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Convenience. Comfort. Quality 


Serving Madison, Hinds and Rankin counties


Whether you are trying to prepare for the "big event" or you have aches and pain from pregnancy or past injuries, a pelvic floor PT can aid in easing this season of life. Your therapist will offer education, breath work, manual therapy, and exercises to aid in prepping you for an optimal labor and delivery.  

Following delivery, women may often experience pelvic floor dysfunction due to the stresses of pregnancy and childbirth. Pelvic floor therapy can aid in diastasis recti healing, urinary/fecal incontinence, perineal pain/tearing and C-section scar mobility.

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Pelvic floor therapy is utilized in the treatment of pelvic pain conditions, such as: pelvic floor muscle spasm, tailbone pain, vulvar pain and pudendal neuralgia. Pelvic floor therapy can aid in reducing pain, discomfort and disruptions to your daily life.

Pelvic floor therapy can address multiple aspects of urinary incontinence by strengthening and/or relaxing the pelvic floor muscles, as well as improving bladder control. At Pelvic Precision our goal is to not only reduce leakage, but return you back to optimal function.

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The pelvic floor muscles play a crucial role in bowel function. Dysfunction in these muscles can contribute to chronic constipation and/or bowel incontinence. At Pelvic Precision we utilize a whole-body approach in addressing the contributing factors to your issues.

Pelvic organ prolapse occurs when one or more of the pelvic organs, such as the bladder, uterus or rectum, descend or bulge into the vaginal canal due to weakened or tight pelvic floor muscles and connective tissues. At Pelvic Precision we will aid in rebalancing the pelvic floor muscles, educate on proper breathing and pressure management strategies, and introduce exercises to improve the pelvic floor support system.

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Contact us for a free phone consultation to discuss how our services can help you!

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Get to Know Dr. Natalie

Dr. Natalie Stewart is a Florida native who has spent most of her working career in Mississippi.  She graduated with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Florida A&M University in 2015 and moved to Mississippi with her husband Neel. She has worked in a variety of settings but found her passion in pelvic health following the birth of her two children. She is trained through Herman and Wallace and also a certified Pregnancy and Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist (PCES). Dr. Natalie is certified in dry needling through UDN-C. Her goal is to bring awareness and healing to pelvic floor dysfunction, and increase access to pelvic health care for all. 

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What should I expect on my first visit?

At Pelvic Precision, we will review and LISTEN to your detailed medical history. We will perform a comprehensive orthopedic screen which may or may not include an internal pelvic assessment. Internal assessments are at the discretion and approval of the patient; internal assessment is the gold standard to assess pelvic floor anatomy and dysfunction. From there we create an individualized treatment plan aimed at achieving the functional goals we set together.

Do you accept my health insurance?

Pelvic Precision is an out-of-network provider. This model allows for shorter wait times, increased treatment time therefore quality of care, and autonomy with treatment plans reducing insurance influence. We do accept HSA, FSA and can provide superbills for out-of-network coverage.

What do I need to provide for my first home visit?

You will receive initial intake forms which will include the few items needed for each treatment session, but otherwise we take care of the rest!

Do I need a Doctor's referral?

As of July 2024, Mississippi is now a direct access state which means patients no longer require a referral to seek physical therapy services.

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