A Little About The Pelvic Place PT

The Pelvic Place Physical Therapy specializes in treatment of male and female pelvic pain, sexual dysfunctions, pregnancy/postpartum impairments, and treatment of bowel and bladder dysfunctions. We treat sexual dysfunctions that include, but is not limited to, painful intercourse. We treat women with pelvic floor discomfort associated with pregnancy and postpartum. We also treat bowel dysfunctions, bladder dysfunction, and chronic abdominal pain related to the muscles and visceral organs. We treat post-operative gynecologic scar tissue pain in women and post-operative pelvic floor dysfunctions in males including but not limited to urinary incontinence, penile pain, testicular pain, and erectile dysfunction.

Ultimately, our goal is to help YOU live your most functional and productive life without bladder, bowel, or sexual concerns, pains, and insecurities.

Let’s work together to meet YOUR pelvic goals! Call us today to schedule a consultation. 

Dr. Esther Amagoh, PT, DPT

Dr. Esther Amagoh, PT, DPT, is a residency trained Women’s Health and Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Specialist. She earned her Bachelors Degree in Health Education and Physical Exercise Science from Virginia Commonwealth University and her Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy from Howard University. After completing a Women’s Health and Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation residency, Dr. Amagoh helped start a hospital-based pelvic floor physical therapy practice in Virginia. She relocated to Houston, Texas in 2016 where she provided care as one of the Physical Therapy Specialists at the Women’s Hospital of Texas. She treats dysfunctions of the pelvis and its surrounding organs, and musculature in woman and men.

Dr. Esther N. Amagoh, PT, DPT has over a decade of concentrated experience in treating sexual impairments, pregnancy, postpartum impairments, digestive disorders, bowel and bladder dysfunctions along with some general muscular and skeletal impairments. She is an active member of societies that focus on pelvic pain and sexual medicine. She has been a keynote speaker at Virginia Commonwealth University’s Women’s Health functions as well as seminars related to pelvic floor health all over the world. She enjoys community involvement and activities that increase education and awareness for women’s and men’s pelvic health.