Our Services

Therapies for Women

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  • Urinary Incontinence
    Women can develop urine leaks from many causes. We tend to think it is “normal” after having children or surgeries. Urine leakage IS common, but definitely NOT normal!
  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse
    Many women are told that they have “dropped” or low organs – typically their bladder, rectum or uterus. This can occur after childbirth, chronic constipation, and other causes.
  • Pelvic Pain Syndromes
    Pelvic pain is a very common, but not usually spoken about, problem that many women suffer from. Women may have vaginal pain with penetration, pain with just sitting or at other times.
  • Constipation
    Constipation is one of the most common complaints for individuals when they go to see their primary care provider. Sometimes the GI tract moves slower than it should.
  • Fecal Incontinence
    Fecal incontinence is the loss of fecal matter with either physical activities, or with a feeling of urgency and the inability to make it to the restroom on time. This can happen due to many causes.
  • Diastasis Recti
    When a woman goes through pregnancy and delivery, sometimes the midline connective tissue between the long abdominal muscles separate. After pregnancy, this has a good chance of self resolution, but not always.
  • Pregnancy or Postpartum Orthopedic Concerns
    Many women have low back, pelvic pain, or other complaints of pain in their muscles or joints during pregnancy or immediately after.
  • Return to Fitness Postpartum
    After pregnancy, most women are eager to get back to exercise and regain the strength that they lost. We offer a postpartum return to fitness evaluation that looks at a woman’s current level of fitness.
  • Abdominal pain or Endometriosis
    Often we find that women have abdominal pain that is not easily diagnosable. As musculoskeletal experts, we assess whether that abdominal pain could be related to muscle dysfunction or scar tissue.
  • Interstitial Cystitis (Painful Bladder Syndrome)
    With IC/PBS, often women develop secondary dysfunctions, such as high tone spasming pelvic floor and pelvic girdle muscles, poor bladder habits, and deconditioning overall.
  • Post C section, Hysterectomy or Bladder Suspension/Sling Rehab
    Women who have abdominal surgeries, whether for C section delivery, hysterectomy or other bladder or gynecologic surgery also deserve to come to physical therapy for rehab.

Therapies for Men

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  • Post-prostatectomy Urinary Incontinence
    Men often suffer from urine leakage after removal of a cancerous prostate, or after a TURP procedure from an overgrown prostate. Physical therapy is very successful.
  • Voiding Urgency and Frequency
    Bladder problems can arise from many things; such as poor fluid intake, increased bladder irritant intake, frequent “just in case” voids, etc.
  • Prostatitis-Type Rectal or Perineal Pain
    Often men have rectal pain that is diagnosed as an inflammation of their prostate, or “prostatitis”. Sometimes when this initial infection clears, the men are left with the secondary problem of high tone (spasm) of their pelvic floor muscles.
  • Genital Pain (Testicular/Penile)
    Men can develop penile or testicular pain from a variety of reasons. Pelvic floor muscles spasm can bring on pain in this region.
  • Constipation
    Constipation is one of the most common complaints for individuals when they go to see their primary care provider. Sometimes the GI tract moves slower than it should.
  • Fecal Incontinence
    Fecal incontinence is the loss of fecal matter with either physical activities, or with a feeling of urgency and the inability to make it to the restroom on time.

Therapies for Children

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  • Daytime Bladder or Bowel Leakage
    Many children suffer from bladder or bowel leakage as they age. Sometimes this is coming from weak pelvic floor and core muscles, sometimes from constipation, and sometimes from other causes.
  • Bedwetting
    Most children should be dry at nighttime by age 5. Research shows that bedwetting typically disappears by age 12, so many parents are told to just wait it out and that their child will more that likely grown out of it.
  • Constipation
    After parents stop helping their children wipe their bottoms after going to the bathroom, they no longer have daily knowledge on how well their children’s bowels are working.

Pilates and Other Classes

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We offer Pilates classes on Balanced Body reformers in small classes throughout the week.