pelvic health

what to expect

Back 2 Normal provides services that address issues specific to pelvic health in men, women and children. Our environment delivers uninterrupted private treatment and focused attention at each visit. We work closely with your medical doctor to provide streamlined communication comprehensive care. Our pelvic health team has advanced training in evaluation and treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction and is actively involved in professional and community education, including local support groups, teaching at local universities, and lecturing at national conferences in physical therapy.

We only know about some of the most intimate parts of our bodies when something goes wrong

-Tania Boler

our pelvic health program

Our integrative pelvic health and healing program addresses bowel and bladder dysfunction, pelvic pain, and sexual dysfunction, which often go untreated for years. We recognize the special needs of Mommas as well.  Addressing complications from pregnancy, labor and delivery, and in the post-natal period is critical to keeping our Moms and families healthy. Our team of experts is invested in the healing journey of our patients and getting them Back 2 Normal.

At Back 2 Normal we believe in giving back to the community and have a strong presence in St Petersburg. We offer outreach education programs on pelvic health and healing and injury prevention. All programs can be catered to personal or group needs

conditions treated include:

  • Pelvic pain (men, women, and children)
  • Pain with intercourse, endometriosis, or sexual dysfunction
  • Urinary incontinence (stress, urge, or mixed) & interstitial cystitis
  • Patients seeking minimal or non-pharmaceutical pain management
  • Prolapse prevention and care
  • SI Joint, hip, abdominal tension/pain
  • Chronic bowel leakage, constipation or IBS
  • Painful scars
  • Pre and post-operative programs
    • Prostate cancer
    • Abdominal surgeries
    • Hysterectomies
    • Hernia repair
    • C-section
  • Pregnancy & postnatal pain or complications
    • Perineal tears which can affect urinary/bowel health, as well as intercourse.
    • Diastasis Rectus Abdominis (DRA), which is a separation of the rectus abdominis. This can lead to postural instability & back pain.
    • Stress incontinence, which is common but not normal three months after delivery.
    • Post cesarean care to retrain pelvic floor & abdominal muscles, as well as mobilize the scar tissue.

healing for the body. performance for life