Physical Therapy and Performance Lab





Women's Health

We go behind just examining the pelvis and isolated pelvic floor training. We use a comprehensive approach to therapy, examining you from head to toe. We are concerned with finding the WHY rather than chasing symptoms.


What to Expect from the First Visit: 

  • Medical History Review
  • Review of goals and activities you'd like to get back to 
  • Movement Screening Assessment of the back and hips 
  • External & Internal Examination of Pelvic Floor musculature 
  • Exercise & Stretching instructions as needed Proper Activation of Core System to safely return to exercise Treatment & Care of Plan




Turns out, 50% of female athletes experience incontinence during their lifetime. And it is not always associated with postpartum. The cause is not as simple as pelvic floor weakness--the muscles could be weak, overburdened or both. Thats where Run Raleigh comes in. A pelvic trained physical therapist will give you the tools and education to do the activities you love--leak free!



Pelvic Floor physical therapy will address dysfunctional movement patterns, pain and any feeling during Postpartum. Feel confident and comfortable as you transition into Motherhood!

→ Most common symptoms

  • Urinary or Fecal Incontinence 
  • Increased Urgency & Frequency 
  • Hemmorhoids/Anal Fissures
  •  Low back pain 
  • Painful Intercourse
  •  Sciatic pain 
  • Constipation 
  • Diastasis Recti Abdominis 
  • Neck pain with breastfeeding
  •  Pelvic Organ Prolapse 
  • Tailbone pain or pain with sitting



  • Uncontrolled urinary leakage
  • Leakage when you laugh, cough,sneeze, or jump
  • Sudden urge to urinate
  • Postpartum
  • Diastasis Recti
  • Painful with insertion or sexual activities
  • Frequent or painful urination
  • Hip or tailbone pain
  • Painful pregnancy & postpartum Painful sexual activity
  • Pelvic pressure & heaviness
  • Post-surgical pain