Pelvic Health program: Restoring function, eliminating pain


Bethesda Outpatient Rehabilitation offers men and women a comprehensive approach to diagnosing and treating pelvic health problems, including urinary incontinence. Muscles of the pelvic floor help control urination and bowel movements, contribute to posture and support and are used during sexual intercourse. When these muscles are weak, leakage may occur. When these muscles are tight and cannot relax, pelvic pain may occur. Conditions we treat include:

  • Pelvic pain
  • Abdominal pain
  • Scarring/adhesions from surgery
  • Urinary and bowel disorders
  • Painful bladder syndrome
  • Painful intercourse
  • Pregnancy and postpartum conditions
  • Gynecological cancers (postoperative or postradiation/chemotherapy)
  • Pudendal neuralgia
  • Pelvic prolapse
  • Tailbone pain

It is important to discuss concerns about pelvic health with your doctor, as help is available for those experiencing pain or leakage.

What is pelvic therapy?

The first step is an evaluation with Bethesda’s licensed, occupational therapist trained in treating pelvic health disorders. Offing private treatment rooms in a soothing environment, we strive to provide personalized attention with discreet, compassionate care. Treatment usually lasts six to eight weeks and may include techniques such as bladder training and bowel management, core and pelvic exercises, stretching, relaxation, deep breathing, visualization, biofeedback and electrical stimulation.

Your therapist will consult with your physician regarding your treatment. Therapy may be used alone, or in conjunction with other treatments such as medication or even surgical procedures.



If you answer yes to any of the following questions, speak with your doctor about your symptoms and discuss the most appropriate treatment options.


Do you have problems with chronic constipation?                                                                                    

Do you have urinary leakage with coughing and
sneezing or often experience a strong, sudden need to urinate?

Do you urinate more frequently than every two hours?

Do you have abdominal pain months or years after abdominal surgery?      

Do you have severe nerve-line pain when sitting?                       

(Females Only)

Do you have a painful episiotomy or C-section scar?     

Do you experience painful intercourse?                          

Did you have back pain during or after pregnancy?                    

(Males Only)

Have you had urinary leakage since your prostate surgery?        


To schedule an appointment, call 561-374-5700.


Bethesda Outpatient Rehabilitation offers Pelvic Health Therapy at the Bethesda Professional Plaza.

2623 S. Seacrest Blvd., Suite 200, Boynton Beach