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Due to hurricane damage, the Havelock location is closed until further notice. Havelock therapists Hannah Zhang, Sarah Hall and Judy Hickes are available to see patients at the New Bern location. Please call the New Bern location at (252) 636-9800 to discuss your care.

Pelvic pain treatment in Winterville, NC

Pelvic Pain Treatment

Pelvic pain can be seriously disruptive to your quality of life, making it difficult to accomplish everyday tasks or enjoy time with friends and family. Common causes of pelvic pain include constipation, post-surgical recovery, postpartum recovery, endometriosis and injury.

If you’re a patient in Winterville, North Carolina, and you are seeking relief from discomfort and mobility problems through pelvic pain treatment, Peak Performance Sports and Physical Therapy is here to help. At our clinic in Winterville, we provide highly personalized care designed to help you overcome pelvic pain and get back to the quality of life you’ve been missing.

As you read through the following information about our pelvic pain treatment offerings, please contact us if you have any questions or would like to learn more about how we can help.

What to expect from a pelvic pain treatment program

The first step in any physical therapy pelvic pain treatment program is to receive an assessment into the causes of your pain and the treatments you’ve received so far. From there, one of our expert physical therapists will work with you to create a plan that includes both in-office techniques and supplemental exercises you can perform at home. These can include:

  • Myofascial release exercises — Pelvic pain is often caused or worsened by trigger points in the pelvic floor muscles. A physical therapist can use special techniques to release these trigger points and relieve symptoms.
  • Deep breathing exercises — Rhythmic diaphragmatic breathing can trigger a relaxation response throughout the body, including tense pelvic muscles.
  • Therapeutic exercises — Our physical therapists can perform passive exercises and instruct you on active exercises designed to improve balance, increase strength and stability, and contribute to the relief of pelvic pain.

When performing any at-home pelvic pain treatments, be sure to do them exactly as instructed, listen to your body and take any pain you feel seriously.

Peak Performance’s Winterville clinic can start you on your pain relief journey

Our top priority is to put you at the center of the physical therapy experience from the moment you walk through the doors of our Winterville clinic. We realize everyone is different and requires a slightly different approach to their treatment plan. To find out how we can help you find the pelvic pain relief you deserve, contact us today and schedule your initial appointment.