Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

We’re your Greenville SC Pelvic Floor Specialists!

Our goal is to help active women stay active, strong and pain-free from pelvic floor and incontinence.

And that’s where Lori Barrios, our licensed pelvic floor therapist comes in! After having two children of her own in 2016 and 2018 she developed a passion for pelvic floor physical therapy to better support new moms and anyone with pelvic floor dysfunction. 

There has been a lack of awareness for what pelvic floor physical therapy is and who it can help and here at Zone Physical Therapy, we hope to change that so our patients can feel comfortable and reach all their activity goals without limitations.

Click play to hear how Lori can help you get back to the things you love!

Not sure if pelvic floor physical therapy would be helpful for you?

Pelvic floor physical therapy can help with a wide range of symptoms and diagnoses including:
  • Pelvic pain
  • Urinary incontinence (leaking urine)
  • Urinary urgency
  • Prenatal pelvic, hip or back pain
  • Postpartum recovery
  • Pain with intimacy or OBGYN exams
  • Pelvic pressure or prolapse
  • Diastasis recti
  • Vaginismus
  • Vulvodynia
  • Interstitial cystitis
  • Overactive Bladder
  • Endometriosis
What to expect at your first pelvic floor physical therapy visit at Zone?
  1. First you will check in with our wonderful front desk team member, Ayanna.
  2. Then, Lori will greet you and welcome you to her private and comfortable treatment room to get started.
  3. We start our session by listening to your story including what brings you to therapy and what goals you are hoping to reach with therapy.
  4. Next we will do a comprehensive movement assessment to see how your body is currently moving and identify any areas or movements that could be improved.
  5. We will discuss our findings of the assessment with you to explain how this can be contributing to your current symptoms. 
  6. If indicated, we can also perform an internal pelvic exam to further assess pelvic floor muscle tension, strength, flexibility and coordination.  This is always optional and can be performed whenever you feel comfortable, whether that be on your first or tenth visit.
  7. Next we may use manual therapy techniques to help relax any tight or overactive muscles as needed and then we will teach you some exercises that you can continue at home to help improve your movement patterns and relieve your symptoms.

Contact Us Today To Schedule Your Appointment!