Female Pelvic Health

Pelvic discomfort can be uncomfortable, confusing, and upsetting but at Inner Dynamics Physical Therapy we are here to help you. The pelvic region is composed of a multitude of muscles collectively known as the pelvic floor. These muscles run from the pubic bone in the front, to the coccyx in the back. They are responsible for a multitude of various functions including postural support and stability, bladder and bowel control, organ support and sexual functions. These muscles are skeletal muscles that can be affected just like any other skeletal muscle in our body. When affected, you may experience symptoms including vaginal, clitoral or rectal pain, pain before, during or following intercourse, pain with menstruating, constipation, vaginal sensitivity and also changes in bladder and bowel habits. We treat these symptoms to help you restore your overall well-being.

At Inner Dynamics Physical Therapy, we take a full body approach. We decipher, not only what is causing your current discomfort, but also why it developed, and how we can prevent it from returning in the future. We look at your overall strength, endurance, mobility, coordination, and so forth, in order to improve your quality of life.  We have highly qualified doctor of physical therapy clinicians that perform an initial evaluation to determine an effective, individualized plan of care to address your primary concerns. Your first visit will start by discussing your past medical history and your current symptoms in order to have a better understanding of how your pelvic pain affects your day to day functions. A thorough examination and assessment will be performed to determine the optimal treatment approach by determining the musculoskeletal and neuromuscular origins of your pain. We understand you are visiting our office due to the discomfort and pain you have been experiencing so we try to make our initial evaluation and follow up visits as comforting as possible with a nurturing approach. Your physical therapist will take the time to discuss all the findings throughout the exam and how we can work together to restore your well-being.

Common conditions treated. 

  • Vulvar vestibulitis
  • Vaginismus
  • Vulvodynia
  • Dyspareunia
  • Anorectal pain
  • Coccyx pain
  • Post-gynecological cancer pain


  • Pudendal neuralgia
  • Sciatica
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Endometriosis 
  • Abdominal pain
  • Sacroiliac pain 
  • Interstitial Cystitis
  • Nerve Dysfunction

How did my condition develop?

Pelvic discomfort can originate from a multitude of factors. Pain can develop over time or be due to a specific incidence. We can treat pelvic pain that has developed after an injury, development of a condition, surgery, infection or problem that has been developing for a significant amount of time. It truly is never too late to try pelvic physical therapy to address your concerns.

I am ready to make a positive change in my life. 

Pelvic physical therapy can play an intricate role in reducing pelvic pain and dysfunction in order to restore a more functional and improved quality of life. Call for your initial evaluation at 732-508-9926.  

We invite you to read through our testimonials showing how we have changed the lives of so many people.



For more questions regarding our services and conditions we treat, please call our office at 732-508-9926 or you may view our frequently asked questions on our website.