Asking for help can be difficult. We pride ourselves on our commitment to listening to your full story to find a solution that will provide lasting relief!
What to expect during your session
Your session is designed to be comfortable, educational, and respectful. Your consent is essential for all aspects of your treatment.
Communication is encouraged throughout the session.
Each session is divided into three parts:
Part I: Information and Education
Gather a comprehensive understanding and history of the challenges you are experiencing
Education about the systems associated with the pelvis and the muscle and organs nearby.
Questions are encouragd throughout, but time is set aside for questions specificially
Part 2: Physical Assessments and Treatment
Therapist will assess spinal and pelvic movement, strength, range of motion and posture.
Internal/External Assessment *
Physically assess your pelvic floor muscles in a private setting*
*Only done with consent
Part 3: Customize a Pelvic Therapy Plan
Customized Plan Creation
Each of our clients has a unique story and a unique combination of issues. Our belief is that pelvic therapy treats more than your physical symptoms, but also your neurological system too. We create a personalized plan that helps you heal.
Time to finally heal!
Pelvic Therapy utilizes a variety of methods to help strengthen and heal your pelvic floor. The pelvis is tied to your neurological, muscular, and other systems. As a result, we engage various senses to support your health. Below are a few items we might utilize in your treatment.
Each treatment plan is specialized to the individual.
Dry needling encompasses the insertion of solid filament, non-injectate needles into, alongside or around muscles, nerves or connective tissues with or without mechanical and/or electrical stimulation for the management of pain and dysfunction in neuromusculoskeletal conditions " - PPHC LLC
You might not think stretching is important, but without it you run the risk of injury and further damage. Stretching keeps the muscles flexible, strong, and healthy, and we need that flexibility to maintain strength and plyability. Without it, the muscles shorten and become tight.
Maintaining pelvic health is an ongoing pursuit. We design a specialized exercise routine to help you regain and maintain control over your pelvic floor muscles. These exercises workout your core body and engage your neurological responses, as everythign is tied together when we talk about your pelvis.
In addition to a physical exam, recommended stretches and exercises, we often use various tools that we refer to as your Pelvic Health Toolbox. We will discuss each of them items if they are necessary and how to use them to help you on your path to pelvic health.