Attention: If you suffer from chronic pelvic pain, you are NOT alone,
and the information below may offer the solution you’re looking for…

Pelvic Pain Treatment

Find Out If Something Called “Pelvic Pain Therapy” Can Give You Relief From Conditions Such As Painful Intercourse, Sexual Dysfunction, & Sacral & Coccyx Pain

Few issues can be more personal and have more negative impact
on your quality of life than those listed above…

If you suffer from any of these conditions, you realize you MUST do something…the impact is too extensive to ignore any longer.

Unfortunately, Myofascial Pelvic Pain is often difficult to diagnose, mistaken for other conditions, or missed entirely!


Many doctors are unaware of the causes of Myofascial Pelvic Pain.
In fact, many physicians don’t know the condition exists at all.

When it comes to pelvic pain, many doctors look in other directions for the cause and ignore the muscles entirely.

For many patients, this can be a costly mistake, leading to years of unnecessary pain and suffering…

At times, you can feel like you’re the only one who understands what you’re going through.

Well, it doesn’t have to be that way…

Who Am I & Why Should You Listen To Me?

Hello! My name is Dr. Scott Gray.

Here at Back In Motion Sport & Spinal Physical Therapy, we are very familiar with the treatment for Myofascial Pelvic Pain.

While Pelvic Physical Therapy may not hold all the answers, for a significant percentage of men and women, the results can be life-changing.

“A 2012 article in the Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing estimated that myofascial pelvic pain in women may be the underlying cause of chronic pelvic pain in 14% to 23% of cases and up to 78% of cases of interstitial cystitis, which is a type of otherwise unexplained bladder pain.”

  •   Source: Harvard Medical School – Women’s Health Watch

Once other possible causes of pain such as fibroids or bladder problems have been rules out, pelvic physical therapy should be considered.

If you deal with chronic pelvic pain on a daily basis, it’s important you know there are alternatives.

  • Don’t tell yourself that you “just have to deal with it”
  • Don’t let years go by without looking at every option to help you live a normal life again
  • Don’t let the personal nature of your symptoms stop you from seeking a solution
  • And don’t rely on pain medications that only mask the pain temporarily

Knowing that a solution may be a phone call away wouldn’t it make sense to speak with a qualified therapist who understands your unique situation and symptoms?

I have a recommendation for you…

Use the button below to set up a call today.

You can feel 100% confident you’re speaking to an expert in Pelvic Physical Therapy.

We’ll walk you through the treatment with complete confidentiality, so you can feel at ease.

There is absolutely no cost or obligation for the call
and–of course– your conversation is 100% confidential!

Remember these important points:

  • Pelvic pain is not normal in menopause or at any other time
  • Chronic pelvic pain can occur in woman AND men
  • The longer you live with the pain, the more your body will become sensitized to it…this will INCREASE the level of pain you experience over time

And don’t rely on wishful thinking as a game plan!

Call today to find out if Pelvic Physical Therapy can finally give you the relief you’ve been looking for, so you can regain control of your quality of life…and your long-term health and happiness!

It all starts with a phone call…

If you’d like to discuss your personalized treatment plan, and get answers to questions about cost, insurance coverage, time frames and more, we urge you to take advantage of your FREE, no-obligation phone call with a member of our Pelvic Physical Therapy Team!

Committed to your health,

Dr. Jenna Stasi

P.S. We believe the more you know about your own health, the sooner you’ll find relief. So after you schedule your call with us, please download our exclusive FREE REPORT. It’s called:

“5 Simple Ways to Putting An End to Pelvic Pain Without Surgery, Resting, or Painkillers”