Coronavirus Update: We Are Open and Now Accepting New Patients.
However, Appointments Are Severely Limited. Please Call ASAP to Avoid A Long Wait Time.


Category: Physical Therapy

Nov2nd 2020

What is the Pelvic Floor and how do Physical Therapists Treat It?

Our pelvic floor is a difficult muscle to visualize and understand, yet the role these muscles play is vital in many of our unconscious everyday activities. How can we train a muscle we can’t see and sometimes, can’t even feel? ‘I pee when I jump, I pee when I cough, I have pain during sex,’

Read Full Post

Oct26th 2020

How Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Can Help Urinary Incontinence

You’re in a store, trying to get your grocery shopping done or shop for a new outfit, and all of a sudden, you have to go. You look around desperately trying to spot a restroom, and when you see one, you speed up your pace and head straight for it, hoping it’s not too obvious that you’re

Read Full Post

Oct19th 2020

When Your Body Talks, Are You Listening?

We are in constant conversation with our bodies. I always tell my patients to listen to what their body is telling them about their health. When we exercise, we are telling it we want to be strong and able. When we put good food into it, we are asking it to return to us, energy

Read Full Post

Oct12th 2020

Pelvic Floor Therapy Could Change Your Life

Pelvic pain is no joke. The pelvic area is an important part of the body that serves many purposes, especially for women. Pelvic pain can happen at different points throughout your menstrual cycle, during pregnancy, after giving birth, and even as a result of an underlying condition. Some pelvic conditions may also result in painful

Read Full Post