Many women limit their activities for fear of wetting themselves or experiencing pelvic pain. I focus on customizing treatment plans to get women back to the leak-free, pain-free active lifestyle they deserve.
I want to remove some of the barriers limiting women from getting the help they need, so I offer several avenues of treatment options, depending on your goals, budget, and life: in-person, telehealth, online programs, and in-home (for early postpartum women).
If you take away nothing else, know that you are not alone. I've been there and I understand how frustrating and isolating pelvic dysfunction can feel. I'd love to help you get to where you want to be.
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, Louisiana USA
Shreveport, Louisiana USA
Owner and operator of Plus One Physical Therapy, established in 2018 and specializing in Pelvic Issues and Women's Health.
Often pelvic issues can be tricky to diagnose and treat, here is a brief introduction into the practice as well as how to know if Pelvic Physical Therapy is right for you.
Pelvic physical therapy is centered on healing pelvic dysfunction, which can include incontinence, low back pain, dyspareunia (pain with penetration), genital pain, abdominal pain, urinary urgency, abdominal weakness, and so much more.
Here are a few revealing questions that may expose whether pelvic floor rehab is right for you:
After our first evaluation together, we will continue to schedule follow-up appointments as you need to continue the healing process.