Low back, pelvic and hip pain are common in athletes but many are unaware that their pain can be originating in part from dysfunction of the pelvic floor muscles. The low back, pelvis and hip complexes are all intimately associated and interchangeably reliant on a healthy and functioning pelvic floor. Pelvic floor muscle dysfunction can be the cause of injury or a result of an injury in the low back, pelvic and hip complexes. Failing to treat the pelvic floor can result in recurrent or chronic injuries.

If you are an athlete and have suffered from or are currently suffering from any of the following injuries, pains, or dysfunctions and you can’t seem to get back to 100% health, contact Verity Physical Therapy & Wellness today for a free phone consultation. We can discuss your symptoms and advise if you could benefit from treatment by an orthopedic pelvic floor specialist!

  • Abdominal hernia

  • Bursitis in the pelvis or hip

  • Burning pain down hamstring, into the groin, or around the hip

  • Coccyx/Tailbone pain

  • Groin strain

  • Hamstring syndrome/strain

  • Herniated disc

  • Hip flexor strain

  • Hip impingement syndrome

  • Hip labrum tears

  • Hip pain with unknown origin

  • Low back pain

  • Piriformis syndrome

  • Sciatica

  • SI joint pain

Interested in reading more about hip pain and possible pelvic floor muscle involvement? Read this Injury Spotlight article titled The Role the Obturator Internus Plays in Hamstring and Hip Pain