Pelvic Health

Specializing in women's urinary incontinence and pelvic pain


It’s Time to Talk About Your Pelvic Health

Are you peeing when you laugh or cough? Do you feel like your bowel movements are not complete? Is sex painful? We know it can be uncomfortable to discuss symptoms of pelvic health dysfunction, but the truth is that these are common issues that many women experience and can be helped through targeted physical therapy. Some risk factors which contribute to a weakened pelvic floor are advanced age, history of abdominal/pelvic surgery, excess body weight, or history of trauma to the area, such as childbirth or heavy lifting. Our specialized pelvic health providers can treat your
symptoms and get you back to living a better, more confident life.

Our Services

HARTZ Physical Therapy provides high-quality outpatient pelvic floor physical therapy with practitioners who have completed specialized training focusing specifically on pelvic dysfunction diagnoses. Everyone has a pelvic floor which consists of a group muscles responsible for holding
the bladder, uterus, bowels, urethra and rectum in place. PT will facilitate better coordination and strength of your abdominal and pelvic muscles which will allow for a smoother delivery and postpartum recovery.  Don’t wait another day to start living your best life!

Pelvic health PT can help you with the following:

  • Tailbone, Back, Hip or Groin Pain
  • Pain During Intercourse
  • Urinary & Fecal Incontinence
  • Core Weakness
  • Abdominal Pain
  • Muscle Spasms
  • Organ Prolapse
  • Disastasis Recti (abdominal separation)
  • Stress Relief
  • Improved Posture

Treatment may include:

  • A pelvic floor exam in our private pelvic health patient rooms designed to create a relaxing & comfortable experience.
  • Core muscle strength, endurance, and coordination will be assessed to improve control & function of pelvic floor muscles.
  • Individualized exercises and strengthening programs to ensure success.
  • Patient Education on the symptoms, causes & treatment of pelvic dysfunction.

To learn more about what causes pelvic pain and how you can feel better CLICK HERE.

Jennifer Graham, DPT works out of our Lititz office and treats generalized orthopedics, post-op, and vestibular diagnoses with a focus on pelvic health and geriatrics.  She provides patient-centered care using a combination of manual therapy, patient education and individualized exercise programs to ensure success.  She strives to make each patient comfortable during physical therapy so that together, they can address the root cause of the issue and move forward on the road to recovery.

We invite you to reach out to Jennie directly for a FREE phone consultation to discuss her treatment model as well as her background in pelvic health physical therapy. You can reach Jennie at 717-625-2228 or via email at