Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine

Decrease your pain, increase overall function, and improve your quality of life.

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Find the Answers You Need at Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine

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.

We think of you.

We blaze the trail. You gain the benefits.

 

As the New York pelvic pain management and pelvic pain treatment specialist, Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine takes a new, whole body philosophy when treating our patients. We utilize the entire range of safe and effective techniques, modalities and treatments to greatly reduce pelvic pain and discomfort.

Our breakthrough approach includes:

  • Individualized, personalized care
  • Alternative medicine
  • Clinical medicine

Proud Partner with Northwell Health to Find a Non-Invasive Endometriosis Detection Test

ROSE Study for Endometriosis

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Pelvic Disorders

Compromised pelvic muscles can be involved in many disorders and conditions including:

Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS)

Pelvic Floor Muscle Hypertonia

Endometriosis and the Inflammatory Cascade

Postpartum Pelvic Pain

Pudendal Neuralgia

Pain During Intercourse

Central Sensitization of the Nervous System

Pain with Bowel Movement

Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder

Our Philosophy

Everything Works Together

The pelvis is one of the primary regions in your body and controls many aspects of it.

Our approach also takes seriously the idea that the body is only one aspect of who we are. We are also our emotions, our minds and thoughts, our social environment, our stresses, our joys – and so much more.

Please visit our practice philosophy page to learn more.

Treating Pelvic Disorders

When treating pelvic floor dysfunction, and related pain, we focus on:

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

Breathing Techniques

Trigger Point Injections

Regenerative Medicine

Peripheral Nerve Hydrodissection

Additional Modalities

Treating Pelvic Disorders

When treating pelvic floor dysfunction and related pain we focus on:

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

Breathing Techniques

Trigger Point Injections

Regenerative Medicine

Peripheral Nerve Hydrodissection

Additional Modalities

Pelvic Health Articles

Connect PT / Allyson Shrikhande, MD – Interview

A physiatrist's view on pelvic pain: an interview with Allyson Shrikande, MD Below is the transcript of an interview with Allyson Shrikhande, MD and Michelle Dela Rosa, PT. Michelle: I'm here with Dr. Allyson Shrikande, founder of Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine in New...

Healing Pelvic Pain as a Team – Interview

The Pelvic Messenger: Discussing Pelvic, Bladder, Bowel, and Sexual Disorders Pelvic messenger, supported by the International Pelvic Pain Society and Beyond Basics Physical Therapy, is devoted to the promotion of diagnoses, recovery, and success in treating Chronic...

Male Pelvic Pain Video

Male Pelvic Pain: Types, Conditions, and Causes for Men at Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine located in New York City. Male Pelvic Pain Video Transcription We always laugh when people ask us if we are women's health, because when we first started we thought we would only...

Patient Testimonials

5.0
Healthgrades

Review from

Source: Healthgrades | Apr 22, 2019

Dr. Shrikhande was lovely and very caring in her diagnosis. While it's something I'm still working through, I know she's a true partner in helping me get better.
5.0
Healthgrades

Review from

Source: Healthgrades | Apr 19, 2019

Overall, a good experience - Dr. Ahmed comes across as sympathetic, knowledgeable, and caring. The only reason I took off a star for trust in decision making is that this practice in general has an experimental feel, which probably reflects more on the newness of the field than her skill as a doctor. The only note I'd give is that she could consider the way she delivers information more.

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