About physical therapy for pelvic pain and incontinence, as well as for women during and after pregnancy.

Pelvic Health PT is a specialized orthopedic approach to treating women and men who suffer from conditions that stem from dysfunctional pelvic floor musculature.  Pelvic floor dysfunction can arise from pregnancy, injury, infection, childbirth, surgeries, constipation, medication, or neuromuscular diseases.  This dysfunction can then lead to a variety of issues like urinary or fecal incontinence, urgency, pelvic pain, bowel disorders, or sexual dysfunction.  At Langford, our pelvic PT’s will give you an hour of 1 on 1 care, that will focus on your specific issues and help solve them with knowledge, compassion, and care.


Some conditions we treat: 

  • Stress Incontinence
  • Urge Incontinence/Frequency
  • Pelvic Pain- dyspareunia, vulvadynia, vestibulodynia, prostatitis, endometriosis, interstitial cystitis, coccydenia, and anal rectal pain, episiotomy scar pain
  • Post surgerical rehabilitation – post mastectomy, prolapse repair, cesareans, abdominal surgeries, radiation, and prostate surgeries
  • Bowel dysfunction – constipation, IBS, fecal incontinence
  • Pregnancy and postpartum care – SI pain, lumbar pain, pubic symphasis dysfunction, diastisis recti, return to sport safely and effectively to prevent future injury
  • Pelvic organ prolapse

Some treatment options we use:

  • Bladder retraining
  • Bowel retraining
  • Therapeutic Exercise- Pelvic floor and core exercises
  • Behavioral modification
  • Patient education
  • Modalities – biofeedback, ultrasound and electrical stimulation
  • Manual Therapy – external and internal myofascial release
  • Visceral Mobilization
  • Neural Mobilization
  • Vaginal or rectal dilator retraining
  • Postural education
  • Self Management Strategies
  • Therapeutic Dry Needling

What to expect during treatment here at Langford:

Upon your initial evaluation, your history or referral will lead the clinician to appropriate examination.  This will include a comprehensive musculoskeletal examination that will focus on all components that may be contributing to your issue.  All pelvic floor therapists have their own private room for treatment purposes.  If you need to have a pelvic examination, it is only done with your consent; and usually internal treatment will not be given on the initial examination.   Come dressed in comfortable clothing that lets you move easily, and know that you can ask your physical therapist anything about your symptoms, treatment, or options at any time!



Meet Our Women's Health Physical Therapists