Pelvic floor physical therapy is an advanced specialization, which means we treat the entire musculoskeletal system. Our patients commonly seek help within our pelvic specialty for:
- hip and low back pain
- prenatal pain, weakness, and dysfunction (incontinence; pelvic girdle pain; incontinence; urinary urgency or frequency)
- postpartum pain, weakness, and dysfunction (diastasis recti; prolapse; abdominal pain after c-section; vaginal pain post delivery; urinary urgency or frequency; incontinence)
- pelvic pain (vulvodynia/vulvar pain; interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome; pudendal neuralgia; vaginismus; coccyx pain; rectal, testicular, or penile pain; constipation; pain associated with endometriosis)
Dustienne also specializes in:
- visceral mobilization and myofascial release to enhance fertility (combined with IVF and acupuncture)
- therapeutic yoga
Alex has a passion for treating the LGBT and non-binary communities.
Alex has a doctorate in physical therapy. Dustienne is a Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Women’s Health Physical Therapy (WCS).
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More about WCS
The WCS is a certification granted by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS). Individuals earning this certification are physical therapists who have demonstrated proficiency in evaluating and treating a variety of women’s health diagnoses. Examples of these diagnoses include: incontinence, pelvic floor pain, prenatal and postpartum care, breast and gynecological cancer care, lymphedema, and considerations of treating the female athlete.