Women's Health Physical Therapy in Cincinnati OH

Physical Therapy For Women in Cincinnati OH

Premier Physical Therapy’s Women’s Health Physical Therapists have achieved specialty training to address the unique health needs of women. Our highly trained therapists have years of experience in the care of women-specific symptoms and use research-supported techniques to treat pain and restore function in our female patients.

We Offer These Women’s Health Physical Therapy

  • Pregnancy-related conditions

    During pregnancy, extra stress on the musculoskeletal system can result in a variety of issues, including low back pain, sciatica, urine leakage, sacroiliac/pubic pain, thoracic/rib pain, abdominal muscle pain and separation (diastasis recti), carpal tunnel, and headaches.

  • Post-partum Conditions

    After childbirth, some women experience conditions requiring treatment, including abdominal muscle separation (Diastasis recti) and pain; pelvic floor muscle weakness syndromes; C-section scar pain, and upper and lower back pain.

  • Post-surgical Conditions

    Poorly healing incision sites or adherent surgical scars can result in pain and neuromuscular dysfunction, and abdominal weakness after surgery can lead to poor posture, low back pain, and excess strain on the pelvic floor muscles.

  • Osteoporosis
  • Fibromyalgia/Myofascial Pain Syndrome

Premier Physical Therapy works hard to ensure every patient has access to the right treatment plan for them. We are proud to refer patients to Premier Wellness & Myofascial Release to offer specialized treatments for the following women’s health issues:

You can easily and conveniently request an appointment with Premier Wellness & Myofascial Release by visiting www.premierwellnesspt.com.

For additional information:
American Physical Therapy Association; Section on Women’s Health


National Fibromyalgia Association


The International Pelvic Pain Society


American Urogynecological Society


The Interstitial Cystitis Network


National Association for Continence


International Foundation for Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders (IFFGD)


International Continence Society (ICS)


Society for Pudendal Neuralgia