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The thought of pelvic floor health may have never entered your mind; however pelvic floor dysfunction is something that can affect all of us. Men, women, young and old – everyone!

How Are the Pelvic Floor Muscles Structured?

The pelvic cavity contains the reproductive organs, bladder, rectum, and part of the urethra. There are a number of muscles that help support the walls of the pelvic cavity and keep everything where it should be. The specific muscles lining the inferior lining of the pelvic cavity are known as the pelvic floor muscles.

Collectively, these muscles are called the levator ani and coccygeus muscles. They perform some critical bodily functions. They support the pelvic and abdominal viscera (which includes most of the abdominal organs). They also play key roles in sexual function, childbirth, and continence. If the pelvic floor muscles aren’t functioning properly, it can impact your quality of life. Fortunately, you can receive help from Alexandria pelvic floor specialists. Receiving pelvic floor therapy can help strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor and reduce your symptoms. 

It is never too early to prevent pelvic floor dysfunction. And at sculp’d+, we offer many levels of treatment:

Not sure what you need? Schedule a complimentary consultation so our Pelvic Floor Specialist can provide a personalized treatment plan.


What Is Pelvic Organ Prolapse?

Pelvic floor dysfunction can eventually lead to pelvic organ prolapse without treatment. This happens when the bladder, rectum, uterus, or vagina drop down or bulge out from their proper places. As you can imagine, this can be both uncomfortable and embarrassing in intimate situations. It can also lead to problems with continence, sexual pleasure, and other normal bodily functions. Here are the various types of pelvic organ prolapse:

If you have any of these problems, Alexandria pelvic floor therapy may help. Seek care from trusted pelvic floor specialists who can help you strengthen weak muscles in your pelvic floor. If the problem is severe, you may need to receive vaginal or abdominal surgery to correct it.


Below are some risk factors for pelvic floor dysfunction to consider when deciding if these programs are right for you:

Pelvic floor dysfunction is not a natural part of aging or something we all need to “just accept.” Focused treatment can help resolve dysfunctions in the pelvis that contribute to bowel, bladder, sexual health, and pain complaints and discomfort. 

You are not alone. 1 in 5 people suffer pelvic floor dysfunction but this can be corrected, and we are here to help you restore your quality of life!

What to Expect from Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy in Alexandria

Pelvic floor physical therapy typically involves a combination of workouts, postural interventions, and muscle re-education. The type of therapy you receive depends on your underlying symptoms and what’s causing them. 


Our sculp’d+ Pelvic Floor Programming offers 3 different options for you to that are customized, effective and will deliver the results you need. The first step to figuring out which program is best for you is to meet with our specialist to fully understand your desired outcome and how to best get there.

The sculp'd+ pelvic floor program - 3 Options to choose from

Our sculp’d+ program is run by a board certified family nurse practitioner specializing in the human pelvic floor. This program includes:

  • One on one sessions with our clinician. After your initial meting, you can jointly determine how many sessions are needed.
  • Client history and physical exam (if warranted) by our FNP-BC
  • Suggested lifestyle modifications
  • Pelvic floor and core exercises (taught and guided by our FNP-BC)
  • Overview & insight into our pelvic floor strengthening and toning (Emsella) 
  • Relaxation techniques
  • Cost is $150/hour

Enrollment in our 6 week pelvic floor series on our proprietary reformer machines.

During the workouts, you will be guided through exercises, breath work, postural and engagement work. This is also designed and perfect for perinatal women during this unique and special time that will help strengthen the pelvic floor, core, and muscles that can be taxed during this period. Our goal, in addition to strengthening the body, is to provide community and support during this awesome, and sometimes challenging, time. 


  • Course is 6 weeks in duration, with 60 minute meetings twice per week. The 60 minutes include 45 minutes of exercise, including cool down and stretch, and 15 minutes of breath, postural, pelvic floor, and core work. 
  • All meetings will be led by instructor Erin Sengel, FNP-BC
  • Call studio to get latest dates and schedules
  • Cost is $260

This provides you with access to our Emsella machine. The protocol for stress or urge incontinence is a total of 6 sessions, spread out over 3 weeks, resulting in the re-education of the patients muscles.

Please note, this includes either the 6 week course OR 3 hours with our pelvic floor specialist.

This breakthrough technology utilizes electromagnetic energy to deliver thousands of supramaximal pelvic floor muscle contractions in a single session … think 11,400 kegel exercises in 28 minutes.

Call studio at 703-567-4442 to book.

Cost is $1800

Pelvic Floor Exercises You Can Do at Home

Alexandria pelvic floor specialists may recommend that you perform certain exercises at home to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. These exercises should not take the place of professional pelvic floor physical therapy. However, they may help you speed up or maintain the results you receive through therapy. Kegel exercises are some of the most common types of exercises recommended for pelvic floor dysfunction. Here’s how to do them:

Be sure to breathe normally throughout the exercise. Don’t hold your breath or flex the muscles in your buttocks or abdomen. At first, it will be difficult to perform Kegel exercises. But as the muscles of your pelvic floor become stronger, it should become easier for you.


If you want to learn more about pelvic floor therapy and how these exercises and treatments help condition and strengthen your pelvic floor, contact sculp’d+ now! We are proud to be the leading provider of successful Pelvic Floor Therapy in Alexandria, VA, and surrounding areas. Call us now at (703) 567-4442 or reach out to us online to learn more about the pelvic floor strengthening treatments we offer and how we can help you transform the health of your pelvic floor.

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