PHIT Program

Our Pelvic Health and Incontinence Training (PHIT) Program offers physical rehabilitation for pelvic pain and many other conditions.

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Pelvic Pain

Getting back to doing what you love by treating pelvic pain.

There are many causes of chronic pelvic pain, and our team can help identify and address yours.

Women and men alike may experience chronic pelvic pain, or pain that occurs in the lower abdomen and pelvis. Although the discomfort may be related to the digestive or reproductive systems, it can also be related to the bladder or other parts of the urinary system.

Urinary System Pelvic Pain

Pelvic pain can be caused by painful bladder syndrome (interstitial cystitis), kidney stones, and urinary tract infections. Symptoms may include frequent urination, and the pain can be dull or sharp.

If your pelvic pain is related to your urinary system, a urologist can help work to identify the cause or your pain and potential solutions.

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Other Causes of Pelvic Pain in Women

Many women may experience chronic pelvic pain related to the reproductive system, due to conditions such as endometriosis, menstrual cramps, ovarian cysts, and pelvic inflammatory disease. 

Non-reproductive system causes may include appendicitis, constipation, Crohn's disease, fibromyalgia, hernia, irritable bowel syndrome, and more.

If your pelvic pain is related to your reproductive system, it may be helpful to see a gynecologist. Gastroenterologists specialize in conditions of the digestive tract, and can help diagnose and treat intestinal conditions.

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Urinary System Pelvic Pain

Pelvic pain in men may be due to:

  • prostatitis, or swelling of the prostate gland
  • painful bladder syndrome
  • hernia
  • kidney stones
  • urinary tract infection

If your pelvic pain is related to your urinary system, a urologist can help work to identify the cause of your pain and find potential solutions.

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Other Causes of Pelvic Pain in Men

Many men may experience chronic pelvic pain related to the digestive system. It can be caused by conditions such as appendicitis, constipation, Crohn's disease, irritable bowel syndrome, and more.

If your pelvic pain is related to the digestive system, a gastroenterologist may be able to help diagnose and treat your condition.

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PHIT Program

Our Pelvic Health and Incontinence Training (PHIT) Program offers physical rehabilitation for pelvic pain and many other conditions.

Learn More