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Are pelvic floor services right for you?!

Many people assume that pelvic floor rehab is only appropriate for women who have had children. However, MANY women (and men!) of all ages will experience pelvic floor issues at some point in their lives, with or without birthing children. If you fall into any of these categories, pelvic floor services might be right for you!!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's):

1. Do you accept insurance?

In attempt to prevent restrictions brought on by insurance companies, we do not accept insurance at this time. This allows us to focus purely on what is going to get YOU better, instead of focusing on what your insurance will or will not allow.

2. What is "online coaching"?

At Lynne DiPirro Performance LLC, we offer holistic pelvic health coaching. This is a completely virtual service that gives you flexibility in your care, so that you do not need to attend weekly, in-person sessions. You will receive personalized exercise programming and education to promote pelvic floor and whole body wellness from the comfort of your home!

3. I have an in-person evaluation coming up. What should I expect?

At your first visit, your provider will actively listen to all of your concerns and go through a thorough history intake. She will then take you through a series of movements tests, so it is helpful to wear comfortable clothing! If indicated, your provider will perform an internal pelvic exam (vaginally or rectally). This allows your provider the ability to assess the pelvic floor muscles for weakness, tightness, etc. Following this, you and your provider will decide on the best route to addressing your concerns!

4. Is an internal pelvic exam required?

We understand that this is a very sensitive area and people will have varying levels of comfort with an internal exam. Therefore, the exam is not at all required. However, it allows your provider to get a more exact understanding of the pelvic floor muscles and is VERY helpful for guiding your care. If you are nervous or uncomfortable with possibility of having an internal exam, please speak with your provider to discuss other options during your session! 

5. Do you treat men?

Yes!! Men have pelvic floor muscles very similar to women. I often see men for testicular pain, penile pain, erectile dysfunction and bladder leakage.

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