Welcome to Pelvic Therapies’ PT Dashboard

Welcome to Pelvic Therapies Inc.’s Physical Therapist’s Dashboard page. Here you can find exclusive resources that can be helpful for your clients dealing with chronic pelvic pain. Check back often as we continue to add new content. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or feedback.

Self-massage with the Pelviwand empowers the user to control the exact amount and location of pressure applied. The two release-ends make the Pelviwand perfect to gently massage muscles that are tender, tight or have trigger-Points. 

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The LA-Wand’s 9″ length aids in reachability. It has a thinner diameter of 5/8″. The Release-Ends™ include a gentle curve with a tapered end and a handle end.


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The V-Wand is 7/8″ diameter at its widest and is 8″ in length. The Release-Ends™ include an opposable-thumb shape and a finger-tip like tapered end.


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Empower the patient as they participate in the outcome and management of their recovery.

Pelvic Pain:


Chronic Pelvic Pain is a debilitating condition, yet it is poorly understood. This is surprising because it’s estimated that 300 million people worldwide [approximately 4% of the world’s population], suffer with or are burdened by Chronic Pelvic Pain and associated dysfunction. Best estimates have the population ratios at one in five women, and one in twelve men.


Often in Chronic Pelvic Pain, the initial physical problem has lessened or even disappeared, but the pain continues because of changes in the nervous system, muscles, fascia, and or other organs and tissue[s] of the body.


The pain is real and can significantly affect a person’s quality of life, limiting their daily physical activities and disturbing their ability to work, concentrate, interact, and sleep. The sufferer’s daily rudimentary functioning and general well-being are affected, in turn causing more concern, stress, anxiety, and fear, which then feeds into fuelling the pain and dysfunction even more.


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Disorders that cause pelvic discomfort and pain include but are not limited to:

» Pelvic floor muscle dysfunction (i.e. pain, overactivity, shortening)

» Post surgical scar tissue that, even in the hands of the most skilled surgeons, can sometimes entrap nerves and cause pain

» IBS, Chronic Constipation, Crohn’s Disease

» Sexual pain

» Rectal Pain

» Spinal, sacroiliac, and hip joint issues

» Endometriosis, uterine fibroids, ovarian cyst

» Non-bacterial Prostatitis and Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome

» Urological disorders such as Interstitial Cystitis

» Anorgasmia

» Tight vaginal opening

» Pelvic Floor trauma from abuse

» Vaginal atrophy from natural aging and early menopause

» Childbirth