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WHEN THINGS AREN'T FEELING RIGHT

Take back control.

Don't let your pelvic floor be in charge. Let's bring the focus back to you!
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INCONTINENCE

Reduce leakage and accidents.

PELVIC PAIN

Find the cause of your pain and get a specialized plan for treatment.

PRE- AND POSTPARTUM

Learn the techniques to keep your activity level up.

THE FEMALE ATHLETE

Discover the safe way to maintain or return to exercise.

Peeing your pants doesn’t have to be the new norm.

Incontinence is the inability to control bowel and bladder function with around 25 million adults being affected by this. A study showed that 26% of women between 18-59 exhibit involuntary leakage and 20% of women over 40 years old have an overactive bladder. These are treatable conditions but each case is specific and needs proper evaluation.

We utilize a variety of internal and external manual interventions, pelvic floor retraining, breathing techniques, and education on healthy fluid intake, dietary changes, bladder irritants, and lifestyle modifications. We really take a whole body approach and tie in any other dysfunction we may notice including the hip, lumbar, and thoracic spine.
TOGETHER WE'LL ADDRESS
Myofascial restrictions
Education on nutrition
Structured home exercise program
Individualized strengthening program
Proper breathing strategies

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Pain with sex?

Chronic pelvic pain is pain that has lasted longer than 3 - 6 months. This pain may be located in the lower abdomen, vulva/vagina, perineum, anus, or tailbone. This affects 1 in 7 women ages 18 to 50 however 61% of individuals are often undiagnosed due to fear of sharing these intimate details.

Our approach to treatment is very much patient based and we strive to find the overall cause of the problem. Techniques may include breathing and relaxation techniques, manual therapy and myofascial techniques, along with education on surrounding muscle imbalances and functional / postural strengthening.
OUR TREATMENTS INCLUDE
Myofascial release techniques
Extensive education
Home exercise programs
Breathing techniques
Postural and pelvic floor strengthening

Download our Women's Health ebooks!

Download our Understanding Your Pelvic Floor and Understanding the Female Runner for more information!
Request Your eBook!

Want to keep exercising?

A high percentage of women stop exercising when pregnant or are afraid to return to their prior sport of choice after having a baby. Often there is a lot of unknown about what is safe and appropriate.

We want you to feel safe, strong, and empowered with continuing the activities you love. We will give you the education and tools to continue with exercises at home, as well as will monitor your movements utilizing video analysis to make sure that your participation in running, squatting, etc is safe for you to continue to perform.
LET'S TAKE A LOOK AT...
Posture
Body mechanics
Strength
Flexibility
Video analysis

WOMEN'S HEALTH INFO

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction and the Runner

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