provide you with pelvic floor rehabilitation and related therapies that have proven effective in addressing various causes of pelvic pain.

The muscles, tendons, and ligaments of the pelvic floor are vital in supporting your body's core and play a crucial role in intimate functions. We can help identify any limitations contributing to your pelvic pain and, more importantly, work toward resolving it completely.

Your treatment plan will be customized to your unique needs, based on the assessment results. We will conduct a thorough examination of your injury or condition to determine the source of your pain and develop a personalized treatment plan.

 

Here are possible conditions of Pelvic Pain:

 

  • Urinary Incontinence

  • Fecal Incontinence

  • Painful Sex

  • Pubalgia

  • Pubic Symphysis Dysfunction

  • Prolapse

  • Vaginismus / Vulvodynia

  • Birth Preparation

  • Endometriosis

  • Menopause/Perimenopause

Discover Pelvic Pain Relief with Us

When you step into our office, you'll uncover the relief you've been searching for.  We are here to assist you to get back in action.

 

Here your session will be strictly one-on-one, just you and us. During this time, we'll assess your range of motion, strength, symptoms, and how your body reacts to specific movements and positions.

We will help you to reduce the tension that is affecting your mobility and provide exercises to restore your movement and overall function. One of our main objectives is to relieve your pain as quickly as possible while strengthening any weak muscles to reduce the risk of future injuries.

Typically, our treatments include a range of exercises, from targeted stretches and mobility exercises to specific strength-building routines. Massage is often incorporated to aid in your body's healing process by reducing pain and enhancing circulation.

Not only that we will also show you tips and tricks to prevent urine leakage when coughing or sneezing.

It's crucial to seek help sooner rather than later to address your condition promptly and prevent it from worsening or leading to a new pelvic injury.

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Start Your Journey. The Sooner You Start, The Better.

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