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Conditions We Treat

Pelvic Pain

  1.  Vulvodynia

  2.  Dyspareunia (painful sexual intercourse)

  3.  Interstitial Cystitis (painful Bladder Syndrome)

  4.  Vaginismus

  5.  Coccyx pain (Coccydynia)

  6.  Pudendal neuralgia

  7.  Pudendal nerve entrapment

  8.  Constipation related to pelvic floor muscle dysfunction

  9.  Scar pain from C-section, episiotomy, and/or hysterectomy

  10.  Pelvic floor myalgia

  11.  Abdominal pain/scar tissue adhesions

  12.  Ano-rectal pain

Incontinence

    1. Stress Incontinence

    2. Urge Incontinence

    3. Mixed Incontinence (Stress/Urge)

    4. Functional Incontinence

    5. Urinary urgency and/or frequency

    6. Pelvic floor muscle weakness

    7. Fecal incontinence   

Prolapse

    1. Bladder Prolapse

    2. Rectal Prolapse   

    3. Uterine Prolapse

    4. Multiple Pelvic Organ Prolapse

    5. Vaginal Prolapse

Breast Cancer

    1. Mastectomy Rehabilitation

    2. Lymph drainage and edema control

    3. ROM in shoulders, chest and neck following radiation or surgery

    4. Strength in shoulders, chest, core and neck following radiation or surger

Orthopedics

    1. Temperomandibular joint dysfunction

    2. Low back pain with or without radiculopathy

    3. Neck pain with or without radiculopathy

    4. Thoracic and/or rib pain

    5. Sciatica

    6. Osteoporosis and fall prevention

    7. Fibromyalgia

    8. Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

    9. SI Joint pain or instability

Pre/Post Natal Care

  1. Cesarean and vaginal delivery rehabilitation

  2. Diastasis Recti

  3. SI Joint Pain

  4. Low Back Pain

  5. Core weakness

  6. Incontinence/pelvic organ prolapse

  7. Tendonitis associated with pregnancy

  8. Nerve compression

  9. Foot/ankle pain   

  10. Urinary problems   

  11. Cesarean and/or episiotomy scar pain   

  12. Coccyx pain/fracture  

Male Pelvic Care

  1. Prostatitis

  2. Urinary Hesitancy

  3. Urinary Frequency

  4. Urinary urgency

  5. Urinary incontinence (urge/stress or post-uric dribble)

  6. Fecal incontinence

  7. Constipation

  8. Defecatory dysfunction

  9. Inability to achieve orgasm

  10. Pain with intercourse

  11. Pelvic pain

  12. Pudendal neuralgia

  13. Coccydynia

  14. Pain after Sexual Reassignment Surgery

Pain and Dysfunction Following Gender Affirmation Surgery

    1. Scar tissue mobilization following Mastectomy

    2. Scar tissue/pain following MTF or FTM

    3. Dilator protocols

    4. Sexual dysfunction

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