Restore your Confidence with Pelvic Floor Therapy

Empowering Women. Restoring Hope.

Why Choose Pelvic Floor Therapy?

Our Pelvic Floor Therapy program is a comprehensive plan of care to rehabilitate the pelvic muscle through pelvic muscle exercises, Electrical Stimulation, lifestyle modification, and a lifetime maintenance plan. 


Without pain, retrain the muscles of the pelvic floor to restore both strength and function without pain.


Long-lasting relief in a relatively short period of time. The average patient experiences improvement in 3-4 weeks.



All appointments are in the comfortable environment of your ObGyn office. ​

And there is no device to purchase.​

Helping Women who suffer from

Bladder Leaks, Overactive Bladder, Bowel Leaks, Painful Intercourse, Prolapse, Interstitial Cystitis (IC) and Pelvic Pain.



Stress Incontinence is an anatomical condition that occurs when pressure is put on the bladder from a laugh, cough, sneeze, jump, bend, etc., and that pressure exceeds the urethral closure pressure. Common causes can include pregnancy, childbirth, obesity, straining, chronic constipation, heavy lifting, age, high impact exercise, and chronic coughing.



There are many conditions that can cause Dyspareunia. Hi-tone muscles, Prolapse, and atrophy are just a few.

One of the primary goals of Pelvic Floor Therapy is to retrain the pelvic floor muscles to relax. The muscles become overly contracted which perpetuates this painful condition and creates a guarding response that must be unlearned.



Overactive Bladder (OAB) is a neurological condition. The detrusor muscle contracts, but the brain did not instruct it to. A person feels the sensation to go, but the bladder is not always full. Symptoms are often Urgency, Frequency, Urge Incontinence, and Nocturia. An estimated 40 million Americans over 40 years old have OAB.



There are many conditions that can cause Fecal Incontinence - vaginal childbirth, constipation, muscle or nerve damage, ageing, diseases, and anal surgery. Pelvic Floor Therapy uses devices to help you learn how to do exercises to strengthen the muscles in your anus, pelvic floor and rectum. It can also help you sense when stool is filling your rectum, and control strong sensations of urgency.

Women helping Women.


Our Mission 

"Enhance patient services with a standard of care that ensures patients' trust and peace of mind and allows

the office to expand the capabilities of its practice."

Over 40% of women suffer from symptoms due to a dysfunctional pelvic floor. Our team is passionate about providing a natural solution for the many women who suffer from pelvic health disorders and equipping them with tools for a healthier lifestyle. When the body gets healthy, it begins to restore itself.

Patient Stories

The patient is 9 months postpartum and has painful intercourse at a level 8 of 10.

After 4 months of Pelvic Floor Therapy exercises, she reported pain with intercourse from 8 to 0!

Patient, 39 Years Old

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