Pelvic Health at Alpine Physical Therapy in Bend, Oregon.

Specialized pelvic health for men and women.

Pelvic pain and dysfunction may not be your favorite topic of conversation (we understand!), but it is certainly vital to your quality of life.

What to expect at a pelvic health physical therapy appointment
Meet Us

Hilary Garrett, MSPT

Hilary Garrett, MSPT is recognized as a regional expert in the rehabilitation of pelvic floor pain and weakness, musculoskeletal problems associated with childbearing, and community education to improve awareness as a means of prevention. You may bump into her this winter on the nordic trails of Bend. Meet Hilary

Diana Spring, DPT

Diana Spring, DPT brings extensive manual therapy training and a diverse treatment perspective to the Women’s Health program at Alpine. She specializes in the treatment of pelvic health issues in men, women, and children. She’s an avid cyclist and came to physical therapy after working as an organic baker and in an Alaskan fishery. Meet Diana

Conditions we treat
  • Female Urinary Incontinence

    Do you urinate more than 7-8 times a day? Perhaps you “leak” when you sneeze, cough, laugh, or exercise. Or maybe you find yourself always “rushing” to the bathroom when you need to urinate.

    Urinary leakage is common but never normal and is certainly no laughing matter. Nearly 60% of women between the ages of 40 and 60 experience urinary incontinence. On average, women put up with urinary leakage for 4 or more years before seeking help. One of the most effective treatment options for women’s incontinence is physical therapy.

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  • Chronic Pelvic Pain

    Chronic Pelvic Pain (CPP) is pain in the pelvis, back, buttocks and/or abdomen that lasts 6 months or longer. It is a complex problem and may have several causes.

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  • Urinary Incontinence after prostate surgery

    According to a study published in the January 2011 edition of the Journal of the American Medical Association65 percent of men may still experience some bladder leakage up to one year following prostate cancer surgery. You’re not alone!

    Targeted therapies such as pelvic floor muscle training and bladder control strategies can reduce incontinence episodes in men by more than 50 percent following prostate-cancer surgery.

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  • Vulvar and Vaginal Pain

    Vaginal and vulvar pain encompass several painful syndromes including Vulvodynia, Vulvar Vestibulitis, and Vaginismus. Hilary Garrett, MSPT and Diana Spring, DPT specialize in the treatment of vulvar and vaginal pain and will be sensitive to your special needs.

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Make an Appointment

Eastside Clinic
2698 NE Courtney Dr.
Suite 100
Bend, OR 97701
Westside Clinic
336 SW Cyber Dr.
Suite 107
Bend, OR 97702