El Paso Pelvic Health Physical Therapy was founded to provide a safe place for men and women to get relief from urinary and bowel issues, pelvic pain, sexual dysfunction, and pre- and post-natal issues. We aim to help our surrounding community by providing the high quality of treatment we would want for our own family.

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Find help for the following problems at

El Paso Pelvic Health: 


Male and Female Urinary Conditions

  • Any leaking or wetness that occurs with actvities like:
    • coughing
    • sneezing
    • laughing
    • getting up
    • running
    • jumping
  • Strong need to rush to the bathroom when doing household chores or running errands
  • Having to go to the bathroom again right after you go
    • Not being able to go 2 or 3 hours without a trip to the bathroom
    • Or getting up more than twice to go at night
  • Any kind of leakage or the need to wear pads after a surgery, especially a pelvic or abdominal surgery (prostatectomy, hysterectomy, bladder sling, tummy tuck)

Male and Female Urinary Conditions

  • A feeling of heaviness that worsens by the end of the day
    • or feeling like your organs are falling out
  • "Small bladder syndrome"
  • Interstitial Cystitis

    Male and Female Pelvic Pain Conditions

    • Abdominal pain, including:
      • scar pain
      • discomfort after an abdominal surgery
    • Pain with sexual intercourse, including any sexual activity
    • Tailbone pain
    • Groin pain

      Pregnancy-related Services

      • Childbirth preparation including core and pelvic floor muscle training, education regarding gentle birth positions and technique, and return to activity in postpartum

      Women's Health Conditions

      • Weak pelvic floor
      • Pelvic pain including pain with sex
      • Bowel and bladder issues

      Postpartum Conditions

      • Getting rid of "Mom Pooch" or a separation in the core
      • Any leakage that is not resolved by 6 weeks postpartum
      • Abdominal muscle weakness
      • Painful abdominal and/or perineal scars after tearing or episiotomy during delivery
      • Difficulty with running, jumping, and lifting

      Bowel Dysfunction

      • Constipation
      • Difficulty evacuating
      • Not being able to hold back gas
      • Smearing on underwear or excessive wiping after a bowel movement
      • Hemorrhoids or fissures

      Post-surgical Rehabilitation

      • Prostatectomy
      • Cesarean section
      • Hernia repair
      • Uterine, bladder, or rectal prolapse

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      Worried about coming into the office?


      At El Paso Pelvic Health Physical Therapy, we treat things that people don't like to talk about.

      If you think you might have pelvic floor dysfunction, 

      take the questionnaire to see if you would benefit from physical therapy or Give us a call.