Pelvic Floor Rehab

The pelvic floor muscles, located in the bottom portion of your pelvis, can be injured, weak, or tight, causing you pain or dysfunction, like any other muscles in your body.  The pelvic floor muscles have a big job to do, maintaining the health and function of your spine and pelvic organs.  These muscles help to maintain urinary and fecal continence, improve sexual stimulation, and provide protection to your spine and pelvic organs against excessive loading and injury.  Because they connect, through nerves, to your bladder, colon, and uterus, these muscles can affect those organs.  Sometimes, when pelvic floor muscles are not working properly, symptoms of pain and dysfunction can arise in these organs; often, the pelvic floor muscles are overlooked.

As physical therapists, our expertise lies in the evaluation of musculoskeletal function, so just like any other muscles in your body, we can help to evaluate and treat dysfunction in the pelvic floor region.

Urinary Incontinence

Urinary Frequency/Urgency

Urinary Retention

Post Gynecological Surgery

Post Urological Surgery

Fecal Incontinence


Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)


Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Pelvic Pain Syndromes

Pelvic Fracture

Coccyx/Tailbone Pain

Painful Intercourse

Erectile Dysfunction

Rectal Pain

The Female Pelvic Floor PDF

The Male Pelvic Floor PDF


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