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Do you take insurance?

I am an out of network provider and fall under your out of network benefits.  A superbill is automatically generated after each session for reimbursement purposes. 

You are responsible for seeking reimbursement.

How many treatments will I need?

This will vary from person to person, but on average you can expect to be seen once a week for 12-16 weeks.  

We will take time each session to re-evaluate your progress and adjust our plan as needed.

Can I have PT if I'm pregnant?

Yes! Pelvic Floor Therapy can be an integral part of your prenatal care. It can help to relieve pregnancy related symptoms and prepare you for childbirth.


*I do request your doctor's permission before treatment.

What if I have my period?

This does not impact my ability to provide treatment, but during menstruation you may experience increased discomfort, increased laxity or general fatigue.  I leave this decision entirely up to you.

What if I'm nervous about an internal exam?

I recognize Pelvic Floor Therapy may evoke feelings of discomfort, vulnerability or apprehension. I strive to keep you as comfortable as possible, and will only move forward with interventions as you feel ready. 

Should I be doing kegels?

Highly unlikely!

Kegels are a basic contraction of the pelvic floor, and do not serve us in a functional way.  We will assess the connection and coordination of your pelvic floor and incorporate functional exercises appropriate for you! 

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