At PTS, we are dedicated to the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunctions in women and men. Our Pelvic Floor Therapists have advanced training, certifications and experience to back up their commitment of improving your pelvic function and your quality of life.

Our Women’s and Men’s Health services aim to treat impairments of the lower back, abdomen, pelvis, and pelvic floor for a wide spectrum of disorders.

Healthy Man and Woman

The pelvic floor consists of multiple layers of muscles that are attached to the pubic bone, tailbone and between your ishcial tuberosities of which you sit. These muscles play a key role in abdominal and pelvic functions. They support the bladder, uterus and colon; assist in starting and stopping urine flow, stool and gas; as well as aid in sexual activities. When there is an imbalance, weakness or restriction of these muscles you might experience some of the listed conditions.

Herman & WallaceSection on Womens Health

  • Constipation, unspecified (K59.00)
  • Outlet Dysfunction constipation (K59.02)
  • Anal Spasm (K59.4)
    Sacrococcygeal Disorders (M53.3)
  • Low Back Pain (M54.5)
  • Separation of muscle (non traumatic), other site (M62.08)
  • Muscle and Tissue Atrophy (M62.50)
  • Spasm of Muscle (M62.838)
  • Interstitial cystitis (chronic) without hematuria (N30.10)
  • Interstitial cystitis (chronic) with hematuria (N30.11)
  • Stress incontinence (female) (male) (N39.3)
  • Urge incontinence (N39.41)
  • Post-void dribbling (N39.43)
  • Mixed incontinence (N39.46)
  • Chronic Prostatitis (N41.1)
  • Cystocele, unspecified (N81.10)
  • Cystocele, midline (N81.11)
  • Cystocele, lateral (N81.12)
  • Bedwetting (pediatrics)
  • Incomplete uterovaginal prolapse (N81.2)
  • Uterovaginal prolapse, unspecified (N81.4)
  • Rectocele (N81.6)
  • Female genital prolapse, unspecified (N81.9)
  • Endometriosis, Unspecified (N80.9)
  • Unspecified Dyspareunia (N94.10)
  • Vulvodynia, unspecified (N94.819)
  • Vulvar vestibulitis (N94.810)
  • Perineal Pain (R10.2)
  • Fecal Smearing (R15.1)
  • Full Incontinence of Feces (R15.9)
  • Unspecified lack of coordination (R27.9)
  • Frequency of Micturition (R35.0)
  • Urgency of Urination (R39.10)
  • Straining to void (R39.16)
  • Pudental Neuralgia
  • Diastasis Recti
  • Pain with Pelvic Exams
  • Other specified mononeuropathies (G58.8)

What to Expect?

What to expect? Our team understands the need for modesty and privacy. That is why we have established our very own Pelvic Floor Center. You have the option of being seen at our Pelvic Floor Center or at our Mt. Pleasant location. When you arrive at the clinic you will be asked to complete a medical history form. You will then have a 45 minute one-on-one evaluation in a private treatment room with your therapist. This session will include the review of medical history, a neuromuscular, musculoskeletal and pelvic floor muscle exam followed by education, treatment and an individualized plan for progression.