Exceptional Pelvic Floor Therapy for Active Recovery

Pelvic floor therapy is a vital component in the path to wellness, particularly for those recovering from injury, surgery, or managing chronic pain. Our clinic’s pelvic floor therapists are not only experts in their field but are also experienced in a diverse range of treatment modalities designed to maintain your mobility and support your recovery.

Highly Qualified Pelvic Floor Therapy Experts

Each of our pelvic floor therapists comes with a substantial background of education and practical experience. Their expertise is built on solid foundations of advanced degrees and certifications, coupled with years of treating patients with a variety of conditions and injuries.

Customized Treatment Approaches in Boise

Recognizing that every patient has unique needs, our therapists specialize in creating customized treatment plans. These plans are meticulously developed to address the individual’s specific injuries, surgical recovery needs, or chronic conditions, ensuring a more effective and personal recovery experience.

Comprehensive Treatment Spectrum

We take pride in our therapists’ versatility and their ability to provide an extensive range of treatments. Below are some of the core treatment types offered by our expert therapists.

What We Treat

Pelvic Pain

Endometriosis is most commonly characterized by painful periods, intercourse pain, pain with bowel movements, urination pain, infertility, and/or diarrhea during periods. Endometriosis refers to a condition where…


General Pelvic Health Services

There can be several reasons why someone may be experiencing symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction. Pelvic floor problems are not exclusive to women nor are they exclusive…


Pregnancy & Postpartum

Diastasis Recti can be a common condition that affects women both during and after pregnancy. This is caused by the separation of rectus abdominis muscles, which causes the connective tissue…



Prolapse refers to the descent or displacement of pelvic organs, such as the bladder, uterus, or rectum, from their normal positions. This can occur due to weakened or damaged pelvic floor muscles and connective tissues.


Bowel & Bladder Dysfunction

Incontinence is the loss of bladder control. Incontinence can be as simple as leaking urine from coughing to severe cases where you feel the urge to urinate and can end up not getting…


Sexual Health

Sexual health encompasses more than just the absence of disease; it includes physical, emotional, mental, and social aspects that contribute to a fulfilling and satisfying sexual life. At our clinic, we recognize the unique…


Diastasis Recti

Diastasis Recti, commonly known as abdominal separation, occurs when the connective tissue between the abdominal muscles stretches or weakens, causing a gap to form. This condition is often experienced by women during…


Back Pain or Sciatica

Do you wake up in the morning with that nagging back pain? Are you feeling achy pain in your back, buttock, or even thigh? Are you having to watch what you do, because you are afraid you may hurt your back? If so, pelvic…


Hip and Knee Pain

Although the hip joint is very durable, it can become worn down over time due to age or overuse. As the hip joint becomes more worn down, you are much more likely to experience chronic hip pain. Additionally, a slip and fall…


Post-Operative Care

As a leading pelvic health therapy clinic, we understand the importance of proper care following surgery. Our team of expert therapists has compiled essential tips and recommendations to help you navigate…


Foot or Ankle Pain

You spend an incredible amount of time using your feet every day, and if you are suffering from foot and ankle pain, your life can be greatly impacted. It can cause dread and agony when taking the stairs, walking a…


Shoulder Pain

Does a simple move to place a jar on a high shelf seem impossible because of shoulder pain? Do you wonder whether or not you’ll able be able to sleep on your side again without waking up in agony? Has a recent injury made…


A Focus on Active Lifestyles

We believe in not just treating the condition but also in promoting an active lifestyle that can prevent future injuries. Our therapists provide education on injury prevention and lifestyle modifications to keep you moving and enjoying the activities you love.

Evidence-Based Practice in Boise

Staying abreast of the latest research is paramount in our practice. Our therapists employ evidence-based techniques to ensure that our patients benefit from the most current and scientifically supported treatments available.

Your Partner in Health

Our therapists view themselves as your partner in health. They are dedicated to not only assisting you in recovery but also in maintaining and enhancing your overall physical well-being for the long term.