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.

All of the Best PT Services in One Place

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

Athletic Incontinence

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!

Postnatal Care

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


Diastasis Recti Abdominis

Neck pain with breastfeeding

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Tailbone pain or pain with sitting

General Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Uncontrolled urinary leakage

Leakage when you laugh, cough,sneeze, or jump

Sudden urge to urinate


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