Our highly skilled pelvic health physical therapist is a board-certified doctor of physical therapy with additional training and expertise in the pregnant and postpartum body.
Each postpartum body is different. Experiences can range based on previous fitness level, delivery method, and supportive care. The unique knowledge of the prenatal and postpartum body allows our pelvic physical therapist to assess your body and its needs. At Fox Physical Therapy, your care plan is carefully designed with your body and goals in mind. We want to get you back to doing what you love. Throw on your yoga pants and sneakers, see us, and let’s get you movin’.
Feel and move better today.
- Pregnancy & Postpartum Care
- Pelvic Pain
- Bladder Health Dysfunction
- Scar Tissue Mobilization
- Postpartum Return to Sports
- Tailbone Pain
- Post-Surgical Care
C-Section, Hernia, Hysterectomy
- Core Weakness - Diastasis Recti
- Labor Prep
- Clogged Milk Duct
- Pain with Intercourse
WHAT TO EXPECT
You will be evaluated and treated by a Doctor of Physical Therapy who has completed additional training in pelvic floor dysfunction. Your pelvic health physical therapist is here to listen to your concerns. All sessions are conducted in a private treatment room to provide a safe and comfortable healing environment. You are welcome to bring your partner, friend, or family member; new parents are welcome to bring their infant.
After an initial discussion of your symptoms, your Physical Therapist will evaluate your pelvic floor function through external and internal examination. Your therapist will design a treatment plan that addresses your concerns and improves your pelvic floor function. Your treatment may include manual therapy, soft tissue mobilization, education on proper body and lifting mechanics, exercise progression, and integration of neuromuscular techniques, all while addressing your unique needs and goals! With a background in orthopedics, we can treat your body as a whole and provide a holistic treatment. We pride ourselves on treating the whole person and working together to create a plan of care that will get you back to the things you love to do without limitation or pain.
Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Initial Evaluation
In a private one-hour session with a doctor of physical therapy, you can expect an in-depth conversation about your health history and a forward-looking discussion about your goals. Your practitioner will complete a comprehensive evaluation and movement analysis based on your unique situation. Together, you will develop a care plan best to meet your schedule, needs, and goals. In this session, you will also undergo an initial treatment, which will include educating you on your anatomy and prognosis, self-care, modifications, and exercises to do independently.
Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Follow-Up
Follow-up treatments will be scheduled according to the comprehensive plan you designed with your practitioner in your initial consultation. Follow-up appointments can range from 45-60 minutes spent on your unique situation and care plan.
Massage and Bodywork
- 60-Minute Massage
- 90-Minute Massage
Prenatal and Postnatal
- 60-Minute Massage
- 90-Minute Massage
Dry needling is a technique of targeted myofascial release to support healing through improved blood flow, muscular response, and movement patterns.
You May Benefit From Evaluation For the Following Conditions
- Are currently pregnant
- Are postpartum and experiencing pain, diastasis recti or incontinence
- Are postpartum and need some help returning to sport and/or exercise
- Leak urine when you weight lift, cough, sneeze, laugh, run, or during other activities
- Leak urine as soon as you feel the urge to use the toilet
- Experience pelvic pain with sexual activity
- Experience pain around the tailbone
- Have a feeling of heaviness or fullness in the pelvis
- Are recovering from abdominal surgery