- Urinary leakage
- Pelvic pain
- Preparation for or recovery from gender-affirming surgery
- Pain with intercourse
- Preparation for or recovery from surgeries to replace or repair injured joints or muscles
- Before, during and after pregnancy care for you and your baby
- Joint pain or instability
- Muscular strains or injury
- Back and/or neck pain
- Chronic pain issues
- Neurologic conditions
- Pediatric PT for all of the above and more
- Any other bodily aches or pains
What is Pelvic Health Physical Therapy?
Pelvic health Physical Therapy can be useful for any condition surrounding the pelvis, including genitals, urinary organs, bowels, pelvic floor muscles and deep core muscles. Through massage, manual therapy and exercise, most pain and dysfunction in this area can be addressed.
Rainbow Embrace Physical Threapy specializes in pelvic health PT for trans, non-binary, intersex, and genderqueer populations. We take a trauma-informed, kink-aware, and LGBTQIA+ inclusive approach in our treatment methodology.
Pelvic health Physical Therapy is appropriate for pre and post surgical procedures including: prostatectomy, vaginoplasty, hysterectomy, vaginectomy, metoidioplasty, neophallus placement, cesarean births, abdominal surgery and many more. Treatment is also available for before, during and after pregnancy, regardless of gender.
At Rainbow Embrace Physical Therapy, we care about YOU, not your insurance plan.
This is why we do not bill through insurance.
Depending on your insurance plan, you still may receive some reimbursement from your insurance. REPT will give you all the necessary documentation to self-submit for this. We work with every type of budget.
Absolutely. Our job is to give you the tools necessary to manage the physical issues you are having on your own. We can teach you self massage and other manual techniques for pain relief as well as exercises to strengthen or stretch affected areas.
We sure can. There are manual techniques, exercises and devices that can be useful in alleviating these issues.
I was given a dilator after receiving a vaginoplasty surgery, but I’m having trouble using it, is this the right place for me?
Yes! We are trained in this area and we can give you the skills necessary to successfully use your dilator to improve comfort and function in that area.
We can indeed. The pelvic floor contributes to the ability to successfully excrete and hold in our urine. With strengthening of the pelvic floor and other surrounding structures, we can come up with a treatment plan to improve this issue.