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Your pelvic floor is vital to daily function,
but you don’t think about it
...until something goes wrong.

Are You Struggling With...

Hip or back pain

Pelvic pressure or pain 

Pain with sex or difficulty with orgasm

Leaks when exercising

Constantly having to pee/never really empty


Bloating and Flatulence



Pudendal Neuralgia

Tailbone Pain (Coccydynia)

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Pain with Sex (Vaginismus)

Vulvodynia / Vestibulodynia

Pelvic Floor Muscle Spasm

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Chronic Constipation

Interstitial Cystitis


Post Hysterectomy Pain

Painful Bladder Syndrome

Erectile Dysfunction


Testicular and scrotal pain


Low Back Pain


Hip / Groin Pain

SI Joint Pain or Dysfunction

Hip Labral Dysfunction

Vestibular/Balance and Dizziness

Neck, shoulder, midback, knee, ankle or foot pain


Pain With Intercourse (Dyspareunia)

Pubic Symphysis Pain

Post-Partum Prolapse

Cesarean Section Scars

Episiotomy scars

Diastatis Recti

Low Back, Hip, or Groin Pain

Post-Partum Incontinence

Thoracic spine and shoulder pain



Orthopedic or Pelvic conditions lasting > 6 months​

Stress and Anxiety 

Incontinence: Bowel and Bladder

Urinary Dysfunction: Hesitancy, Frequency, Urgency, Retention 

Post Surgical Care: Any abdominal or pelvic surgery, Hysterectomy, Episiotomy, C-Section

Pelvic Floor Therapy Helps in 5 Ways

Improved Pelvic Organ Support

Pelvic floor physical therapy focuses on strengthening and supporting the pelvic floor muscles, enhancing the support provided to pelvic organs such as the bladder, uterus, prostate and rectum.


Enhanced bowel and bladder control

Your pelvic floor muscles maintain bowel and bladder control. With improved muscle tone and coordination, forget urinary frequency, urgency, hesitancy and leakage and bowel irregularities like irritable bowel syndrome.


Alleviation of pelvic pain

Pelvic pain can significantly impact your life and overall well-being. Manual techniques, stretching, relaxation exercises, and biofeedback can help reduce pain and discomfort associated with pelvic floor conditions.


Sexual Function

Your pelvic floor muscles play a crucial role in sexual function, including arousal, sensation, and orgasm. Therapy improves muscle strength, relaxation and coordination, so you regain confidence and enjoyment in sex.


Pre and Postnatal Health

Pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum recovery changes your pelvic floor. During pregnancy, therapy can help prepare the pelvic floor for childbirth and reduce pain and discomfort. After birth, therapy aids in pelvic floor rehabilitation, pelvic floor weakness, urinary or fecal incontinence and perineal healing. Even if your pregnancy was 30 years ago - your body is still postpartum.


You can continue to suffer in silence - or you can jump back in that saddle with a pelvic floor specialist.

By strengthening your pelvic floor muscles, you can reduce the symptoms associated with pelvic organ prolapse, such as urinary or fecal incontinence and pelvic pressure.


We serve Pregnant to Postpartum Women (and you’re always postpartum), Active Men, Women in Peri Menopause or Full Fledged Menopause 

Step 1: Book Initial Eval

A thorough examination to determine the root cause of your dysfunction or pain. You will receive an effective hands-on treatment to leave you feeling better, and a clear and concise exercise program to get you on the path to recovery. Here, we'll decide on a treatment plan based on your prognosis to get you back to what you love.

Step 2: Schedule Your Next Session or Program

In Home Therapy

You will experience the same high-quality care provided in the office setting from the comfort of your home. Hands-on treatment, a concise exercise program, and a thorough explanation of the cause of your pain or dysfunction. Your therapist will bring all the necessary equipment including a treatment table and sheets  


$310 includes set up and travel time under 30 minutes, anything other will incur increased charge. 

Video Chats

Any questions or issues will be addressed in an online secure environment.


Return to Run/Jump/Ride*

We will provide an individualized program to help you return to the sport you love with hands-on treatment, a running or activity assessment, and a progressive program.

$155 per session 

The Birth Package*


Once you are postpartum, you are always postpartum. We are here to meet you where you are at on your journey, to help you get back to what you love. Typical treatments include hands-on full body assessment with cupping, myofascial massage, trigger point dry needling. 

$155 per session

* If interested, inquire after your initial assessment

Amanda has helped me tremendously with my back, hip, and spine problems. After years of "graduating" from physical therapy only to end up right back in it again, Amanda got to the root of the problem with pelvic floor therapy. My other physical therapist remarked that Amanda's help with my pelvic floor seemed to be the biggest factor in moving me forward with my back and hip issues. Amanda also used AAT therapy to calm my nervous system down. The result of Amanda's work has been life-changing for me!

Alexa Young, CA

What is the cost of NOT doing pelvic floor therapy?

Can you put a price on painful sex?

What about chasing after your kids without leaking or feeling pressure?

Constant and sometimes immobilizing back pain?

What is it worth to you to be able to jump, run, bike or be intimate with a loved one?

Are you content to keep what's going on down there stuffed deep down inside? 

Pelvic Floor Therapy, with the guidance of a trained therapist, can help you gain control and confidence in your own body - no matter what else is going on in your life. 

Our Promise

A relaxing and welcoming environment where we listen to your goals and concerns and center these in everything we do.


Your licensed and experienced pelvic floor therapist will explain the what and the why behind everything and give you tips and exercises for life outside your appointments.

Benefits of out-of-Network

We strive to provide the highest quality care for our patients, but contracting with insurance companies means they dictate the duration of treatment sessions. In-network treatments are typically limited to 20-30 minutes. This is simply not enough time to conduct a thorough evaluation, effective treatment, or modification of a home exercise program.

At Anewu Physical Therapy, treatments are 55 minutes and your entire session is spent with a licensed physical therapist. Longer treatment sessions reduce the number of visits per week and increase the impact of each session. This means fewer co-pays, less time in the car, and better results.

We work for you, not for insurance companies. Our rates are clear and easy to understand. Under most insurance plans, patients can be reimbursed for a portion of their treatment cost according their out-of-network benefits. We provide detailed “superbills” that can be submitted to insurance companies for direct reimbursement. Submitting this to an insurance company requires filling out a simple form and sending a copy of the superbill. This keeps our staff level, overhead, and collection times low, enabling us to offer competitive pricing for premium quality services.  Most patients with insurance are reimbursed a substantial portion of their appointment cost. In some cases, the net out of pocket cost for treatment at Anewu is lower than the co-pays and co-insurance at an in-network provider.

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