The pelvis is the foundation of all skeletal movement

Believe it or not, every human has a pelvis! Soft tissue amongst the hip bones and base of the spine connect the pelvis to all movements down into the hips, knees and ankles as well as up into the trunk, shoulders, and neck.  As the center of the body, specialized therapy focused on the pelvic floor can help to address many interconnected 

concerns.

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Major changes happen with pregnancy and childbirth.  

The ability to nourish a growing baby comes with major musculoskeletal, cardiac, and hormonal changes.  No matter how that beautiful child escapes the womb, 40 weeks of physiological change, followed by the vigor of child birth, often results in a need for rehab and unique restrengthening protocols.  Pelvic therapy helps to address postpartum concerns such as back pain, incontinence, prolapse, painful intimacy, and difficulty returning to exercise.  Pelvic floor therapy will help you to safely take on the adventure of motherhood.

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Pelvic Floor dysfunction can manifest in many ways

Digestive issues, prolapse, incontinence, constipation, painful intimacy, difficulty before and/or after urological or gynecological surgeries.  All are ways that your body is trying to communicate that something is up. You are not alone! Pelvic therapy has shown excellent results in rehabilitating these often overlooked conditions.

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