Women's Pelvic Health

Care for women’s health and pelvic floor disorders

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Women's Pelvic Health

Supporting a population overlooked and underserved by healthcare

1 in 4 women have pelvic floor disorders. Yet many will never receive treatment due to a lack of awareness, stigma, or inadequate access to pelvic floor physical therapists. For others, the average time it takes to receive care can be longer than six years.¹

Addressing the unique musculoskeletal needs of women

Pregnancy & Postpartum

Pregnancy and childbirth take a toll. Members get help to control — and get relief from — urinary issues, difficulty with bowel movements, and low back, hip, and pelvic pain.

Bladder & bowel disorders

Members improve bladder and bowel control to stop leaking urine and manage uncontrollable symptoms.

Pelvic organ prolapse

When pelvic organs slip out of place (prolapse), it often results in pelvic pain or pressure. Strengthening your pelvic floor, hip, and lower back muscles can provide relief.

Pelvic pain

Pelvic floor muscles can develop pain from stress, injury, and conditions like endometriosis. Care that includes physical therapy can provide relief.

Separated abdominal muscles

Pregnancy, childbirth, and injury can stretch your abdominal muscles — leading to back and pelvic pain. Heal and strengthen your core with a personalized care plan.


Menopause can worsen existing joint, muscle, and pelvic health symptoms while triggering new physical, cognitive, and psychological problems. PT-led care teams provide personalized, clinical support members need to address these symptoms.

Tested and proven to deliver strong results*

*results from 21,176 engaged members over 12 weeks

A complete pelvic health program

Our Vision

To stop the silent suffering of women by normalizing and advocating for their unique health conditions and needs. We invite women to engage in a dialogue and seek care for treatable MSK conditions, across all life stages.

In the News

Learn more about women’s unique MSK needs

Burden of Musculoskeletal Diseases in the United States. 3rd ed. Bone and Joint Initiative 2015.

**People assigned female at birth