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The pelvis is located at the center of the body, where several systems intersect. When something is wrong with the pelvis, it affects the whole person. This interconnectedness is essential to the way our pelvic pain specialists approach treatment. We don’t just treat symptoms – we address every aspect of pelvic pain in women and men.
Pelvic pain is common, but it’s not normal. A better quality of life with less pain and better function is possible.
We take seriously the idea that your chronic pain does not define who you are. Everyone who comes to us is an individual human being with their own story and their own needs.
We think of you as a whole human being – not as an assemblage of disconnected parts. We think of you as a living, breathing individual. We think of you as a person whose life experiences made you who you are – not as a test result or an x-ray image.
Pelvic Rehabilitation’s goal is to treat all of the causes and effects of pelvic pain on an individual basis to reduce pain, improve function, and elevate quality of life. This requires a team-based approach, collaborating directly with other specialists as well as with the patients themselves to get the best results possible. We believe in clear communication, making sure that each person who comes to us for help feels fully empowered and in control of their pelvic health decisions.Learn More
Solutions for pelvic pain aren't one-size-fits-all, and often require collaboration across multiple specialties and disciplines. We partner with our patients and use proven, restorative treatments to heal their pain and dysfunction.
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Endometriosis is an often painful disorder which affects 1 in 10 women. We have an excellent track record of helping patients with endometriosis receive an accurate diagnosis and ultimately achieve remission. We use non-invasive treatments whenever possible, but are also able to provide the highest standard of endometriosis excision surgery, the most effective proven method for treating this illness, when needed.
Holistic, patient-centered treatment for the root causes of pelvic pain
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New York, NY, 10017
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Great Neck, NY, 11021
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Miami, FL, 33133
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Bethesda, MD, 20817
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Troy, MI, 48084
Dr. Allyson Shrikhande, a board certified Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation specialist, is the Chief Medical Officer of Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine....
Lora Ann Liu, M.D., is a board-certified minimally invasive gynecologic surgeon, who specializes in the management of difficult gynecological surgeries,...
Based near the Highland Park region of Dallas, Texas, Dr. Rachael Haverland is passionate about helping women feel their best...
Dr. Tayyaba Ahmed is a doctor of physical medicine and rehabilitation who was born and raised in New York. She...
Dr. T. R. Christian Reutter received his BA from The Johns Hopkins University, attended medical school at the University of...
Laura Koch, CNM-FPA, WHNP-BC is a dedicated pelvic pain specialist serving patients in our Chicago, Illinois office. Laura is passionate...
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