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You may feel like you have to live with pelvic dysfunction or pain. But you don’t. Pelvic floor physical therapy (PT) can help treat the underlying causes of your symptoms for long-term relief.
Pelvic floor PT is a specialty within physical therapy. Our experts have all received the necessary training and certifications to understand, identify, and effectively treat pelvic conditions.
RELIEVE PAIN · IMPROVE FUNCTION · REHAB INJURIES
Trained to treat pain and dysfunction
wherever you feel it
We work with patients from all walks of life, in every phase of life. Whether it’s pelvic pain or an orthopedic injury, with Beyond Basics you’re not alone, and you can heal.
Back and hip pain
Our PTs have a musculoskeletal background and a broad range of experience dealing with all conditions affecting the back and the hips. Our specialty training in pelvic health helps us identify pelvic floor muscle conditions that could lead to injury or pain in other parts of the body.
You’re a whole person. We treat you that way
The way PT
We take time to understand everything that’s going on inside your body, so we can get to the root cause of the issue – and get you real, lasting relief.
Your session is personal. We keep it that way.
The way PT
We see patients in private, 1-on-1, hour-long sessions. You’ll work directly with your PT for your entire treatment journey.
Leading means learning. We like it that way.
The way PT
Our therapists devote time every week to continuing education so we can offer our patients the most current, comprehensive orthopedic and pelvic floor PT.
“At first, I was confused. I could not understand how a physical therapist could help with my increasingly painful and uncomfortable bladder problems. But when I went home, I felt so much better.”
We make payment
We offer payment plans and work with many insurance plans as an out-of-network provider. Our billing support staff can walk you through everything you need to know and will submit all billing to insurance on your behalf.
We also offer interest-free financing and discounted package rates through Care Credit.
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“I talk about the pelvic ﬂoor all the time. As one of the pioneer physical therapists specializing in pelvic floor dysfunction, I have been treating patients afflicted with these disorders for over twenty years. I have seen how the exercises and therapies I prescribe — breathing, relaxing, strengthening, stretching, toning, diet — don’t just heal the disorders but can prevent them from occurring in the ﬁrst place. At the same time, these exercises and therapies can ward off the effects of aging while enhancing patients’ lives immeasurably.”
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy?
How Long Does Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Take?
What to Wear to Pelvic Floor Therapy?
To maximize your pelvic floor therapy session, please dress in athletic clothing that allows for unrestricted movement. Choose pieces that prioritize comfort, flexibility, and cushioning, such as sneakers instead of heels or loafers. Please note that you may be asked to remove certain clothing items, so consider bringing an extra pair of socks for warmth and coverage during these moments. Your therapist will provide a sheet for additional coverage. Let’s work together to achieve a successful and comfortable experience.
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What Does a Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist Do?
The expertise of a pelvic floor physiotherapist lies in the musculoskeletal system, which includes the bones, muscles, and joints, as well as internal structures like nerves, organs, and arteries. Their primary goal is to alleviate pain and dysfunction, facilitating a return to optimal functioning. To achieve this goal, the physiotherapist will guide you in improving your posture and positioning, teach you various relaxation techniques, provide a personalized home exercise program tailored to your specific needs, and explore suitable pain management treatments. Additionally, pelvic floor physiotherapists possess knowledge in areas such as pain science education, nutrition, and toileting behavior, as well as addressing concerns related to bowel, bladder, and sexual health.