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FAQs

You may benefit from Pelvic Floor Therapy if you answer yes to any of the following:
– Do you experience any leakage of stool or urine?
– Is it difficult to hold your urine or stool in before reaching the toilet?
– Do you empty your bladder frequently, before you experience the desire to pass urine, just so you stay dry?
– Do you have difficulty fully emptying your bladder or bowel?
– Are you pregnant and experiencing pelvic girdle pain?
– Have you recently given birth?
– Do you feel a heaviness in your pelvic area, making bladder & bowel emptying difficult?
– Do you avoid intimacy because of pain or fear of pain?
– Have you not been able to return to your pre-pregnancy fitness levels?

As an out-of-network provider, we are not limited by the constraints set forth by health insurance plans. We serve our clients, and not their insurance companies – allowing us to spend the time needed to reach client goals without the restrictions of insurance providers.
Payment is due at time of booking your appointment, and we are happy to assist with applying for insurance reimbursement. If your health insurance plan offers out-of-network benefits, you may be reimbursed in part or full.
We accept health savings accounts (HSA) and flexible spending accounts (FSA) cards.

Our model of care allows for improved client satisfaction and faster results due to the individualized care provided. Treatment is personalized to each individual, however, on average, clients only need one visit a week and are feeling better within 1-3 visits.

Once you schedule your first appointment, you will receive 3 electronic intake forms.
Your therapist will complete a detailed pelvic floor evaluation at the first visit, including, but not limited to, a review of your medical history, discussion of your current issues, and a physical examination, followed by creation of a treatment plan and home exercise program. Based upon your complaints, an internal pelvic exam may be necessary. However, your comfort and consent are paramount, and internal examinations & treatments may be declined.

Entry-level Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy practitioners receive very basic training in Pelvic Health as part of their education. Practitioners of both disciplines pursue post-professional continuing education to grow their skills in the specialty treatment area of Pelvic Floor Health.
As a Registered & Licensed Occupational Therapist, Sujata Martin MS OTR/L, is able to use all of the internal & external manual techniques employed by other Pelvic Floor Health Practitioners. In addition, her Occupational Therapy education in Psychology, Behavioral Health, and Sexuality enable her to treat the psychological and emotional aspects of Pelvic Floor Health & Wellness.

No, you do not need a referral or script from your medical care provider (OBGYN, PCP, Midwife, Urologist etc) to be seen for pelvic floor therapy in our Tampa Bay office or for Telehealth. Please be aware, that if you plan to submit for out-of-network coverage through insurance, a script or referral may be required by your insurance company. If this is the case, we can assist you with acquiring it.

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