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Treatments may include:

Vector image of a man doing a pelvic floor exercise

Some examples of the specific treatments Core Therapy offers include:

Incontinence Functional Training
Exercises to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and core.  Functional training and biofeedback to correct pelvic floor weakness. Bladder retraining to establish a more normalized schedule for urination.


Pelvic Pain

Relaxation training of the pelvic floor musculature.  Treatment of trigger points, connective tissue mobilization, lower extremity flexibility exercises, core/abdominal strengthening. 


Low Back Pain

Core/abdominal strengthening, spinal mobilization, body mechanics training, postural re-education, lower extremity flexibility exercises, myofascial release, and trigger point release.

Strengthening, proper body mechanics, postural training, balance and coordination training, stretching, and education. Resistive exercise program to create bone growth.

Pre-Natal  Conditions
Maternity supports, manual therapy, strengthening, stretching or postural training to counter pain or aching in the lumbar, thoracic or cervical spine and combat carpal tunnel syndrome. Individual programs of exercise and positioning.

Post-Natal Conditions
Customized strengthening and endurance training.

Dry Needling

Dry needling involves the precise insertion of fine needles into specific muscular trigger points, targeting and alleviating deep-seated pelvic pain and dysfunction. This technique helps relax tight muscles, improve blood flow, and enhance healing, offering relief and improved function in the pelvic region.


Cupping therapy involves the use of suction cups on the skin to enhance circulation, relieve muscle tension, and promote healing in the pelvic region. This technique aids in reducing pain and improving mobility, offering a non-invasive approach to addressing pelvic floor dysfunctions.

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  • Biofeedback (to strengthen and retrain muscles)

  • Scar Tissue Massage

  • Trigger Point Release

  • Joint Mobilization

  • Spinal/Core Stabilization

  • Strengthening/Stretching

  • Electrical Stimulation (for pain and strengthening)

  • Ultrasound

  • Gait Training

  • Balance & Proprioception Training

  • Pain Education

  • Postural Re-education

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