Pelvic Floor Strengthening Massage



  • Relaxes pelvic pain

  • Stretches overly tight or tender muscles

  • Helps to resume a normal sex life

  • Stops overactive bladder


Pelvic Floor Strengthening | 30 minutes | [PRICE]



This physical therapy technique uses internal vaginal or rectum soft tissue manipulation to relieve pelvic pain by accessing muscles that cannot be reached any other way. Pelvic floor massage primarily helps with conditions such as persistent pelvic pain, bowel and bladder problems like incontinence, and painful intercourse.


“It’s important for our patients to know the incredible alternatives available for healing pain. This therapy technique is a secret we want to share with everyone so the healing can begin!”

— Dr. Tamerisa



Many women know of the Kegel exercise, so named after gynecologist who developed the practice, Dr. Arnold Kegel. Dr. Kegel began prescribing the non-surgical treatment in the 1940s to treat urinary incontinence and pelvic pain. As for men, Dr. George H. Theile developed a technique sometime before World War II to treat prostate pain and pelvic floor issues.

Much further research surrounding the concept that the trigger points in a muscle are directly linked to other parts of the body can be traced to Dr. Janet G. Travell.


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