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Pelvic Floor and Orthopedic Physical Therapy in a Healing, Supportive Environment

Empowering and educating women and people of all genders on their health, pregnancy, and postpartum journeys to return to function and live their best lives-- with no limitations.

At FeminoCentric PT, we pride ourselves on providing the highest quality care to help you get back to your normal activities as quickly as possible. Reach out today to learn more about our full-service Physical Therapy Clinic.

Our Services

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Pelvic Floor diagnoses we treat:

Pain with sex
Pelvic Pain (dyspareunia, vulvodynia, vaginismus, pudendal neuralgia)
Urinary leakage
Urinary urgency/ frequency
Sacroiliac joint/ pubic bone pain
Tailbone pain
Pelvic organ prolapse



Sacroiliac joint or pubic bone pain (SPD)
Low back pain
Hip pain
Urinary leakage
Pelvic organ prolapse
Diastasis Recti/Abdominal wall muscle separation
Pelvic floor muscle/core strengthening

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Birth Prep  and postpartum planing for Pelvic Floor

A course to help mamas and their birth partners to feel mentally and physically empowered, educated and prepared for labor and a vaginal delivery.


We'll go through laboring positions, pain management, and pushing techniques to bring your baby into your arms and keep your body safe in the process.


By the end of this course you should expect to learn


  • Ways to improve pelvic health outcomes during labour

  • Laboring and birthing positions

  • Breathing and relaxation strategies

  • Postpartum pelvic health recovery



Diastasis Recti/Abdominal wall muscle separation 
Cesarean scar tissue restriction
Urinary leakage
Recovery from vaginal or cesarean birth
Return to exercise
Low back or hip pain
Pelvic organ prolapse
Pelvic floor muscle and core strengthening



We are experienced in the management and treatment of any musculoskeletal dysfunction including spinal, extremities, and post-surgical interventions.

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Pediatric Pelvic Floor Therapy

Daytime incontinence

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