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Women's Health Services


Pelvic and Abdominal Pain

SI Joint Pain

Coccyx "Tailbone Pain"

Painful Scarring

Post-Mastectomy Scarring/Cording

Urinary Incontinence/Urgency

Fecal Incontinence/Urgency

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Pain with Intercourse

Pelvic Floor Pain

Chronic Pelvic Pain

Pelvic Floor Weakness

Pelvic Instability

Diastasis Recti

Low Back Pain With Pregnancy

Pubic Bone Pain



Many women feel that pain or incontinence during or following pregnancy is just "part of having a baby."  And certainly, while some body aches and pains are common, they aren't always necessary.  Often during pregnancy, the pelvis can rotate/twist/elevate causing pain around the hips, back, SI joint and pubic bone.  Fortunately, there are very gentle and safe techniques that can be done to alleviate this, and some of these techniques can be taught to the patient to perform at home.  Maintaining pelvic alignment during pregnancy has also been shown to improve the chances of having a safe vaginal delivery.   And while increased weight and pressure of carrying a baby can result in incontinence, this too can be improved or eliminated through pelvic floor strengthening both during and after delivery.  Myofascial work and pelvic floor strengthening can be some of the most important self-care you can do during pregnancy.   I also encourage all women to schedule a postpartum assessment to evaluate pelvic alignment, pelvic floor strength, diastasic recti, and any other areas of restriction that may have occurred during the pregnancy or during delivery. This will put your body back on the path to full recovery.  

Pelvic Fascial Restrictions

Chronic pelvic pain can have many causes, but many women are left without answers when diagnostic tests don't show anything.  Fascial restrictions in and around the pelvis are more common than you might think and cause a variety of symptoms (pain, bloating, cramping, sluggish digestion, back pain, pain with intercourse, hip pain etc) and these restrictions will not show up on imaging techniques.  The organs are so integrated within the fascial system that one can affect the other.  Old injuries, abdominal or pelvic surgical scars, Endometriosis, or even emotional trauma can cause or worsen fascial restrictions within the pelvis.  Many women have found relief with myofascial treatments and have learned how to help manage or eliminate their pain with home techniques.  

Evaluation (90 min) $130

1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW

Treatment (60 min) $100

+012 345 6789

Treatment (90 min) $150

Recommendations for Appointments

Always dress in loose fitting clothing or bring shorts, tank top or sports bra. There may be several areas treated during one visit, and it is important to be able to get directly on the skin as well as to assess the body without the obstruction of clothing.

Avoid putting on lotions or creams on the skin before an appointment. This makes it difficult to treat the affected area without sliding on

the skin.

Note about Pelvic Floor Treatments:

While every effort is made to treat externally, there are some circumstances where internal treatment is necessary to assess and treat the pelvic floor muscles. If this form of treatment is appropriate, it will be discussed with you prior and you will have time to make sure you are comfortable with the treatment plan. 

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