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Pelvic Health Physical Therapy Services

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Pelvic Health Physical Therapy Services

Hudson Valley Physical Therapy emphasizes quality one on one treatment sessions for all. We don’t “dabble” in Pelvic Health Physical Therapy, we exclusively focus on pelvic floor conditions and dysfunctions. You will receive the full attention of a highly trained licensed professional within the privacy and comfort of our office. Our focus is finding long-lasting relief by treating the “why” of your symptoms and not just the symptoms themselves.


Our services include:

  • Comprehensive musculoskeletal and biomechanical evaluation, including pelvic floor muscle assessment.
  • Advanced external and/or internal manual therapy techniques such as soft tissue mobilization, myofascial release, visceral manipulation, nerve manipulation, craniosacral therapy, and scar massage.
  • Treatment plans individualized for YOU and your specific goals
    • No cookie cutter exercises
    • No being handed off to an aide or to someone who does not
      understand your condition
  • Educating you on your condition, the role of pelvic physical therapy in
    helping you heal and how best you can manage your
    symptoms/condition to live the life you want to live.

What We Treat

Pelvic Floor Conditions Treated

Musculoskeletal Pain/Dysfunction

Diastasis Recti

Hip pain

Low back pain

Muscle pull or strains in the pelvic and/or groin region

Neck pain

Post hip labral tear or other injuries of the hip

Sacrioliac joint pain/dysfunction

Tailbone/Coccyx pain or injury
Symptoms of Coccygodynia include tailbone pain when sitting, standing, and/or from sitting to standing positions. The muscles of the pelvic floor attach to the tailbone. When these muscles become tight, they can cause tailbone pain. For more information, see

TMJ pain/dysfunction

Bowel Dysfunction

Pain before, during or after a bowel movement

Anal Incontinence (involuntary loss of stool or gas or staining of underclothes)

Incomplete Defecation (inability to have a complete bowel movement)


Urinary Dysfunction

Urinary frequency (urinating more than every 2 hours)

Urinary urgency (strong urge to void, but often the bladder is not full)

Stress incontinence (loosing urine w/ coughing/sneezing/laughing)

Urge incontinence (inability to hold urine during strong urges)

Post Prostatectomy Urinary Leakage

Interstitial cystitis (Painful Bladder Syndrome)
Symptoms include pain above the pubic bone, burning before, during, or after urination, incomplete bladder emptying, and urinating frequently at night. The bladder and urethra are in close proximity to the pelvic floor muscles. When these muscles become tight, these symptoms can occur. For more information, see

Post-Surgical Care

Post Prostatectomy

Post Abdominal Surgery care (such as Hernia repair, Endometriosis Excision surgery or Small Bowel Obstruction surgery)

Post Pelvic Surgery Care (such as Pelvic Reconstruction surgery, Hernia Repair, Circumcision, Vasectomy, Hemorrhoid surgery)

Pelvic Pain Syndromes

Chronic nonbacterial prostatitis (Category IIIA or IIIB)
Chronic nonbacterial prostatitis, also known as chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CP/CPPS) is a pelvic pain syndrome without evidence of infection. It has a wide range of symptoms. It can be described as persistent relapsing pain or discomfort in any of the following areas: Urethra, Between rectum and testicles (perineum), Tip of the penis (not related to urination), Below the waist, in your pubic or bladder area, Testicles. Some of the functional symptoms are: Pain or burning during urination, Pain or discomfort after ejaculation, A sensation of pain in the lower back and upper legs, A sensation of pain in the groin and above the bladder, A sensation of pain or burning high up in the penis (urethra), A sensation of not emptying the bladder completely after finishing urinating, Lowering of libido (sexual desire). For more information, see]Chronic nonbacterial prostatitis

Genital pain (Such as Vulvovaginal Pain, Testicular Pain, Penile Pain, Anorectal Pain)

Levator ani syndrome
Levator ani syndrome is episodic rectal pain caused by the spasms of the rectal muscle, called the levator ani. This syndrome consists of pain, Gluteal discomfort and distress in the rectal area, and spreads to the region of the sacrum and coccyx. The pain and discomfort is often aggravated by sitting. The Levator Ani Syndrome is also known as Proctodynia, Proctalgia Fugax, Coccygodynia and Levator Ani Spasm Syndrome. The chief cause is chronic pelvic floor muscle tension or myalgia.]Chronic nonbacterial prostatitis

Pain during intercourse

Painful bladder syndrome/interstitial cystitis

Painful urination (not related to UTI)

Persistent genital arousal disorder

Post-surgical pain in the pelvis, groin, or genital region

Pudendal nerve entraptment

Pre-Natal and Post-Partum Physical Therapy

Disastasis Recti

Hip pain

Low back or SI joint pain

Pain with intercourse (dyspareunia)

Persistent episiotomy scar pain

Pelvic organ prolapse

Post-op caesarean section pain

Post-partum postural re-education and strengthening

Pubic symphysis pain

Urinary or fecal incontinence

Hudson Valley Physical Therapy

Hours of Operation

9:00am – 7:00pm

7:30am – 7:00pm

8:00am – 4:00pm

280 North Central Avenue
Suite 211
Hartsdale, NY 10530

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