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Women’s and Men’s Health

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More people are seeking help with common pelvic floor and pelvic girdle dysfunction, such as bowel and bladder changes or pain during sexual intercourse. These conditions may arise due to complications with pregnancy, from childbirth, following surgery, or as part of the natural aging process.

Our fellowship trained and board certified physicians and therapists use the most effective techniques and the latest technologies, privately and discretely, to pinpoint the source of your pelvic health problem. We will develop a plan of care, specific to your needs, to help you achieve your goals.

Call us today to schedule an appointment or to learn more about how we can treat your pelvic dysfunction.


Join Johns Hopkins Physical Therapist, Dr. Julie Everett, for a free webinar that discusses sexual dysfunction, menopausal side effects, symptom management and more after cancer.  For more information, please view the information sheet "Keys to Sexual Wellness for Cancer Survivors"
Thursday, April 3
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm


Services provided

Common conditions treated

Specialized programs

  • Biofeedback for neuromuscular training or relaxation
  • Compression Bandaging and Customized Garments
  • Manual Therapy Techniques including mobilization, muscle energy techniques, and myofascial release
  • Modalities (Electrical Stimulation, Laser, Moist Heat, TENS, Ultrasound)
  • Rehabilitative Ultrasound Imaging (RUSI)
 

Not sure whether we treat your condition? See all services.

Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

 

 

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Whether crossing the country or the globe, we make it easy to access world-class care at Johns Hopkins.

U.S. 1-410-464-6713 (toll free)
International +1-410-614-6424

 

 
 
 
 
 

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