Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation


One-third of women battle with one or more pelvic floor disorders.

1 out of 7 women suffer from pelvic pain.

25% of young women experience  urinary incontinence.

44% to 57% of middle-aged/post-menopausal women experience urinary incontinence.

11% of women are likely to have pelvic surgery for urinary incontinence.

29% of women will have multiple surgeries for pelvic floor disorders.


Majority of women's health conditions are treatable and manageable without surgery.


Our Women's Health Therapist is trained and certified to help with pelvic floor dysfunction and other physical therapy needs. She is here to help relieve pain and discomfort, but more importantly, help women feel empowered.


Some common symptoms are:


Stress Incontinence

Urge Incontinence

Overactive Bladder

Pelvic Pain

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Painful Intercourse

Tail-bone Pain



Good Life Physical Therapy believes in conservative, research-based, and holistic care to provide a full experience and quality patient care. If you have additional questions for our Women's Health Specialist, please Call Us or Email Us.


Eastown Clinic

1331 Lake Dr. SE, Suite 105

Grand Rapids, MI 49506

Phone: 616-248-9842

Fax: 616-248-9848

Centerpoint Clinic

2500 E. Beltline Ave. SE, Suite J

Grand Rapids, MI 49546

Phone: 616-855-6588

Fax: 616-248-9848