Personalized Physical Therapy and Wellness

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

The pelvic floor is an important team of muscles that assists us with functions such as: 

  • Urinary and fecal continence

  • Core stability 

  • Sexual intimacy and intercourse

  • Support of the pelvic organs

  • Effective breath and postural control 

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy is rehabilitation specific to conditions that affect these functions and the associated muscle, bones and soft tissues. There are a wide variety of pelvic floor conditions that can be benefited by physical therapy.  

  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP)

  • Stress and Urge Incontinence

  • Fecal Incontinence

  • Constipation 

  • Dyspareunia (painful intercourse), vaginismus, vulvodynia, and other forms of pelvic pain 

  • Urinary/fecal urgency and frequency

  • Endometriosis

  • Interstitial Cystitis 

  • Pelvic Girdle Pain 

  • Pelvic nerve pain such as Pudendal Neuralgia 

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Orthopedic Physical Therapy

Orthopedic physical therapy is a form of rehabilitation focused on promoting healthy and pain-free movement of our musculoskeletal system (made up of bones, muscles and nerves). Whether your symptoms have progressed gradually over time, are associated with an acute injury or trauma, or you have undergone a recent surgery, orthopedic physical therapy is likely a key part of a full and effective recovery. We will perform a detailed assessment of your structure, movement patterns, posture and medical history to create a plan of treatment that will expedite recovery, minimize risk of re-injury, and get you back to doing the things you love. 

Orthopedic Physical Therapy involves treatment including (but not limited to): 

  • Low back pain, sciatica or other associated nerve symptoms

  • Rotator cuff injuries and other shoulder pain 

  • Neck pain and associated nerve symptoms

  • Hip pain associated with labral tears, tendinopathies, osteoarthritis, or post-operative care 

  • Ankle and foot injuries such as sprains and fractures 

  • Knee injuries including meniscal tears,  ligamentous injuries (ACL/MCL/LCL/PCL),  overuse injuries such as patellar tendon pain, osteoarthritis, and post-operative care 

  • Rib or mid-back pain 

  • Cervical headaches 

Pain Care

The prevalence of chronic pain conditions has been growing at an alarming rate over the past 20 years. Fortunately, this epidemic has generated a vast amount of research that has led to some exciting discoveries about the science of pain, and how we might be able to treat it more effectively.

In Pain Care physical therapy, we will...

  • Explore how simply learning about how pain works can promote symptom relief

  • Learn methods we can use to calm and balance our systems to reduce nerve sensitivity

  • Safely challenge our bodies to switch on our body's built-in pain control systems


Perinatal Physical Therapy and Wellness

The journey of pregnancy and postpartum can be both wonderful and challenging. Perinatal Physical Therapy is designed to help you navigate the highs and lows and maximize your comfort and health through all phases. Physical therapy can be incredibly effective for a variety of conditions such as: 

  • Diastasis Recti 

  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse

  • Pubic Symphysis Pain

  • Pregnacy-related Sciatica or other nerve pain

  • Pelvic Girdle Pain

  • Back pain

  • Stress or Urge Incontinence 

  • Post-operative C-section care 

  • Perineal scar care

  • Dyspareunia (painful intercourse) following delivery 

If possible, we also recommend treatments focused on wellness and prevention where we will explore: 

  • Education and programming for fitness activities to help you maximize your fitness and health throughout the phases

  • Labor and Delivery preparation including positioning, breathwork, and pelvic floor coordination 

  • Perineal massage/mobilization techniques

  • Education to promote early postpartum healing and expectations for recovery

Yoga and Pilates-Based Rehabilitation

Pilates and Yoga are forms of therapeutic movement that involve a combination of breathwork/pranayama, full body movement, and mindfulness. Our goal is to help you connect with your body's own innate intelligence and self-healing power to facilitate symptom relief and improve lifestyle habits. Your practice will be adapted to meet your individual needs and unique goals in an effort to meet you where you are and support gradual change and growth over time. Yoga and Pilates can be incorporated into physical therapy treatments, or provided as a 1-on-1 wellness service upon request.


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