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frequently asked questions

COVID Considerations

We are currently following the CDC guidelines closely, which we review at length before the initial evaluation and subsequent follow up visits.  We do require that the patient, office staff, and practitioner wear a mask/face covering at all times. If you are experiencing any symptoms related to COVID or have had a close contact with someone, we kindly ask that you reschedule your appointment. We also request that all patients wash hands before and after treatment. As a team, we try our best to maintain social distancing when able. We do request that you arrive at the exact time of your appointment to allow for appropriate disinfection time and to minimize interaction in the waiting room. We also have tele health options available for those at high-risk or who do not yet feel comfortable attending an in-clinic visit.

what can i expect

The evaluation is an opportunity for you to share your experience with pelvic floor dysfunction. It is also an opportunity for you to better understand the role of a pelvic floor rehab specialist and the intervention you can expect. Together we collaborate to determine the best plan of care, which includes treatment options, frequency and duration. 


We currently accept: Aetna PPO, Coastal Communities Physicians Network (CCPN), Physician's Choice, Cigna, Medicare, Cen-Cal, Blue Shield, Blue Cross, Untied Health Care, and Tri Care

payment options

We do have a cash pay option which includes $100 evaluation charge and a $75 follow up visit charge. We do highly encourage a doctor's referral for those wishing to pay cash. 

length of treatment

On average, evaluations are 60 minutes while follow treatments are 45 minutes. 

Commonly referred diagnoses 

Women's Heatlh: Overactive bladder, stress incontinence, urge incontinence, mixed incontinence, pelvic-perieal pain, bladder retention, vulvodynia, fecal urgency, fecal incontinence, incomplete defecation, cystocele, interstitial cystitis, rectocele, dysapeurnia

Men's Health: Prostate Cancer--prostatectomy, stress incontinence, urge incontinence, mixed incontinence, bladder retention, pelvic-perineal pain, testicular pain, slow transit/constipation, outlet dysfunction

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