A young woman fearful of intimacy with her partner due to pain
A male who has had a prostatectomy and now experiences incontinence
Postpartum woman experiencing prolapse and diastasis recti
A teenager who experiences constant abdominal discomfort and constipation
The common thread is pelvic floor dysfunction. Overactivity of these muscles can result in urinary urgency, urinary frequency, constipation, pain with prolonged sitting, coccydynia (tail bone pain), chronic pelvic pain, and sexual dysfunction. Underactivity of these muscles can result in bladder incontinence, fecal incontinence, and pelvic organ prolapse (descent).
We feel your pain and hear your voice. Your symptoms are real despite what any previous health care provider has told you. You should not suffer in silence any longer.
We can help you. We are musculoskeletal experts. We will teach you how to properly connect with and treat these delicate and subtle muscles. We will educate you on how to strengthen the weak muscles and stretch the tight, painful muscles.
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