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Pediatric Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

Pediatric Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

Millions of children suffer from pelvic floor dysfunction. This can be embarrassing and emotionally difficult and can, in some cases, lead to behavioral changes. In addition, if it is not properly treated those children could grow to suffer bowel and bladder management conditions into adulthood. 

Pediatricians routinely see infants with gas pain and children with conditions Pediatric Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy can help with. These include Children with complaints of incontinence, constipation, lower bowel dysfunction and nighttime bed wetting. Or babies and toddlers with extremely painful gas or constipation.

Pelvic floor physical therapy is a conservative, non-invasive approach that can be effective in helping your child regain bowel and bladder control or your infant / toddler relieve painful gas and constipation. Our therapists will work specifically and individually with your child or baby to provide the best care to improve their pelvic health.

Treatments may include but are not limited to biofeedback, stretches, exercises, muscles relaxation techniques, home exercise programing, dietary modifications and family/parent education.


Pelvic floor physical therapists can assist in retraining the muscles to function optimally and help your child regain control of bowel and/or bladder function so they can return to fun and joyous activities without the worry of their bowels and bladder. For parents of infants and toddlers with painful gas or constipation our therapists will treat in office and instruct parents the best alternative solutions to mitigate this pain.


We are here to help children of all ages with pelvic health & healing.


Pediatric Conditions We Treat:

  • Bed Wetting Regression 

  • Chronic Constipation

  • Urinary or Fecal Incontinence

  • Urinary Retention

  • Painful Urination and or Defecation

  • Pelvic & Abdominal Area Pain

  • Urinary Urgency & Frequency

  • Overactive Bladder

  • Infant Gas Pain

  • Infant Constipation

Children's Pelvic Floor

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