During diaphragmatic breathing, our goal is to lower our diaphragm to initiate our breathing rather than using our chest muscles to do so. So how do we accomplish this, and…
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 is now offering two new classes in her state-of-the-art Pilates Studio located at Foundational Concepts.
Dry needling is a skilled intervention that uses a thin filiform needle to penetrate the skin and stimulate underlying myofascial trigger points, muscular, and connective tissues for the management of…
When it comes to normal bodily functions, often times we do not put much thought into them until something goes wrong. Today's blog will discuss healthy and normal bladder function and…
Healing Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
I'm actually grateful that my physical state got to the point that I had to seek out Foundational Concepts. Because...read more→
Sensitivity, Kindness & Knowledge
"Sarah and I have been working together for several weeks. My pelvic pain is related to scar tissue from surgery,...read more→
No Drugs, No Surgery…Pain-Free
"I met Jenn and Sarah in 2011 after almost a year of searching for the cause of my pelvic pain....read more→
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→
"Remember when you thought 30 was old? I do. Anyone 30 or over knows now that 30 is not nearly...read more→
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.