What You Can Expect
Your individualized program will begin with an in-depth history, discussion, an education
regarding your specific concerns.
As with any of your conditions or concerns, a whole-body evaluation and assessment is performed.
You will be asked to complete an in-depth patient history ensuring that we are familiar with your specific needs
Symtom reduction or
Advanced manual therapy techniques, such as
fascial release techniques, cranio-sacral fascial therapy, and neuromuscular therapy,
are utilized to restore postural alignment, reduce fascial restrictions or adhesions, facilitate sensory
control and awareness, and restore normal muscle tone.
Specifically for women’s health concerns, evaluation and sessions may be performed vaginally or
rectally as appropriate. Prior to internal work being performed, an educational session will take place where
the procedures, anatomy and physiology of the pelvic floor will be discussed, and you will have an opportunity to
obtain answers to any and all of your questions. All techniques will be
thoroughly explained before they are used and will only be used with your consent. It is your right, and our
expectation, that you will stop any treatment if you have any doubts or concerns.
You are in control of the session.
Your words and body language will be listened to and respected. In addition, open communication is suggested and encouraged at any time during your
Your therapist will suggest, encourage, and teach
self-treatment. This will enhance the progress made during sessions and accelerate
healing. You are also empowered with a life-long skill for self-healing.
your other health professionals:
Your therapists will gladly work in coordination
with your physicians and other healthcare professionals to help restore normal flexibility and tone to the
muscles of the pelvic floor, creating normal tolerance of the soft tissue both externally and
For More Information:
You may want to familiarize yourself with the foundation of myo/gyno fascial release
treatment by reading the following two articles:
Myofascial Release: The Missing Link
This article explains the tissue called fascia and how it contributes to your pain or dysfunction in
Myofascial Release: The Missing Link in Women's
This article focuses specifically on women's health concerns with a brief explanation
of the role of fascia. The article above explains fascia in more detail.