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Recent studies are showing that physical therapy may be a promising treatment option for some women with lifelong vaginismus. Our pelvic floor physical therapists at New Dimensions Physical Therapy are specialized in treating this diagnosis.

Pelvic Girdle Pain during pregnancy can be debilitating for many pregnant women. In the United States, roughly 33-50% of women experience pelvic girdle pain before 20 weeks of gestation and 60-70% by the late pregnancy.

A prostatectomy is a surgical procedure that removes all or part of the prostate gland. The most common cause for this surgery is prostate cancer but other causes include BPH (benign prostatic hyperplasia, also known as an enlarged prostate). The prostate gland sits be...

January 12, 2018

Scoliosis – defined by the Mayo Clinic as “a sideways curvature of the spine” – can be responsible for a broad spectrum of physical complaints, ranging from mild backaches to disabling pain and limited tolerance for physical activity. While many successful treatment op...

From the point of view of a pelvic health physical therapist, every pregnant woman should be seen by a pelvic health PT for at least 4 visits postpartum to help correct the body and normalize its state after the journey of pregnancy.  Nothing is “normal” or “easy” abou...

You've made your first appointment for pelvic floor physical therapy and no doubt have questions about what will take place.  Our physical therapists are specially trained and have extensive experience treating pelvic floor dysfunction.  Here's what you can expect duri...

Pelvic floor physical therapists are specially trained to treat pelvic health issues using non-surgical methods.  Your physical therapist will work with you to create an individualized treatment plan to help you meet your therapy goals.  You will be treated in one-on-o...