Pelvic Floor Therapy

Pelvic Floor TherapyReclaim control with SAFE, PAINLESS, NONINVASIVE AND NON- SURGICAL Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy.

If a patient has a pain syndrome alone or with prolapse or incontinence, electrical stimulation may be used to help relax the pelvic floor muscles. Also, the therapist can use her hands to help relax the pelvic floor through advanced manual techniques such as massage and soft tissue mobilization.


In addition, you will be given therapeutic exercises to perform in the treatment session and at home to help progress the healing process.


"It is our hope, that at the end of each session you will come away being in less pain, more confident, more knowledgeable about your body, and in more control over your body.”

Many women are embarrassed or afraid to discuss any problem they have "down stairs,” "but in our practice no topics are "taboo”.

In our Pelvic Floor Therapy Practice, all topics and concerns about women’s health matters are open for discussion.

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy can play an important role in providing care to women in a holistic, noninvasive and supportive manner for disorders of the pelvic floor. Incontinence, and or prolapse are physical disorders of the pelvic floor which can be treated and frequently cured with the right medical intervention. As physical Therapists, it is part of our mission to help our patients achieve their highest level of function, which includes feeling like a whole woman without any pain, prolapses or incontinence.

Our physical therapists are doctors of Physical Therapy whom have gone on for further training in the evaluation and treatment of pelvic floor muscle dysfunction. They use various modalities to help improve the strength, endurance and coordination of the pelvic floor muscles which include the use of electrical stimulation, biofeedback and manual techniques.

Treatment sessions last between 30-45 minutes in a private, discreet and comfortable treatment room. Each patient is given an individualized plan of care that is created in collaboration with the patient and physician that includes components of strengthening, conditioning, core stabilization, flexibility, behavior modification, pelvic floor training and retraining.

Patients are also given extensive education on healing strategies and home exercise programs.


  • Bladder and bowel incontinence
  • Urinary urgency and frequency
  • Constipation
  • Pelvic pain syndromes
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Pre-pregnancy pain
  • Rectal pain syndromes
  • Vaginal pain syndromes


On the initial evaluation the physical therapist will use her hands to determine the strength, and endurance and coordination of the internal and external vaginal pelvic floor muscles.

If it is determined that electrical stimulation or biofeedback is required, a computerized system is used that measures and monitors the electrical activity of the pelvic floor muscles. This is done by inserting a small probe (the size of a tampon) into the vagina or rectum to detect the electrical activity of the pelvic floor muscles. Using this "realtime” data from the computer patients can observe the electrical activity of their muscles as they contract and relax them.