ESSENTIAL PELVIC HEALTH
Treating women, men, and all gender diversities to identify the root cause of your symptoms. Implementing integrative and holistic treatment approaches specifically designed to get you back to living your life to the fullest as quick as possible!
AREAS OF SPECIALTY
PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLES
The Pelvic Floor consist’s of a group of muscles located at the bottom of the pelvis. These muscles are responsible for healthy bladder, bowel, and sexual function. These muscles also stabilize the pelvis and support the pelvic organs during functional mobility.
The Pelvic Floor Muscles are the foundation of our core system along with the diaphragm, and trunk stabilizing muscles. Pelvic Rehab can identify the underlying impairments contributing to pain or dysfunction in these areas, and establish a comprehensive treatment plan to restore optimal health and happiness.
What My Clients Say about Me
Happy dry girl!
I am sixty three years old and came to Essential Pelvic Health with a problem that had started two years previously. Every time I coughed, laughed or hollered (I do that a lot while sorting cattle from atop my horse), I was leaking urine! I have been doing kegel’s since my teens and they weren’t stopping the… “Happy dry girl!”
I came to Laura after decades of severe pelvic floor tension, which was affecting all my abdominal organ systems and my overall quality of life. Although I had had prior “pelvic floor PT” with other providers, it was clear from my first appointment with Laura that her expertise and sophistication far surpassed my prior providers’. In particular,… “JB”
I’ve been seeing Laura for a weekly Pelvic Therapy session for about a month now. I discovered her after years of excruciatingly painful and debilitating menstrual cramps, which in recent years had evolved into discomfort & pain during intercourse as well as during gyno visits, frequent urination, and just a general realization that there was a complete… “Rachel”
Pain-free cycling guy
As a 49 year old man, my doctor sent me to see Laura after several bouts of what we’d thought to be prostatitis. This had occurred multiple times, so we were calling it a chronic condition, but each time it seemed to respond quickly to antibiotics. I was skeptical about pelvic floor therapy. Boy, did I have a… “Pain-free cycling guy”