People Who We Help Include...
Busy moms who want to stay fit and active during and after pregnancy, recover to their fullest after baby is born and avoid long term issues like bladder leakage, pelvic or back pain, and prolapse.
Frustrated husbands, dads, and partners who are tired of their pelvic or back pain and sexual dysfunction affecting their intimate relationships.
Frustrated women who understand the importance of intimacy in a relationship and are tired of their pelvic or back pain and sexual dysfunction disrupting this healthy connection.
Older men and women who want to enjoy spending their time with friends, family, and grandchildren without pelvic or back pain, without always looking for a bathroom, being worried about embarrassing odor, or having an accident.
Striving men and women who do not want bladder leakage, pelvic or back pain, or other problems "down there" to get in the way of their success.
Transgender men and women who are considering surgery, have had surgery, or are just looking for an open minded place to address all of their body's aches and pains.
Survivors and thrivers of trauma, whether physical or sexual, who want to regain connection to their bodies in a healthy, respectful, and empowering way.
Hello! I have been practicing as a PT with a focus on pelvic and spine health for nearly 10 years here in Reno. I first heard about pelvic floor physical therapy (which used to be known as women's health) my first year of PT school in 2006. A PT from the community in Portland, OR came to speak to our class about this specialty and talked about how we could help women (and men) heal from bladder leakage, pain, prolapse, prostate issues, and possibly avoid surgery. I was fascinated. I always knew I didn't want to focus on traditional types of PT in my career and I saw the potential to help so many women and men with a unique problem. I was also drawn to pelvic health PT because in my 20's (about 18 years ago) I had a very close female family member who was suffering from pelvic pain, spend a year going from Physician to Physician, nurse practitioners, OB/GYNs, and psychologists before she was diagnosed with Vulvodynia. At the time this condition was not well known or researched and the treatment typically consisted of being prescribed anti-depressants and using topical creams such as lidocaine for pain relief. Vulvodynia, or chronic pelvic pain is still largely misunderstood and it can still take a women an average of 2-3 years in the medical system to get diagnosed. But here was this specialty of pelvic health PT I was hearing about that helped women tremendously with this condition! I remember calling my family member immediately after that class to see if she ever had pelvic floor PT, and she had never heard of it. I like to think we have come a long way since then. While I was still in PT school I started additional education outside of my PT program specific to pelvic floor PT through the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehab Institute as this was not a topic covered yet in most PT school's curriculum. I have been focusing on pelvic health PT for nearly 10 years and it is my passion. I also utilize the McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy for the spine. I am a reputable PT in Reno and I work with OB/GYNs, Urologists, Midwives, Doulas, Clinical Sex Therapists, Massage Therapists and other PTs. Every woman and man deserves the dignity of having a body that works for them. When you come to see me, you get a full evaluation of the spine, hips, knees, ankles, and pelvic floor muscles to see how you are moving and what might be contributing to your problem. We then work together in a one-on-one setting to determine the best treatment plan for you. This may include manual therapy, internal pelvic floor muscle work, exercises and home exercise program. You are an active participant in your healing. I look forward to working with you.
Dr. Jenni Limoges, PT, DPT
Owner, Physical Therapist
Owner, Physical Therapist