339-987-4856 info@craypt.com

Pelvic Pain

Pelvic pain is a common condition that affects many people, especially women. It can be caused by various factors, such as pregnancy, childbirth, surgery, or underlying medical conditions. However, despite its prevalence, pelvic pain can be debilitating and affect a person’s quality of life. Fortunately, managing and alleviating this pain with proper treatment and care is possible.

One practical and safe treatment option for pelvic pain is pelvic physical therapy. This specialized form of physical therapy involves various techniques, such as exercise, massage, and stretching, to help reduce pain, improve mobility, and restore function in the pelvic area.

The benefits of pelvic physical therapy are many. For instance, it can help alleviate pain and discomfort associated with pelvic pain, such as during sex or urination. Additionally, it can help improve bladder and bowel control, reduce muscle tension, and improve overall pelvic health. Furthermore, pelvic physical therapy can be beneficial for women who are preparing for or recovering from childbirth.

In conclusion, pelvic physical therapy is a safe and effective treatment option for pelvic pain. It is a non-invasive approach that can help improve quality of life and restore function in the pelvic area. If you are experiencing pelvic pain, talking to your healthcare provider about whether pelvic physical therapy may be right for you is essential.

“What is our objective?”

Pelvic physical therapy is a specialized treatment that can effectively alleviate pelvic pain and improve overall quality of life. Your physical therapist will work closely with you to identify the underlying cause of your pain and create a personalized treatment plan to address it. Various factors, including muscular imbalances, nerve issues, and scar tissue, can cause pelvic pain. Through a combination of exercises, manual therapy, and education, we can work together to improve your pelvic health and reduce any discomfort or pain you may be experiencing. Our ultimate goal is to equip you with the tools and knowledge to manage your symptoms and achieve long-term relief. We are here to support you every step of the way and are confident that we can make significant progress together. So, let’s get started!

You’ll be able to learn more about our pelvic physical therapy Drs.

Cynthia Lucas, PT, DPT

Alicia Bertoni-Hickey, PT, DPT

Where are we located?

1681 Washington Street, Suite 2
Braintree, MA

Phone: 339-987-4856

cyndi@craypt.com and alicia@craypt.com

What happens during pelvic pain physical therapy sessions?

When undergoing pelvic physical therapy to alleviate pelvic pain, patients will receive a thorough and customized evaluation of their medical history and symptoms. This assessment may include a review of their posture, muscle strength, and range of motion, in addition to an internal pelvic exam to assess the pelvic floor muscles. Based on this detailed evaluation, the therapist will create a personalized treatment plan that may include a variety of interventions, such as exercises to improve muscle strength and relaxation, biofeedback to help patients learn to control their pelvic floor muscles, and manual therapy to release tight muscles or trigger points. Ultimately, pelvic physical therapy aims to alleviate pain, improve function, and restore the patient’s quality of life.

Chronic Pelvic Pain.

Chronic pelvic pain can have many potential causes, such as vulvodynia, vaginismus, dyspareunia, and endometriosis. Consequently, these conditions can cause muscle tension, inflammation, and other issues, leading to chronic pain and discomfort in the pelvic region.

Therefore, pelvic physical therapy can be an effective treatment option for patients with chronic pelvic pain due to these and other conditions. By addressing the underlying causes of pain and dysfunction, pelvic physical therapy can help to reduce pain and improve overall pelvic floor function.

It is vital for patients experiencing chronic pelvic pain to seek medical attention and work with a healthcare provider to identify the underlying causes of their symptoms. Once the underlying causes are identified, a pelvic physical therapist can develop a customized treatment plan to help alleviate pain and improve pelvic function.

When a patient experiences chronic pelvic pain, it can significantly impact their quality of life. Consequently, it can affect their ability to work, exercise, and engage in activities they enjoy. Therefore, pelvic physical therapy can be a valuable tool in helping to alleviate pelvic pain and improve the overall quality of life.

What are our patients saying?

“Alicia is seeing my granddaughter for a sensitivity issue. She’s been treating her kindly and has been so lovely to us.
Today was her last day. We will miss Alicia. She helped so much! Everyone in the office has been lovely.”

Schedule Your Appointment

Individualized and personalized care to meet your unique goals and expectations.
Book NowCall 339-987-4856

1681 Washington St., Suite 1
Braintree, MA 02184

551 Washington St.,
Weymouth MA 02188
Northeast Health & Fitness

495 Washington St,
Norwell MA 02061

Phone: 339-987-4856
Fax Number 339-987-4858
Email: info@craypt.com


Pelvic Health Center

1681 Washington St. Suite 1
Braintree, MA 02184


Schedule your appointment