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Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

True Healing in a Soothing Environment

Pelvic pain in both men and women may be caused by numerous factors including joint dysfunction, muscle imbalance and weakness, nerve pressure, tender points, and post-surgical scarring.

At Restore, our therapists have experience in both orthopedics and pelvic floor physical therapy. They provide pelvic floor patients with a two-step evaluation that screens for pelvic dysfunctions as well as orthopedic issues that can cause or contribute to pelvic pain. 

Patients always have the undivided attention of their therapist for the full hour of their initial evaluation. During the evaluation and in each 40-minute session that follows, patients receive treatment, expert advice, and a customized plan of care in a serene, private environment. 

We realize that the trust and comfort of the patient are essential to providing the highest quality care. That's why our office is small and relaxing, far from the chaos and fluorescent lighting of hospitals and busy doctors' offices.

At Restore, we treat numerous pelvic floor conditions, including:


Interstitial Cystitis

Coccydynia (pain in the tailbone)

Dyspareunia (Painful sex due to vaginal dryness, weak pelvic muscle support, hormonal changes, stress, high tone of the pelvic floor, or a history of abuse)


Hip / Groin Pain

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Low Back Pain

Muscle Spasms in the Pelvic Floor

Pudendal Neuralgia

Prenatal and Postpartum Care

Post-Surgical Rehab (C-Section, Hysterectomy, Prostatectomy, Episiotomy, Abdominal or Pelvic Surgeries)

Organ Prolapse (Bladder Prolapse, Uterine Prolapse)

Chronic Prostatitis


SI Joint Pain or Dysfunction

Vaginismus (involuntary contractions causing painful sex)

Vestibulodynia and Vulvodynia (burning, stinging, or rawness of the vulva)

Pelvic Pain in Men (testicular, penile, and rectal pain)

Proctodynia/levator ani syndrome (episodic rectal pain caused by spasm of the levator ani muscle)

Urinary Incontinence, Retention, Frequency, and Urgency 

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