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Women’s Health

“She remembered who she was and the game changed.” ~ Lalah Deliah

A woman’s body is incredible and wields unique powers to bring life into the world, nurture those around her and transform to be bold, intuitive, tough, tender, fierce and so much more. However, all of these roles too many times takes precedence over putting one’s health front and center. Truth is that you cannot be all that you were made to be if you do no take care of yourself first.

We can find SOLUTIONS for:

Chronic Pelvic Pain

Treatments include muscle re-education, strengthening, and relaxation exercises; functional activity and postural education; and soft tissue and spinal/pelvic alignment corrections.

Diastasis Recti

Treatments include appropriate and time-based exercises to strengthen your abdominal muscles and splinting to assist with the approximation of the two heads of the muscle.


Treatments include safe strengthening activities and education on safe ways to move, lift and perform daily tasks, while reducing the risk of falls.

Prenatal & Postnatal Care

Not all your pains come with the territory of being a mom. Treatments include manual therapy to address any pain that you have experienced with all the recent body changes of becoming a mom, while helping you regain your core and pelvic strength so you don’t feel those changes life-long.

Sacral Dysfunction

Treatments include manual techniques, spinal/pelvic mobilizations, muscle energy techniques and evidence-based mobility and strengthening activities.

Urinary Incontinence

1 in 3 women have urinary leakage postpartum… but only 19% of these women seek medical help.

Your pelvic floor is made up of many muscles that create a sling. These muscles can be damaged or weakened, just like any other muscle in your body, causing pain and dysfunction. Other muscles in your body help strengthen your pelvic floor too, such as your diaphragm, core muscles and back muscles.

Treatments include strengthening exercises and education on fluid, diet and lifestyle modifications.