Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy


Pelvic floor dysfunction can manifest with various signs and symptoms but common symptoms may include: urinary incontinence, urinary urgency and frequency, fecal incontinence, pelvic pain, pain with penetrative sex, difficulty emptying the bladder or bowel, painful urination or defecation, pressure or heaviness in the genital region, and many more. Many of these issues are very common and often very treatable. We are specially trained to evaluate and treat pelvic floor dysfunctions; let us help you!

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Cupping


Cupping is a technique that is used to reduce muscle tension and improve the glide between fascia and underlying muscle tissues as movement occurs in the body. If there are soft tissue restrictions due to scar tissue, trigger points, and stagnant tissues, cupping helps to improve the mobility of these tissues to allow for better joint mobility, reduced pain, and enhanced circulation to that area.

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Dry Needling


Dry needling is a modern Western medicine technique using a small filament needle that is inserted into a tight muscle or a trigger point within a muscle to facilitate a decrease in muscular tightness to cause a reduction in pain and improved mobility within the body. It can be used for pain relief, decreased swelling, reduction in headaches/ migraines, increased joint mobility, stimulate circulation and repair of tissues, among other benefits. Our physical therapist Tiffany is Certified in Dry Needling and has extensive experience utilizing this technique within her treatment plans.

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Kinesiotaping


Kinesiotaping is a version of athletic tape that is used to enhance recovery and aid in better movement mechanics and pain relief. It can be utilized for a variety of reasons: decrease pain, facilitate improved postural awareness, support joints, facilitate or inhibit muscular activity, decrease swelling, decrease bruising from soft tissue injury, and add proprioception to a specific area of the body. This is often utilized in conjunction with other therapeutic interventions. Our physical therapist Tiffany has a Certification from Rock Tape in kinesiotaping.

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