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Welcome to the Linden Oaks Physical Therapy Pelvic Health Program

Our pelvic health program provides the highest quality of individualized care for adults and children across the gender spectrum who have been diagnosed with pelvic floor dysfunction and related musculoskeletal conditions. The Linden Oaks Pelvic Physical Therapy team has extensive specialized training in pelvic health and is passionate about improving all patients’ quality of life. Our goal is to return you to your optimal level of function at home, work, and play using an individualized evidence-based treatment program.

Many people with pelvic floor dysfunction suffer in silence and are reluctant to talk with their healthcare providers. The prevalence and incidence of pelvic pain in women varies depending on how it is reported. The estimates vary from 4.3%-8.6% (similar to global prevalence of asthma to 23.2 +/- 2.9% (similar to the prevalence of low back pain.  Chronic pelvic pain in men has been reported to affect approximately 2-10% of men worldwide.   Urinary incontinence has been estimated to be nearly 50 percent of adult women. It has also been noted that only about 25 to 61 percent of these women seek treatment. As there is help available to treat these conditions, it is important to have these conversations with your healthcare provider. We look forward to meeting you and working together to achieve your goals.

Meet The Team

Francesca Savage

PT, DPT, WCS, CAPP-Pelvic, Cert. MDT

Testicular / penile/ scrotal pain

Non-bacterial prostatitis


Urinary frequency

Levator ani syndrome

Pudendal neuralgia

Pain with urination

Tailbone/ coccyx pain

Rectal pain

Low back/ sacroiliac joint/groin pain

Abdominal Pain

Nerve Pain


Musculoskeletal pain: low back, upper back, sacroiliac joint, pubic symphysis and groin pain

Difficulty walking or climbing stairs due to pain

Postural strengthening exercises for pregnancy

Strategies for prevention of pain during pregnancy

Rib pain

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome




Postpartum Care also known as the 4th trimester

Diastasis Recti: abdominal wall separation

Painful intercourse (dyspareunia)

Musculoskeletal pain: low back, upper back, sacroiliac joint, pubic symphysis and groin pain

C-section Scar recovery program

Episiotomy and vaginal tear complications

Urinary incontinence

Fecal incontinence

Diastasis treatment

Prolapse treatment and prevention program

Blocked milk ducts


Urinary Stress Incontinence

Mixed incontinence

Urgency and frequency of bowel and bladder

Fecal incontinence

Chronic UTI’s

Urinary Retention

Pain with urination

Interstitial Cystitis (Painful bladder syndrome)

Overactive Bladder

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Post-Surgical: bladder, abdominal, hysterectomy, hernia


Pelvic Pain

Pudendal Nerve Symptoms

Endometriosis pain

Abdominal pain

Abdominal adhesions

Dyspareunia (painful intercourse)


Musculoskeletal Conditions: back, SIJ, hip, pelvic girdle pain





Pain with urination

Tailbone/ Coccyx pain

Rectal Pain


Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Interstitial Cystitis


Musculoskeletal Dysfunction

Abdominal Pain

Nerve Pain

Shoulder mobility restrictions


Urinary urgency and frequency

Urinary and bowel incontinence

Dysfunctional Voiding

Post surgical – hysterectomy, rectal, vaginal