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Your pelvic floor is a small group of muscles that rests inside your pelvis and acts as a "hammock" or support system for your pelvic organs.


These muscles also have to be able to elongate fully and contract fully in order to give you full stability of your low back and pelvis, allow you to have normal bowel and bladder function, as well as painfree sexual intercourse!


A pelvic floor physical therapist will help you identify the parts of your pelvis that aren't moving properly, and get you back to optimal function.

At PIVOT Physical Therapy, we specialize in treating pelvic health conditions with NO surgeries, pills or drugs. 

We provide full rehabilitation treatment naturally!

  • Improve your bowel, bladder, and sexual function

  • Reduce pain with sitting, standing, walking, and running

  • Eliminate prolapse and be the strongest you've ever been

Frequently Asked Questions

What do they do in Pelvic Floor Therapy?

At PIVOT, we realize that pelvic floor issues do not exist in isolation. We start with a movement analysis of the whole body, then zero in on the pelvis and pelvic floor, if that is truly what is causing your issues. Exam will include an external and internal pelvic exam, looking at joints, tissue quality, and control of muscles.

What happens during a pelvic floor exam?

The internal examination of the pelvic floor is performed through either the vaginal or the anal opening. The therapist uses a single gloved digit (finger) to palpate each individual muscle, find tender or tight trigger points, and map out the strength and control of the muscle group.

What are the symptoms of weak pelvic floor muscles?

Weak pelvic floor muscles can be either too short or too long/underactive. Weakness of pelvic floor may look like: heaviness/bulging in the vaginal region, urine leakage with jumping, coughing, or sneezing, pain with activity, feeling of instability, and more.

How do you know if you need Pelvic Floor Therapy?

Our belief is that everyone could benefit from at least a session of pelvic floor therapy, to get to know your muscles and how to use them! If it's healthy to work out and stretch your other muscles, why wouldn't it be the same for the pelvic floor? Sign up for a free consultation to ask questions and find out if you are the right candidate.