Aches & Pains That Can Be Treated
With Physical Therapy

An Overview of Our Services

Picture this, Dr. Esther Amagoh likes to say, “If it’s below your shoulders and above your knees, we can treat it!”

Low back pain is one of the leading causes for disability and is one of the most common reasons people miss work or school. Back pain and pain pertaining to muscles, joints, and ligaments connected to the pelvis is what we specialize in treating. This includes, but is not limited to, chest or core pain after injury or surgery, abdominal pain, pelvic pain, pelvic floor muscle/organ pain, hip pain, back pain, glute pain, SI joint pain, pubic symphysis dysfunction, coccyx bone (tailbone) discomfort, sciatica, piriformis syndrome and chronic pelvic pain syndrome. 

While surgery and medications are the more discussed options. Pelvic Physical Therapy is the only option without side-effects, that can and will assess your individual concerns while integrating your daily activities, muscle function, and psychological responses. The Pelvic Place Physical Therapy utilizes the most advanced yet non-invasive treatment options to expedite healing and promote optimal function. The treatments include the direct and specific manual and orthopedic techniques for strengthening and/or relaxation purposes. Treatments also implement trigger point release, Muscle energy techniques, Laser therapy, EMG Biofeedback, Ultrasound Therapy, Dry needling/Acupuncture, Electrical stimulation, life-size display models for education and visual assistance. We implement the latest research-based educational exercises and create handouts to ensure that you understand what to do and how.

We want to empower you on this journey of controlling your body and not letting your body control you.