Whether you have had a hysterectomy, prolapse repair, hemorrhoidectomy, surgery associated with rectal/bladder cancer, endometriosis, post prostatectomy, back surgery or hip surgery it is possible for your pelvic floor muscles to respond in a way that can cause pain or dysfunction.

Disorders

  • Dysuria: Pain during urination or difficulty urinating.
  • Scar and myofascial restrictions from surgeries including C-sections, abdominal surgeries, hemorrhoidectomy, vaginal scar, or cancer related treatments.

Symptoms

  • Abdominal/groin pain.
  • Bladder or bowel incontinence.
  • Painful urination or difficulty urinating.
  • Constipation or slow transit time.
  • Painful intercourse.
  • Pelvic pain.
  • Abdominal tightness or restrictions.

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I feel very fortunate to have found Rosie. With her help and guidance, I have been able to control my overactive bladder and to avoid medication and or botox treatments recommended by a urologist. Rosie gave a very thorough initial interview and exam to help determine the best treatment. She was always very professional, at the same time very pleasant and approachable.