Pelvic pain can afflict people of all ages, genders and sexual orientations. Often an uncomfortable topic – many choose to forgo discussing these issues out of fear or shame leading to isolation. Conversely, these issues have been normalized and have led many individuals to believe that there is no hope and “this is just the way it is.”
Pelvic floor muscles are a group of muscles that sit at the base of the pelvis.
Without them, we would merely cease to function optimally as their roles and
responsibilities range from support, to sphincteric to sexual appreciation.
Sometimes, there can be an issue in the absence of pain impacting a client’s ability to
participate in society, take vacations, or even enjoy life's simple pleasures
like watching a movie.
My goal is to provide an environment that promotes open and honest dialogue
aiming to demystify any concerns or questions that may often feel too intimate or sensitive to discuss. Often, clients do not know how to pose these questions to their providers with ongoing problems that never get resolved. I believe that by listening to your story, the answers reveal themselves, allowing an ease in discussing topics that formally may have
seemed too off-limits to speak of out loud.
Pelvic floor pain/ weakness / incoordination/ tightness
Pre and Post-Partum Health
Dyspaneuria – painful sex
Frequency / Stress/ Urinary Incontinence – leakage of bowels/bladder/gas
Pelvic pain: abdominal pain, vulvar disorders, vaginisimus, testicular pain, pudendal neuralgia
Constipation / overactive pelvic floor
Coccydynia / Coccyx fractures