Pelvic Floor

Common Conditions We Treat

Diastasis Recti

Pelvic Floor Pain

Urinary/Fecal Incontinence

Pregnancy & Postpartum

Low Back/Tailbone Pain
Interstitial Cystitis 

Common Treatment Options

Positional Release Therapy (PRT)

PRT is simply the opposite of stretching. The manual therapy works much like unkinking a knotted necklace or rope by pushing together tissues to take tension off "neurological chain links." The therapy is pain-free and is suited for all ages to help resolve pain and tissue dysfunction.

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

Pelvic Floor Therapy is a specialty within therapy focused on treatment of the pelvic floor. Imagine the pelvic floor as a bowl that sits between the two pelvis bones and attaches to the hips, low back, and tailbone. Pelvic floor therapy is commonly utilized to treat incontinence, tailbone pain, pelvic pain and pelvic instability.

Shockwave Therapy

Shockwave Therapy is a non-invasive treatment option for a broad range of musculoskeletal conditions such as plantar fascittis, tennis elbow, osteoarthritis, low back pain and many more. This proprietary technology is based on a unique set of sound waves that stimulate cellular metabolism, stem cell migration to the treatment area to build new tissue, enhancement of blood circulation, which accelerates the healing process.

Brooke has been so great! She’s been working on my pelvic floor. After having four babies and 2 rectal surgeries things are very tight down there. I feel comfortable and like she actually cares. It’s a vulnerable place to have treated. But she’s been very good about asking me if I’m in pain or if I need a break. I would recommend her to anyone out there suffering from pelvic floor issues

Krystal L.

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