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Being diagnosed with pelvic organ prolapse (POP) can feel extremely overwhelming. You may feel like you can’t even get out of bed or complete daily tasks without feeling vaginal pressure, and there is little guidance on what can be done to help a prolapse. But the good news is, being diagnosed with a prolapse does not mean you are guaranteed to have long term prolapse symptoms or require surgery.


In many cases, relief from POP is completely achievable without surgery and may even be able to be improved. Our team specializes in prolapse and pessary management for women who are frustrated with the pressure and do not feel comfortable choosing surgery as the first line of care for rehabilitation.

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We recommend Pelvic Therapy if you experience or have a history of:

  • vaginal pressure or bulging

  • feeling of the vagina falling out

  • low back pain

  • pelvic heaviness/dragging that is worse at the end of the day

  • difficulty emptying bladder or bowel

  • pregnancy

  • prolonged labor greater than 4 hours

  • obstetric related birth trauma including episiotomy and perineal tearing

  • hormonal changes due to menopause or cancer treatment

  • chronic constipation

  • chronic respiratory diseases

  • hypermobility disorders

  • pelvic surgery​

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Learn how to start relieving pelvic pressure and restore confidence in your body now

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