Pelvic Floor Anatomy, Physiology & Physical Therapy Resource List

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May is Pelvic Pain Awareness Month and at PHRC we want to do our part to help people better understand pelvic pain syndromes and more importantly, help people suffering with these diagnoses get the help they need to recover. Since knowledge is power we created 5 videos and blog posts that we hope people find useful. This week, in our first week of the Pelvic Pain Explained Webinar series, I had the honor of introducing the series and talking about:  pelvic floor anatomy and physical therapy. Hopefully, the information in my webinar and in this blog post will help people better understand this often unknown, but important part of the body and know what to expect before a pelvic floor PT appointment.


In case you missed it, here is a link to my Webinar.

Blog Posts

Check out our top  blog posts on pelvic floor anatomy and Pelvic Floor PT:

Your Pelvic Floor:  What is It Good For?

Muscles Affecting Pelvic Health: It’s Not Just the Pelvic Floor

What is a Good Pelvic PT Session Like Part 1 of 2

What is a Good Pelvic PT Session Like Part 2 of 2

Get to know your Vulva a Guide to Self Examination

A Cock in the Hen House: A look Inside the Male Anatomy

Understanding Pelvic Floor Movement


Patient Success Stories

Check out how Jessica addressed her pelvic pain with pelvic floor PT in this blog post!

For more success stories, check out our book Pelvic Pain Explained!

How to find pelvic health-informed medical providers

International Pelvic Pain Society Find a Provider

Americal Physical Therapy Association’s Section on Women’s Health PT Locator

Herman and Wallace Find a Provider

Pelvic Guru Provider Directory

Is there something we did not cover that you would like to know or hear about? Share your comments!



Are you unable to come see us in person? We offer virtual physical therapy appointments too!

Due to COVID-19, we understand people may prefer to utilize our services from their homes. We also understand that many people do not have access to pelvic floor physical therapy and we are here to help! The Pelvic Health and Rehabilitation Center is a multi-city company of highly trained and specialized pelvic floor physical therapists committed to helping people optimize their pelvic health and eliminate pelvic pain and dysfunction. We are here for you and ready to help, whether it is in-person or online. 

Virtual sessions are available with PHRC pelvic floor physical therapists via our video platform, Zoom, or via phone. For more information and to schedule, please visit our digital healthcare page.

In addition to virtual consultation with our physical therapists, we also offer integrative health services with Jandra Mueller, DPT, MS. Jandra is a pelvic floor physical therapist who also has her Master’s degree in Integrative Health and Nutrition. She offers services such as hormone testing via the DUTCH test, comprehensive stool testing for gastrointestinal health concerns, and integrative health coaching and meal planning. For more information about her services and to schedule, please visit our Integrative Health website page

PHRC is also offering individualized movement sessions, hosted by Karah Charette, DPT. Karah is a pelvic floor physical therapist at the Berkeley and San Francisco locations. She is certified in classical mat and reformer Pilates, as well as a registered 200 hour Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga teacher. There are 30 min and 60 min sessions options where you can: (1) Consult on what type of Pilates or yoga class would be appropriate to participate in (2) Review ways to modify poses to fit your individual needs and (3) Create a synthesis of your home exercise program into a movement flow. To schedule a 1-on-1 appointment call us at (510) 922-9836

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