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Pelvic Women’s Health Care Specialists in Pittsburgh

Pelvic Health

At Resilient Women’s Health, we believe in addressing the root cause of women’s pelvic health issues instead of simply band-aiding over problems. Our approach encompasses treating the whole body, mind, and lifestyle to ensure long-lasting results and holistic well-being.

We understand that pelvic health concerns can be deeply rooted in physical, emotional, and psychological experiences. That's why we offer trauma-informed care, creating a safe and supportive environment for our patients. Dr. Kailee and her team are committed to understanding your unique needs and crafting individualized treatment plans that prioritize your well-being.

Unlike many practices, we dedicate a full hour of care to each session, allowing ample time for thorough assessments, discussions, and treatments tailored to your specific concerns and goals. Additionally, our concierge care model ensures that you receive personalized attention and support throughout your journey with us.

At Resilient Women's Health, we are here to empower you to reclaim your pelvic health, enhance your quality of life, and rediscover your resilience. Contact us today to learn more about our services and schedule your consultation.


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Vaginismus Therapy, Urinary Incontinence Treatment & More

Support for Reclaiming Your Pelvic Health

At Resilient Women's Health, we specialize in the comprehensive management of various pelvic health conditions. Here are some common conditions we address:

  • Endometriosis: A condition where the tissue lining the uterus grows outside the uterus, causing pain and fertility issues.
  • Incontinence: The involuntary loss of bladder or bowel control, leading to leakage or accidents.
  • Prolapse: Weakened pelvic floor muscles causing the descent of pelvic organs such as the bladder, uterus, or rectum. If this has happened to you, you’re not alone – uterine prolapse during pregnancy is quite common.
  • Urinary Urgency and Frequency: Frequent, urgent, and uncontrollable urges to urinate.
  • Vaginal or Rectal Pain: Discomfort or pain experienced in the vagina or rectum.
  • Pain with Sex: Known as dyspareunia, this condition involves pain during sexual intercourse. Pelvic pain after sex during pregnancy is common, but there can be many other causes to explore.
  • Lack of Orgasm or Painful Orgasm: Difficulty achieving orgasm or experiencing pain during orgasm.
  • Post-Abdominal Surgery: Pelvic health issues that arise after abdominal surgeries, such as hysterectomy or cesarean section.
  • Hernias: Weaknesses or tears in the abdominal wall that can cause discomfort and pain. If you have a hernia during pregnancy, treatment is available!
  • Vaginismus (Spasm/Trigger Points): Uncontrollable spasms of the vaginal muscles leading to pain and difficulty with penetration.
  • Vulvodynia: Chronic pain or discomfort in the vulva region without an identifiable cause.
  • Cystitis: Inflammation of the bladder often resulting in frequent urination, urgency, and pain.
  • Coccydynia: Pain in the tailbone area often caused by injury or strain.
  • Levator Ani Spasm: Tightening or spasming of the pelvic floor muscles causing pain and discomfort.

Dr. Kailee and her team offer a range of evidence-based treatments tailored to your specific condition and needs. Our approach is multidimensional, encompassing various techniques and methodologies, including:

  • 3-Step Method: Learn more about our unique therapeutic approach to pelvic health conditions.
  • Energy Work: Techniques such as myofascial release and craniosacral therapy to promote balance and healing in the body.
  • Mental Health Hacks: Strategies and techniques to support mental well-being, including stress management, mindfulness, and relaxation exercises.
  • Pain Neuroscience: Education on how pain works in the body and tools to rewire the brain's perception of pain for improved symptom management.

Our team at Resilient Women's Health is committed to providing personalized care and empowering you with the tools and knowledge to reclaim your pelvic health. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and begin your journey towards holistic well-being.

Frequently-Asked Questions

Yes, physical therapy can still be beneficial even if you have already undergone endometriosis treatment. Physical therapy can help manage any residual pain, improve pelvic floor function, and enhance overall well-being and quality of life.

Pelvic health plays a crucial role in overall well-being, particularly for women. Maintaining good pelvic health can help prevent various conditions such as urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and sexual dysfunction. Remember, taking care of your pelvic health is an essential aspect of maintaining a healthy and fulfilling life.

Yes! At Resilient Women’s Health, we know it can be hard to make time for another appointment, but it’s so important that you don’t neglect your own health. That’s why it’s important for us to offer virtual sessions as well. While not every element of physical therapy can be conducted virtually, telemedicine allows us to support you when and where you need us, not just when you can get to our office.

Resilient Women’s Health makes it easy to get started on the road to empowered womanhood. Just schedule your first consultation with us virtually or at one of our two convenient locations using our online scheduling tool