Conditions I Treat

Stress Urinary Incontinence

Do you have any leaking of urine when you sneeze, jump, or cough?

Pelvic Pain

Includes pain anywhere in the pelvic region It could be due to a variety of origins. From: vulvodynia, coccydynia, vestibulodynia, pudendal nerve compression or irritation, painful intercourse, etc.

Diastasis Recti

Have you noticed that since the birth of your child, your abdominal muscles bulge out? Do you still look pregnant? Or do u notice a separation?

Fecal Incontinence

Have you noticed any fecal matter present in your underwear? Do you leak gas by accident and/or are you afraid to in fear that you may leak stool?


Pain does not have to be a part of pregnancy. Your body changes a lot. I can help you find comfortable ways to make it through your pregnancy, with as little discomfort as possible

Urge Urinary Incontinence

Do you urinate greater than 7 times a day or always need to void when you hear water running?

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Do you experience a heaviness or a falling out feeling in your vaginal area?

Overactive bladder

Do you constantly go all day long? You may need to retrain your bladder to go when you want to go.

Bowel Dysfunctions

Do you have a hard time eliminating stool ? Are you frequently constipated or need to go again quickly after leaving the restroom? Is it difficult to tell if you are pushing


Let's address any discomfort or strength changes now. The best time to address a concern is as quickly as possible, that way you get back to living a life without pain or incontinence. A postpartum checkup will address any postural changes, strength deficits, find and treat any pain, and go over appropriate postpartum exercises for you.

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