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What is pelvic floor dysfunction?

The muscles of the pelvic floor effect bowel, bladder and sexual function.  When these muscles are weak or tight, have poor coordination or endurance they can create a dysfunction.  This includes symptoms such as leaking urine or stool, overactive bladder, constipation, hip girdle/tailbone or pelvic pain, pain with intercourse or tampon use and many other complaints. 

What is a Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist?

A physical therapist that specializes in the muscles of the pelvic floor.  A pelvic floor PT takes additional courses and study in order to do this.  I am a certified Pelvic Floor Practitioner through Herman and Wallace, which includes an application and exam process.  The letters “PRPC” are used to distinguish myself as an expert in the field of pelvic rehabilitation.

How long is each visit?

You will have 75 minutes reserved for your initial evaluation.  Each follow up visit is 50 minutes long, one on one with a physical therapist.  Due to times being reserved for comprehensive one on one care, there is a $45 fee if for missed appointments or cancellations with less than 24 hour notice.

Do you take my insurance?

Pure Wellness Studio is considered out-of-network with all insurances but will provide an itemized receipt for you to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement.  We accept cash, check, credit cards or HSA/FSA cards at time of treatment.  It is your responsibility to understand your out-of-network benefits.  We can provide you with an insurance worksheet help you ask the insurance company the right questions for physical therapy benefits.  If you have Medicaid, you are unable to submit your bill for reimbursement.

Do you treat male patients?

Yes, part of my certification process was evaluation and treatment of male pelvic floor.  Male pelvic pain is very often overlooked and can become chronic in nature.  It presents as bowel, bladder or sexual dysfunction including constipation, urinary urgency, pelvic pain, tailbone pain, painful sexual function, and many others. 

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