SERVICES

If you complete a pregnancy guidance or birth prep program, you receive 10% off of your postpartum initial evaluation!

PHYSICAL THERAPY

PT services are provided if you are experiencing pain or symptoms that disrupt your activities of daily living. An initial evaluation will be performed and a plan of care will be determined to help you meet your goals within a realistic and achievable timeframe. See below for a list of common reasons to seek pelvic floor physical therapy. 

Mobile Initial Evaluations:

90 minutes

Clinic Initial Evaluations:

60 minutes

Treatment Sessions:

50-60 minutes

PREGNANCY GUIDANCE

Pregnancy guidance is a form of providing physical therapy where an initial evaluation is performed, a plan of care is determined, and a home exercise program is provided. This type of PT, however, can be initiated even before symptoms or pain arise during pregnancy. In pregnancy, your body is growing and changing every day, but with the help of Pelvio PT, we can stay ahead of those changes and reduce the incidence of pain or symptoms arising in the first place. We typically begin pregnancy guided PT after the first trimester. 

BIRTH PREP

Birth prep services are specifically performed in the later stages of pregnancy beginning around 34 weeks. We will typically have 2-4 sessions once per week where we teach you the proper techniques for labor pain management, pushing, and safe postpartum movement. We also provide birth prep to those with scheduled C-birth plans. A C-birth does not mean that your pelvic floor won't be impacted - you still spent 9 months pregnant! - and we will review helpful and safe techniques for taking care of your baby afterward. 

REASONS TO SEEK PELVIC FLOOR PT

PROBLEMS WITH
BOWEL FUNCTIONING

  • Fecal incontinence​

  • Constipation / Pelvic outlet obstruction

  • Incomplete Voiding

PROBLEMS WITH
SEXUAL FUNCTIONING

  • Pain with sex

    • Vaginismus

    • Dyspareunia

  • Decreased ability to achieve orgasm

GUIDANCE FOR
POST PARTUM RETURN TO EXERCISE

  • Running​

  • Yoga

  • Barre

  • Peloton classes

  • Spinning

PROBLEMS WITH
BLADDER FUNCTIONING

  • Incontinence​

  • Pelvic organ prolapse

  • Urinary Frequency

  • Urinary Urgency​

  • Overactive Bladder

MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN

  • Back pain

  • Hip pain

  • Pelvic pain

  • Pubic symphysis dysfunction

  • SI Joint dysfunction

  • Pelvic pressure/tension

  • Coccydynia

  • Pelvic Pain (vulvodynia, pudendal neuralgia)

DO I NEED PELVIC FLOOR PT?

Take advantage of our FREE virtual consult to speak with one of our physical therapists! ​