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Physical therapy for 
pelvic health

Pelvic Floor physical therapy for children, teenagers, women of all ages including those without children and those in menopause

pelvic pain

  • Endometriosis

  • Painful periods (including any condition in menstruating individuals)

  • Bladder Pain Syndrome (pain with bladder filling or emptying)

  • Interstitial Cystitis

  • Recurring UTI (or UTI-like symptoms)

  • Pain with inserting or wearing tampons or menstrual cups 

Vulvar Pain (Vulvodynia)

  • Pain of the vulvar tissue (external genital tissue)

  • Vestibulodynia - pain at the opening of the vagina with or without touch

  • Dermatological changes (sensation, color, 

  • Itching, numbness, burning, abnormal sensations or irritations of the vulvar area, vaginal opening, near urethra and/or clitorus

Pelvic floor physical therapy for scars and cesarean sections in Martinsburg, WV

Urinary Health

  • Urinary frequency and urgency

  • Urinary leakage or bedwetting 

  • Night time frequency or leakage

  • Sensation of incomplete emptying

  • Inability to start a stream of urine

  • Slow or stopping stream

  • Recurring UTI or UTI-like symptoms

  • Painful urination

Bowel Health

  • Constipation

  • Frequent or loose stools

  • Leakage of stool

  • Hemorrhoids or anal fissures

  • Painful defecation

  • Abdominal pain, bloating, or other GI distress

  • Feeling of incomplete emptying

  • Straining

Sexual Health

Pelvic floor physical therapy in Martinsburg, WV
  • Pain or difficulty with initial penetration or depth of penetration (new or persistent)

  • Decreased arousal or ability to reach climax

  • Pain or lack of sensation or pleasure with intimacy activities

  • Back hip or pelvic pain that prevents you from fully experiencing your desires

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