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Pelvic health, physical therapy, and education for chronic and acute pelvic pain in the Houston area.

 
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THE AWARENESS STORY

For as long as I can remember, I wanted to be in healthcare. There is something about helping people thrive and find their health that is at the core of my being. I pursued physical therapy through school and internships that lead to a fascinating career that allows me to meld the physical and mental aspects of the body to help people. 

My passion and work have been in neurological and pelvic rehabilitation for patients in Houston. During the 2020 pandemic, I saw a true void of resources to help men and women with pelvic health. 

The pelvis, more than any other area of the body, is connected to our minds and emotions just as much as it is our physical being. Your physical well-being is connected to your mental and emotional well-being. My experience and training allow me to work with you to develop a treatment plan that will holistically heal your pelvic pain. 

 

Therapy Sessions Offered

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Initial Evaluation

90-minute initial evaluation of your problem areas and review of your doctor's orders. 

After evaluation, we will establish a treatment plan.

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Therapy Session

60-90 minute therapy session aligned with your treatment plan. 

Sessions in-person at the clinic or in-person or virtually.

Stomach Ache

Pelvic Health Education

Pelvic health is both physical and neurological and is associated with sex, trips to the bathroom, and abdominal pain.

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What is Pelvic Therapy?

Pelvic Health Physical Therapy is a highly specialized area of Physical Therapy. Designed to treat: 

  • Abdominal Pain

  • Pain with Sex

  • Difficulty or pain using the restroom

  • Accidental urine leakage

  • Urinary urgency

  • Endometriosis

  • Anti and post pardeum

  • Pelvic girdle disfunction

  • Sexual trauma