Conditions & Treatment Options


Pelvic dysfunction can affect anyone regardless of their gender or age, including children. Left untreated, many of these conditions can lead to low self-esteem, withdrawal from physical activity and withdrawal from social situations and personal relationships.


Our Staff


St. Elizabeth’s Pelvic Health Specialty Clinic has physical therapists with advanced training and specialization in identifying and treating the multiple contributing factors of pelvic floor dysfunction. Our staff includes a Board Certified Women’s Health Therapist, Certified Pelvic Floor Therapist, and Therapeutic Pain Specialist.

Conditions/Symptoms that pelvic therapy can help include:

  • Urinary and fecal incontinence

  • Urinary urgency/frequency/retention

  • Fecal urgency/frequency

  • Constipation/incomplete emptying

  • Post-Prostatectomy Dysfunctions

  • Pelvic pain

  • Painful tailbone/coccydynia

  • Interstitial Cystitis/Painful bladder

  • Painful intercourse

Questions and Referrals


Anyone experiencing one or more symptoms should talk to their doctor about their concerns. A signed physician prescription is required to schedule an appointment.
St. Elizabeth’s accepts most insurances and your insurance benefits can be checked before your evaluation.

For questions or more information about how you may benefit from Pelvic therapy, contact St. Elizabeth’s Pelvic Health Specialty Clinic at 618-624-3668    



Once a patient has been evaluated, a treatment plan will be personalized and may include computerized biofeedback, manometry training, and/or balloon training.