Pelvic pain is closely connected to problems in the muscles, joints and nerves. Organs and muscles can communicate a “pain message” via nerves, so that when an organ hurts, it may cause a nearby muscle to go into spasm. Over time, these tense muscles can become primary problems of their own.
Hilary Garrett, MSPT and Diana Spring DPT specialize in the muscle, neurological, and joint problems associated with pelvic pain. They will begin by determining which muscles between your waist and your knees are painful, weak, or in spasm.