Pelvic Physical Therapy

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Talk to your doctor to see if Pelvic Physical Therapy is right for you. For questions and additional information call 814-467-3465.

Is Pelvic Physical Therapy right for you?

Do you…

  • Always look for a bathroom when you go to a store?Pelvic Physical Therapy
  • Worry you may have “an accident” when visiting with family or friends?
  • Have occasional urinary leakage (even a little) during exercise, when laughing, or when coughing?
  • Wake frequently at night to go to the bathroom?
  • Have pain with gynecological exam or during intercourse?
  • Have scrotal area pain?
  • Have soreness over incisions after having a hysterectomy, colorectal surgery, or cancer related surgery?
  • Have endometriosis or interstitial cystitis and the pain is affecting your daily life?
  • Have hip, abdominal, or pelvic pain after vaginal delivery or cesarean section?
  • Have to stand during your day because it hurts to sit?
  • Have constipation or difficulty fully emptying when you use the bathroom?
  • Feel pressure or a “feeling of falling out” in the pelvic area?

There’s hope! Pelvic Physical Therapy may help you.

Did you know that 1 in 3 women and as many as 1 in 4 men will experience some type of pelvic floor dysfunction? You are not alone, and there is help!

Our therapists can help and they understand the challenges associated with living with pelvic dysfunction and pain. Our goal is to empower you with all of the tools you need to confidently take charge of your pelvic health.

What is Pelvic Physical Therapy?

Pelvic physical therapy is a specialized type of rehabilitation that focuses on dysfunction of the musculoskeletal and neurological systems in the pelvic area of both men and women. Click below to learn some of the common conditions that we treat.

Common Conditions We Treat

Pelvic Physical Therapy FAQs

What to Expect

What Our Patients’ Say About Pelvic Therapy

Staff

Alycia Dallot, PT, DPTPelvic Health Physical Therapist

Alycia earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Wheeling Jesuit University in 2019. Prior to working at CSSMCW, Alycia has worked as a Physical Therapist in a variety of outpatient settings with a focus in orthopedics. Following her passions, she has switched settings to work in pelvic floor rehabilitation. Outside of the clinic, she enjoys spending time with her family, going on walks, baking, and watching movies.

Hailey Sanders, DPTPelvic Health Physical Therapist

Hailey earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Saint Francis University in May 2024. She completed her final clinical rotation here at CSSMCW and realized very quickly that this was the place where she wanted to start her career. She became interested in pelvic rehabilitation early on in her schooling, which only grew stronger after taking a special topics course through SFU, as well as continuing education courses. Hailey loves being able to help her patients feel more empowered and in control of their lives and hopes to make a difference in educating the community about all that pelvic rehabilitation has to offer. Outside of the clinic, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading, teaching dance, hiking, and baking.

Kathy Kalina, PTAPelvic Physical Therapist Assistant

Kathy earned her degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant from Mount Aloysius College in 2001. Her 22 year work history at CSSMCW has been diverse, including outpatient orthopedics, home health rehabilitation, aquatic therapy, pediatric therapy, and cardiac rehabilitation. After developing a strong interest in pelvic rehabilitation in 2009, she advanced her education for men and women in this specialty area completing multiple pelvic health courses. She is also a Level 1 Certified Low Pressure Fitness instructor. Kathy is passionate about educating patients, empowering them to improve pelvic health, and increasing awareness of pelvic health dysfunction in our community. In her spare time she enjoys traveling, hiking, kayaking, and spending time with her fiancé, family, and dog, Cali.