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Pelvic Pain

Pelvic floor dysfunction can manifest into chronic pelvic pain conditions for both women and men. The pelvic floor muscles also work to strengthen the low back, stabilize the pelvic bones, and help with sexual function. Chronic pelvic pain symptoms can manifest themselves in the lower abdomen, pelvis, or perineum and genitalia. Pelvic pain can be caused by problems such as pelvic joint dysfunction; muscle imbalance, weakness and trigger points within the muscles of the pelvic floor, trunk, and/or pelvis; incoordination of the muscles related to bowel and bladder function; and entrapment of one or more nerves in the pelvis. Our therapists are experts at diagnosing and treating complex, pelvic pain conditions. The conditions we treat include:

* Vulvodynia
* Painful Bladder Syndrome
* Pudendal Neuralgia
* Endometriosis
* Coccydynia
* Sacroiliac Joint Pain
* Pubic Pain
* Low Back Pain
* Painful Sex