Pelvic Therapy for Women

At AHN, we treat incontinence (leakage), constipation, pain during intercourse, pelvic pain disorders, and postpartum and menopausal changes. You may not feel comfortable talking about these issues, but they’re very common. Roughly 33% of women will have urinary concerns and up to 50% of women are affected by pelvic pain disorders. Fortunately, they’re highly treatable. At AHN Women’s Pelvic Therapy, you receive quality, compassionate care focused on your goals and recovery.

Pelvic health services at AHN: Why choose us?

You’ll work with specially trained pelvic floor therapists devoted solely to pelvic floor disorders. We work closely with OB-GYN, behavioral health, urology, gastroenterology, colorectal surgery, and urogynecology staff to provide a wide variety of effective treatment options.

At AHN Pelvic Health Therapy, you can expect:

Convenience: Our physical therapists and health care providers offer
treatment at multiple locations throughout the community, so care is convenient
and fits into your busy life. Our goal is to provide fast recovery from pelvic
floor disorders so you can get back to the things you enjoy sooner. 

Personalized care: The same therapist will work with you throughout
your physical therapy journey. They’ll address your issues and concerns and
create an individualized plan of care for your recovery. All sessions are held
in private rooms to ensure discretion. 

Expertise: We provide a wide range of treatment options, including soft
tissue mobilization, bowel and bladder retraining, internal and external
biofeedback, joint mobilization, myofascial release, core integration strategies,
and individualized therapeutic exercise for strength, flexibility, and
relaxation. 

AHN Pelvic Health Therapy Services:
Conditions we treat

AHN provides women-focused care for pelvic floor conditions that may affect you throughout your life.

We commonly treat:

  • Frequent and urgent need to urinate
  • Fecal and urinary incontinence
  • Incomplete bladder emptying
  • Bowel dysfunction (constipation)
  • Vaginal prolapse (fullness or bulging)
  • Female sexual issues and pain from intercourse
  • Pelvic and abdominal pain and swelling related to gynecologic oncology conditions
  • Pelvic pain (endometriosis, interstitial cystitis, postpartum, and post-surgical pain)
  • Pelvic girdle pain and SI joint dysfunction
  • Vaginal stenosis (a narrowing of the vagina)
  • Pudendal neuropathy, damage to the pelvic nerves resulting in chronic pelvic pain or other pelvic floor disorders.

Contact us

For the Pittsburgh region, call (412) 854-7010 and for the Erie region, call (814) 899-7000, option 2, to request an appointment or learn more about AHN pelvic therapy services. We have locations across the region.