Pelvic Pain? Incontinence? Painful Sex?

You don’t have to suffer in silence!

Do you…

  • Have pain in the lower abdomen, pelvic floor, or low back?
  • Feel like you have to urinate right away, often, or both?
  • Avoid having sex because it is painful?
  • Struggle to sit because of pain, numbness, or burning in the ‘saddle region’?

You’re not alone!

When pelvic pain and dysfunction takes you away from the activities you love, Motus PT provides effective solutions you can trust…with dignity and from the comfort of your home!

Want to learn more?

“I was already having telehealth PT for my hip and shoulder issues when I developed a pelvic floor disorder.  Once cleared by the doctor, Darlene was easily able to modify my treatment to focus on the weakness and heaviness I was feeling in my pelvic floor. I have come to rely on Darlene, and her patience and expertise, as she provides me with quality care for my entire body. Needless to say, I’m in good hands!”

-Sandra l.

According to the Memorial Hermann medical organization, “one in five people will suffer from a pelvic floor disorder during their lifetime.”¹ 

Pelvic pain and bladder problems are uncomfortable… and uncomfortable to talk about.

But it doesn’t have to be that way!

At Motus PT, Darlene addresses a wide variety of pelvic health issues sensitively and with compassion. She helps you find effective strategies to not only cope, but to overcome your symptoms and regain the confidence in your body to return to the activities you desire.

Darlene’s got you covered!

Here’s what you can expect:


Clear, detailed information & education about your particular pelvic health issue


Highly skilled treatment plans to address your specific pelvic symptoms


Targeted exercise programs focusing on correcting any limitations found in the pelvis and surrounding joints and muscles


Effective solutions for common problems such as incontinence, irritable bowel syndrome, coccydynia, painful bladder syndrome (IC), perimenopausal disorders, pelvic organ prolapse, or painful sex


Confidence to return to the activities you love

Is a LEAKY BLADDER wrecking your LIFE?

Urinary incontinence affects persons of all ages and sexes. This common problem of losing control of your bladder does not have to be inevitable or permanent. ²,³

Don’t let a leaky bladder hold you back from the activities you enjoy.

Physical Therapy can help!

Click here for a printable handout of an exercise that coordinates breathing with pelvic floor—the first step to stopping the leaks.

Then book a free consultation with Darlene to see how pelvic health PT can improve your control and your life.

What is incontinence?

“I’ve been struggling with a leaky bladder for as long as I can remember. After my two pregnancies, things got a little worse and I was having to use several pantiliners a day. I thought…this is just how it’s going to be. Then I started working with Darlene. She taught me how my pelvic floor was actually overactive. I learned how to relax my muscles and then activate them properly while walking, bending, lifting and even doing a very small hop. I no longer need those pantiliners for everyday life and I’m so grateful!


-johnna w.

Still unsure if you have a pelvic health issue?

Take the pelvic dysfunction screening quiz below. Developed by Nicole Cozean, PT, DPT, WCS, CSCS , this is a quick self-assessment to help determine if you might be suffering from a pelvic health condition.

Did you check 3 or more circles on the assessment?

If so, you likely have some type of pelvic floor dysfunction.

But great news...Physical therapy can help!

Darlene’s training in pelvic disorders for all genders enables her to tailor your treatments to effectively address all kinds of pelvic health issues.

Darlene helps you return to the activities you love—without pain, self-consciousness, or embarrassment.

You owe it to yourself to get the help you need…to get back to your life.

Unlock the answers to pelvic health  dysfunction!

Is the pelvic floor really that important? YES!

How much does the pelvic floor impact your overall health? A LOT!

Listen in as Darlene explains what the pelvic floor is, where it is located, and what a dysfunction might look like…and how PT can help!

“Understanding Pelvic Floor Dysfunction…and How PT Can Help!”

Ready to break the silence and address your pelvic health issues?

Darlene’s ready to help you face the challenge!

Want more information? Check out Darlene’s Resources page for additional videos and materials about pelvic pain, bowel & bladder dysfunction, and sexual health.

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