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Glow During Pregnancy

Suffering should not be the norm. Prepare your body for childbirth.

Bounce Back

Self-care is critical. Set the example for your baby.

Postpartum: Excited But Exhausted?

Good news! That’s normal. Tetter news! We can help ensure it doesn’t become your new normal.


Most folks know that physical therapists treat muscles and soft tissue (think tennis elbow or sprained ankle).

Pelvic physical therapy is the same thing! Often, it is the musculoskeletal system surrounding the pelvis that causes pelvic pain.


  • Exhaustion
  • Low Back Pain
  • Pelvic Pain
  • Diastasis Recti
  • Prolapse
  • Urinary leakage
  • C-section or vaginal delivery scar-sensitivity or management questions

The first months after childbirth are exciting, and yes, exhausting. The good news—what you’re experiencing is common to nearly all moms. The better news—PTS can help ensure it does not become your new normal. You don’t have to go through alone! PTS is uniquely committed to helping you reduce and eliminate postpartum pain, discomfort, and uncertainty

Whether you had your baby six weeks ago or 16 years ago, PTS is committed to returning you to full health. Don’t worry about finding a sitter—please bring your baby or children! We have private treatment rooms so that your family can stay with you without any concerns.​

Check out our segment on Fox 31 News.


After delivery, most women are told to “do Kegels,” which are exercises meant to strengthen a weak pelvic floor.

If strengthening is the best therapeutic option, the issue is that 51% of women do not perform a Kegel properly with verbal cueing alone, according to a recent research survey.

Sometimes, if a problem is stemming from tight pelvic floor muscles, strengthening can increase pelvic pain!

Is “doing Kegels” simple advise? Yes. Healing and helpful? Often not.



of Men Will Experience Musculoskeletal Related
Pelvic Pain


of women in a study attempted Kegels in a manner that would INCREASE incontinence

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