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Pain, and
Sexual  Dysfunction

Let's get real.  There are times in our lives when we experience changes in our bodies for many different reasons.  Some of those reasons could include but are not limited to: 

  • Stress from work or relationship issues

  • Injury from sports or an auto accident

  • Post surgery recovery or complications

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  • Prescription drug side effects

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  • Natural aging process 

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  • Pregnancy 

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There could be just one reason or multiple issues combined together that would cause you to have disfunction with your pelvis.  Pelvic floor disorders — including incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse, are not uncommon. In fact, they affect as many as 1 in 3 women.  Pelvic health can have a big impact on your lifestyle and your well-being.   I have specialized training in women’s pelvic health.


In addition, it can also effect your ability to have proper functioning sexual interactions.

I am board-certified and fellowship-trained, with advanced education specific to female pelvic health.  My treatments bring relief to women coping with pelvic health concerns.

Conditions I treat include:

Who needs Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy?
YOU do!


experience incontinence.

49% of Chronic low back pain patients

have urinary incontinence.

43% of WOMEN and 31% of MEN

experience sexual disfunction or pain with intercourse.

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The pelvic floor supports and stabilizes your pelvis and organs, provides continence, and contributes to sexual health.  When it isn't functioning optimally, the result maybe urinary/fecal incontinence, pelvic prolapse, or pain.

If you are wondering if talking about pelvic floor issues and physical therapy can be embarrassing?  YES, but it is much less embarrassing than the alternative.

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