Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy in the Greater Upper Valley: Lebanon, NH and Grantham, NH

Pelvic pain, incontinence, and dysfunction is surprisingly common, but can be unfamiliar, debilitating, and challenging to address.  

The Cioffredi & Associates Pelvic Health & Rehabilitation Program provides a private, non-surgical treatment approach on dysfunction related to the pelvic floor muscles that can help you resolve your discomfort and overcome your condition. Patients may be referred for this type of PT with a symptom or complaint such as pain, bladder symptoms, bowel symptoms, sexual dysfunction, pregnancy and/or post-natal related discomfort. We pair pelvic expertise and clinical skills with compassion, understanding, and communication to deliver the optimal treatment experience and outcome for you.

What happens during a Pelvic Physical Therapy evaluation?




• Urinary Incontinence (Stress, Urgency, Mixed)
• Painful Bladder Syndrome
• Cystocele
• Urinary Hesitancy
• Urinary Frequency/Urgency/Overactive Bladder
• Dysuria


• Constipation
• Irritable Bowel Syndrome
• Fecal Incontinence
• Proctalgia Fugax (severe episodic rectal pain)
• Anal Fissures
• Hemorrhoids
• Rectocele (rectal prolapse)
• Scar tissue related to medical treatment such as surgery


• Non-bacterial Prostatitis
• Pain in Perineum/Genital Region
• Rectal Pain
• Abdominal Pain
• Pudendal Neuralgia or Pudendal Nerve Entrapment
• Coccyx Pain
• Levator Ani Syndrome/Non-relaxing Pelvic Floor


• Vulvodynia/Vestibulitis
• Endometriosis
• Dyspareunia (pain with intercourse)
• Vaginismus
• Pudendal Neuralgia or Pudendal Nerve Entrapment
• Coccyx (tailbone) pain
• Post Hysterectomy Pain
• Hip Labral Dysfunction
• Abdominal Pain
• Levator Ani Syndrome/Non-relaxing Pelvic Floor


• Low Back Pain
• SI Joint Dysfunction
• Pubic Symphysis Pain
• Hip Instability
• Postural Dysfunction
• Diastasis Recti (abdominal muscle separation)
• Scar tissue restriction (e.g. c-section, episiotomy)
• Dyspareunia (pain with intercourse)

“[My therapist] was very clear, knowledgeable, and such a compassionate person. I now feel more strength in my hips and abdomen which helps me carry my pelvis with more confidence and less pain. I also feel I now understand my body and all the mechanics of pelvic pain symptoms better after having worked with her.”

Meet Stephanie Daniels PT, DPT, who leads up the Pelvic Floor program in Lebanon, NH.

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