The Pelvic Health and Rehabilitation Center is committed to improving the quality of life of our patients and the dynamic growth of our employees and students. We boldly tackle educating the community and medical professionals with our innovative and evidence-based practice in pelvic floor physical therapy for pelvic pain and more. We compete by providing outstanding customer service and attracting, motivating, and retaining talented people.
New Location Coming Soon!
To better meet the needs of our patients we are opening a clinic on the eastern side of the Caldecott Tunnel!
Physical Therapists Wanted!
We are expanding and hiring physical therapists in San Francisco, Berkeley, and Los Gatos, California and Lexington, MAClick Here for More Info
Pelvic Floor Health – Beyond the Kegels
Stephanie talks to Dr. Berlin about pelvic health during pregnancy, delivery, and in the postpartum period. Women are under-informed about the role of the pelvic floor muscles during labor and delivery and their importance for urinary, bowel, and sexual functioning. Click below to listen to the “Informed Pregnancy” PodcastListen Here
Sex with Dr Jess Podcast
Rachel Gelman, Director of PHRC San Francisco, talks about pelvic health in men and womenClick below to listen to the “Sex with Dr Jess” Podcast Learn More
Pelvic Pain and Dysfunction Intelligent Medicine Podcast
Stephanie Prendergast explains how pelvic floor dysfunction may underlie a wide variety of challenging conditions: prostatitis in men, vaginal pain in women (vulvodynia), and sexual, bowel and urinary problems (including Interstitial Cystitis) in both sexes. When should one suspect that their condition might be related to pelvic floor dysfunction? What mistakes do doctors make in misdiagnosing or mistreating pelvic floor disorders? How is it diagnosed? Are Kegel exercises and biofeedback still part of therapy? What is therapy like? Who’s qualified to properly diagnose and treat these problems?
Click Here for Part One
Click Here for Part Two
From Our Blog
- The Twisted Trunk: Implications for Abdominal and Pelvic PainFebruary 22, 2018
- A Biopsychosocial Approach to VulvodyniaFebruary 15, 2018
- Mechanistic Interplay among Peripheral, Spinal and Brain Adaptions to Chronic Visceral PainFebruary 8, 2018
- Autonomic Dysregulation in Functional Gastrointestinal DisordersFebruary 1, 2018