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At Foundational Concepts, it is our mission to provide an integrative approach to musculoskeletal dysfunction to restore function, reduce pain and rejuvenate your whole person. Our long term vision includes bringing together many disciplines that can help heal women and men suffering from pelvic floor dysfunction. We offer physical therapy for pelvic floor dysfunction, oncology rehab for post-cancer treatment pain, lymphedema therapy, and much, much more. Listed below are some of the areas we specialize in.

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction encompasses many different disorders and symptoms. We can give you back a quality of life that you may not have thought possible.

Pelvic Pain

Painful intercourse, incontinence, constipation, and the emotional anguish that can accompany these issues, are all symptomatic of pelvic floor dysfunction. Get the relief you need with pelvic floor therapy.

Urinary Incontinence

If you think a little pee after a good laugh is normal, think again. Urinary incontinence is treatable with pelvic floor therapy, which will strengthen your core and support your bladder.

Painful Intercourse

Painful intercourse can greatly impact your life and relationships. Get the help you need— physically and emotionally—with pelvic physical therapy and sex therapy treatments.


Painful and uncomfortable, constipation is often a result of poor lifestyle habits and is linked to the condition of your pelvic floor. Discover how you can break the cycle.

Fecal Incontinence

The loss of bowel control shouldn’t control of your life. Pelvic floor therapy addresses the various causes of fecal incontinence to help you reclaim your body once more.

Male Pelvic Pain

Male pelvic pain often manifests as pain between the testicles and anus and can intensify with sitting, intercourse, urination or a bowel movement.

Bowel Dysfunction

If you suffer from chronic constipation, our Intensive Bowel Program can help you make lasting changes in a short amount of time.

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Pelvic organ prolapse (POP) occurs when the uterus, bladder, urethra, gastrointestinal tract and/or rectum prolapse through the vaginal walls.

Pelvic Floor

Pregnancy & Postpartum

Pregnancy can put quite a bit of strain on our musculoskeletal systems, as well as our bowel and bladder.  Pelvic floor physical therapy can help.

Dry Needling

Treating dysfunctions in skeletal muscle, fascia, connective tissue can diminish persistent pain and lead to improved activity and participation.

Oncology Rehabilitation

Surviving cancer leaves many physical and emotional scars. Our dedicated specialists can treat the many after-effects of cancer treatment with oncology rehab services.

Orthopedic Physical Therapy

Caring for the whole person isn’t limited to the pelvic floor. We create individualized orthopedic physical therapy programs to diagnose and treat your pain anywhere on your body.


TMJ (Temporal-Mandibular Joint Pain)

A large portion of the US population will have pain related to the TMJ or jaw joint that contribute to  temporal-mandibular disorders (TMD).

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.

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