At Sandia Pelvic Health, the most current techniques and methods are used to help patients achieve optimal pelvic health. Exceptional care is provided to individuals who suffer from pelvic floor dysfunction, including issues like urinary and bowel incontinence, pelvic pain, sexual dysfunction and pregnancy related issues.
Patients will receive the personal care they need in a safe and comfortable environment, as these conditions can be sensitive in nature. Book an appointment today to schedule your appointment and take the first step towards your best YOU.
Bladder dysfunction is one of the most commonly treated pelvic floor issues. In fact, research links incontinence to an overall decreased quality of life. Pelvic floor physical therapy is a powerful tool in treating many bladder issues.
Navigating less-than-pleasurable intimacy has several layers., but you don’t have to struggle alone. Pelvic floor physical therapy helps address the multiple facets and factors contributing to the varied sexual dysfunctions you are experiencing.
The pregnancy journey, from carrying your child all the way through the 4th trimester, can be daunting, uncomfortable and sometimes painful. Our bodies go through a massive change while carrying babies, followed by another considerable shift on the postpartum/recovery side. Pelvic floor physical therapy has been shown to improve overall comfort during pregnancy, reported satisfaction of childbirth, and make the recovery process more efficient.
Often under-discussed with our community and medical providers, bowel dysfunction can be overwhelming, humiliating and often isolating. It can be caused by diet/activity, a medical condition or childbirth.
Pelvic Organ Prolapse, or “POP” happens when one or more pelvic organs descend or bulge down into the vaginal canal. Most common after giving birth, this can also arise after abdominal surgery, during/after menopause, with high impact sports or with generalized pelvic floor weakness. Prolapses happen, but pelvic floor physical therapy can help.
Owner and Doctor of Physical Therapy
Hi! I’m Lindsay, your friendly neighborhood physical therapist for your private parts.
I received my bachelor’s degree from Chapman University and Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Azusa Pacific University, both in Southern California, before coming home to New Mexico. I began my career in the hospitals before I discovered my passion for pelvic health physical therapy and I haven’t looked back since!
In my career, I’ve had the privilege of assisting numerous individuals in restoring their pelvic health and improving overall quality of life. I’m a firm believer in the power of knowledge and empowering my patients with the education and tools they need to actively participate in their healing process.
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