Pelvic Rehabilitation

Physical therapy plays an important role in both women’s and men’s health as it relates to pelvic stability. 

What is Pelvic Rehabilitation?

Pelvic Rehab is a non-surgical approach to the rehabilitation of dysfunctions associated with the pelvis that can contribute to bowel, bladder, sexual health, and pain complaints. All pelvic dysfunctions can be associated with pain, tension, weakness, or lengthened muscles. Our Pelvic Health team at TherapySouth can help!

When the pelvic floor is not functioning optimally, the result may be urinary or fecal incontinence, pelvic prolapse, or pelvic pain. Stress urinary incontinence is not a normal part of aging, but can be a symptom of the condition of the pelvic floor. Treatments may include behavioral strategies, manual therapies, modalities, therapeutic exercise, education and functional re-training. Physical therapy can help treat C-section, episiotomy and surgical scars.

The pelvic floor functions in many roles:

Some risk factors for pelvic floor dysfunction include:

Meet our Pelvic Health Team!

Krystel Jurovcik, PT


Tamara Worley, PT, DPT


Olivia Rhodes, PT, DPT

Columbus, GA

Lindsay Andrews, PT, DPT


Allison Fowlkes, PT, MSPT


Susan Davies, PT


Morgan McNeill, PT, DPT

HSV - University Drive

Katie Farquhar, PT, DPT

HSV - University Drive

Men's Pelvic Health Team

Clinicians at select clinic locations treat both men and women for pelvic health pain and dysfunction.

Krystel Jurocvik, PT, DPT

Montgomery, Opelika

Tiffany Higginbotham, PT, DPT


Laine Villarreal, PT, DPT


Morgan McNeill, PT, DPT

HSV - University Drive