What is your Pelvic Floor?
If you’re experiencing urinary incontinence, back or pelvic floor pain, or any type of pelvic floor dysfunction, the first thing we want to do is make clear that we are familiar with your concern and that we have seen this before many times. This condition is NOT your fault. We know what causes it, that it is real. More importantly, we know just what to do about it and we can reassure you there IS hope for a HEALTHY future for you. One that is FREE from the frustration of pelvic floor issues.
Signs & Symptoms of Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction can present itself in many ways. If you are currently experiencing any of the following symptoms, physical therapy could be a great place to start.
- Pelvic Organ Prolapse.
- Frequently Needing To Use The Bathroom.
- Constipation, Or A Straining Pain During Your Bowel Movements.
- Feeling Ongoing Pain In Your Pelvic Region, Genitals, Or Rectum — With Or Without A Bowel Movement.
- Painful Urination.
- Feeling Pain In Your Lower Back With No Other Cause.
- Digestive Issues/Complications
- Leaking Stool Or Urine (Incontinence).
- Pain or difficulty with intimacy.
What to Expect From Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy
You will have a private One-on-One evaluation with a physical therapist. The evaluation includes your medical history, a movement analysis, and an assessment of your tissue, muscles, and nerves.
EMOTIONS YOU MAY BE FEELING
GET PERSONALIZED CARE
- 1:1 Sessions with your therapist!
- Private treatment rooms
- Heal through movement
- Learn how to move without dysfunction or pain
- Get direct advice from a licensed professional
- Hands-on / Manual care
Get your desired outcome
- Painfree Sex
- Ability to Orgasm
- Be Able to Travel (Without Worry)
- The ability to sleep more hours without bathroom breaks
- Avoid pads or diapers
- Gain back control
Let's Get Started!
"If you feel disappointed, let down, or Just confused by the advice you’ve been given… you’re not alone, and we’d like to offer you our help for FREE!"
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Pelvic Floor Dysfunction:
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"Alison is the most skilled PT that I have been treated by in a long time. She told me about a ligament "Uranus" problem today that I have never heard of being a PT myself. She also goes the extra mile in never cutting the hour short, in sending clarifying emails afterward, in keeping her hands on me truly treating and not just talking and documenting the session afterward mot during our time. Even though the package is very very expensive I am going to buy another one as a Christmas present for myself!!!!"
N.H. | San Jose, CA
"I didn't know there were services that addressed post partum issues women deal with like pelvic floor therapy and blocked ducts treatments."
Carol W. | Los Altos, CA
"Would appreciate more sound proof rooms for pelvic floor therapy. Hearing the person next door made me wonder what they are hearing of my consultation. Therapist was late and time was not extended to accomodate for that. Follow up appointments not available in a timely fashion. Wish I had known this was the case or that I had been offered the chance to schedule follow up at the time of original booking."
E.G. | Los Altos, CA