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What is Pelvic Health 101?

Twice a Year, in fall and spring we host educational seminars called Pelvic Health 101. See our flyer

Pelvic Health 101 are seminars where you learn about the relationship between pelvic floor muscles, bowel, bladder, sexual and reproductive health. We invite everyone, even children to attend seminars. They are free with reservation. The seminars give you the chance to meet an expert Physical Therapist and any of our guest speakers. We encourage patients to learn as much as they can about their conditions or the condition of someone they care for, from a professional with professional resources.

Pelvic Pain Society

PPS, a non-for profit organization, puts on an annual meeting to educate healthcare professionals on how to diagnose and manage chronic pelvic and abdominal pain, changing the lives of patients worldwide. Bringing hope to men, women, and children who suffer from pelvic pain by significantly raising public awareness and impacting individual lives. Learn more about the International Pelvic Pain Society and their annual meeting for the upcoming year. There are many benefits to becoming a member.

Become A Member

Postural Screening Class - Free Class for Those with Neck and Back Pain See our flyer.


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Don’t miss this free opportunity to learn how your alignment, flexibility and workstation set-up can be contributing to your aches and pains. Each attendee will receive a postural screen from a Doctor of Physical Therapy and leave with an individualized program to address their postural needs, including specific stretches and foam roller exercise

When and Where: Every 3 months between our Midtown and Downtown locations. 

Our next screening will take place October 10, 2019 at our downtown location. It's FREE! Click here to RSVP

Mamas 101 - A Free Educational Series for Mamas See our flyer!


Running Clinic See our flyer!


Support Resources

Alliance for Pelvic Pain Website

Most of the websites below can direct you to an appropriate healthcare provider. Some of the sites do not have addresses, but they do have individual e-mails to contact someone with a question.

  • American Physical Therapy Association; Women's Health:
    Tel: (800) 999-2782 Web Site: www.apta.org
  • American Fibromyalgia Syndrome Association:
    Tel: (520) 773-1570 Web Site: www.afsafund.org
  • American Urological Association:
    Tel: (410) 727-1100 Web Site: www.auanet.org
  • Biofeedback Certification Institute of America:
    Tel: (303) 420-2902 Web Site: www.bcia.org
  • Chronic Fatigue and Immune Dysfunction Syndrome:
    Tel: (800) 44-CFIDS Web Site: www.cfids.org
  • Endometriosis Association:
    Tel: (800) 992-3636 Web Site: www.endometriosisassn.org
  • Fibromyalgia Association:
    PO Box 2373, Centreville, VA 22020; 703-790-2324
  • International Foundation for Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders:
    Tel: (888) 964-2001 Web Site: www.iffgd.org
  • International Pelvic Pain Society:
    Tel: (847) 517-8712 Web Site: www.pelvicpain.org
  • International Society for the Study of Vulvovaginal Disease (ISSVD)
    930 N. Meacham Rd, Schaumburg, IL 60173-6016
  • International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health (ISSWSH)
    Web Site: http://isswsh.org/
  • International Urogynecological Association:
    Web Site: www.iuga.org
  • Interstitial Cystitis Association:
    Tel: (800) HELP-ICA Web Site: www.ichelp.org
  • Interstitial Cystitis Network:
    Tel: (707) 538-9442 Web Site: www.ic-network.com
  • National Association for Continence:
    Tel: (864) 579-7900 Web Site: www.nafc.org
  • National Lymphedema Network:
    Tel: (800) 541-3259 Web Site: www.lymphnet.org
  • National Vulvodynia Association:
    Tel: (301) 299-0775 Web Site: www.nva.org
  • Society for Pudendal Neuralgia:
    Email: Jeana.Dill@spuninfo.org. Web Site: www.spuninfo.org
  • Society of Urological Nurses and Associates:
    Email: suna@ajj.org Web Site: www.suna.org
  • Prostatitis Association:
    Tel: (888) 891-4200 Web Site: www prostatitis.org
  • American Physical Therapy Association:
    Tel: (800) 999-2782 Web Site: www.apta.org
  • Vulvar Pain Foundation:
    Tel: (336) 226-0704 Web Site: www.vulvarpainfoundation.org

The following websites can give you more information regarding pelvic floor dysfunction, pelvic pain, and chronic pain syndromes:

Also, there are various support groups for the different diagnosis, so depending on what your symptoms are, check out the specific website for chat rooms and patient support groups.