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We focus on pain, pelvic floor, pre and postpartum, and general orthopedic conditions


Dry Needling

Pain education


Pain related conditions:

  • Acute or Chronic low back pain

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Allodynia

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis

  • Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

  • Phantom Limb Pain



Painful Bladder

  • Pain with bladder filling or emptying

  • Pelvic Pain

Constipation or Urgency

  • A strong urge (with or without leaking of urine or stool) 

  • Constipation can be the driver or consequence of pelvic floor dysfunction

Women's Health

Vulvar Pain

  •  Pain located externally, either local or    generalized

  • Hypersensitivity to region

  • Painful or sensitive intercourse or penetration 

Men's health

  • Prostatitis 

  • Post prostatectomy

  • Erectile Dysfunction

  • Peyronie's

Pink Exercise Ball


  • Low back pain

  • Cervical pain

  • Osteoarthritis

  • Shoulder, hip, or knee injuries

Back Pain Treatment



  • Pubic symphysis dysfunction

  • Low back pain, hip pain, sciactica

  • Pelvic pain

  • Any other pain or activity limitations which arise or worsen during pregnancy


  • Education and safe progression throughout the pregnancy 


Rehab and Return to Exercise

  • Appropriate for anyone at least 2 weeks postpartum

  • Assessing postpartum changes in pain, posture

  • Promote healing and optimal movement

  • Personalized treatment, education, and training in restoring core connection and strength

  • Establish exercise program for your needs and goals

Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP)

Variety of symptoms including:

  • Pelvic pressure

  • Pain/discomfort

  • Incontinence

  • Back pain, or more

Incontinence (bowel or bladder)

  • The loss of urine or stool is a strong sign of pelvic floor dysfunction

Diastasis Recti

  • See or feel a separation or bulge of the muscles down the center of your mid line

Low Back or Pelvic Pain

  • Back or pelvic pain during or after pregnancy

Painful Intercourse

  • A common and untreated condition postpartum

  • Multi-factorial in nature, typically correlated with muscle tension

Scar pain

  • Tears (perineal or episiotomy)

  • Cesarean section

  • Abdominal scars

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