Women’s Health

• An interview and discussion of your experience including symptoms, medical history, and psychosocial considerations.
• Examination/Evaluation of breathing pattern, posture, joint integrity/ mobility, muscle performance, and movement patterns.
• External Examination/Evaluation of strength, endurance and ability to relax the pelvic floor muscles, ligaments, and fascia, as well as in the surrounding areas of the hips, pelvis and back.
• A treatment plan; including goals and a timeline, along with exercises to perform at home.
• Interventions may include, but are not limited to external soft tissue techniques, pelvic floor exercises, gentle strengthening and stretching exercises, nutritional insights, lifestyle modifications, and/or breathing techniques.

Pubic bone
Pelvic floor

• Pregnancy & Post-Partum
• Under Urinary Incontinence:
• Stress urinary incontinence
• Urge urinary incontinence
• Pelvic Organ Prolapse
• Musculoskeletal conditions
• Diastasis Recti
• SI dysfunctions
• Pelvic/ Abdominal Pain
• Dyspareunia (Painful intercourse)