This next topic is very personal. Painful intercourse can be devastating. It can leave us feeling isolated, embarrassed and hurt. The worst emotion that we may experience with painful sex…
Healing Begins Here.
At Foundational Concepts, we are breaking new ground in specialty physical therapy. Don’t wait any longer to discover how we can help to heal your Pelvic Floor Dysfunction.
Lee Anne Pilates offers sessions in her state-of-the-art Pilates Studio located at Foundational Concepts.
Lee Anne’s teaching style is based on activating and strengthening the deep muscles that protect the spine. She focuses on alignment and efficient muscle sequencing to encourage lengthening and strengthening throughout the body.
Join Lee Anne for a private or group equipment session today! Contact her directly at email@example.com.
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Healing Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
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Sensitivity, Kindness & Knowledge
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No Drugs, No Surgery…Pain-Free
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Superior Quality Care
"Jennifer Cumming is the consummate professional, and is extremely knowledgeable in the physical therapy field, especially pelvic floor physical therapy....read more→
Healing after Interstitial Cystitis
"To anyone newly diagnosed with interstitial cystitis, the disease seems like the end. The end of our happiness, our well...read more→
Healing After C-Section
"After undergoing a cesarean section I expected my body to change, but I was not prepared for the extent of...read more→
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Our mission is to treat pelvic floor dysfunction by addressing the whole person – as well as to share our therapists’ knowledge and expertise with the community and other healthcare providers – so that more people find answers to their pelvic dysfunction.