What We Treat

Pelvic Health

Leading treatment of musculoskeletal conditions, obstetric pain and dysfunction, pelvic pain, and incontinence in men and women.

Loreen

Rochester, NY

FEATURED STORY

I knew that this injury was going to derail me. I count on running to keep me mentally and physically fit.

Loreen is in her late forties, she is a beloved wife, care-giver and dog-mom who has a passion for running. She quickly noticed how beneficial running was to her mental health as well as her physical health after her first time training. Shortly after Loreen Studdley moved to the Greater Rochester Region, she suffered an injury that inevitably threw off much more than her balance. 


Loreen took off for an easy 10 mile run one afternoon and upon approaching mile 6, she realized something was wrong. Her foot started to ache, and this pain was unusual and something that she had never experienced before. Due to the intense pain that she was in, her only option was to call for help. After nearly a decade of running, she had never once needed to call for help. 


“At that very moment, I knew that this injury was going to derail me. I count on running to keep me mentally and physically fit.” 


After many years of running, this injury left Loreen looking for help. Loreen was referred to Limitless by her foot doctor and scheduled an appointment with Dan, our athletic injury specialist. Dan immediately established a plan to get Loreen back on the road and ready to crush her distance time. Using hands-on therapies to decrease the acute symptoms in her foot while also performing some strength training exercises, together Dan and Loreen worked to restore her strength again. 


“I hit the jack-pot with Limitless! My plan of care was clear, strategic and achievable.  I knew that Dr. Dan was going to get me back to running as soon as I could.” 


With Loreen’s tailored treatment plan, she understood the importance of starting slow and eventually building her plan up in order to receive lasting results and a total fix. Loreen is now fully recovered and back to running five miles a few times a week with no pain; she is officially back to doing what she loves!

Do you have an injury like Loreen? Let’s break your limits.

Specific Pelvic Health

Specialize in expert physical therapy assessment and treatment of women’s and men’s health issues, pelvic pain, incontinence, musculoskeletal pain, and pregnancy-related pain and dysfunction.
Functional Capacity Evaluation/Functional Job Analysis
We work directly with HR and safety directors to come on-site in a functional job analysis targeting lifting tolerances and make recommendations for improved ergonomics. Additionally, we can provide FCE services at your request.
Pre-Employment Physical
We work directly with HR and safety directors to provide a comprehensive pre-employment, post-offer physical. The service is slightly different than a typical work-related physical. We will analyze the functional job analysis, and create a physical to determine worker Readiness related to the physical demands of the job. This service is extremely helpful in preventing work-related injuries.
Employee Wellness Programs
We work with HR, and safety directors, to help Implement comprehensive employee Wellness programs. These programs consist of ergonomics assessments, group exercise, nutrition counseling, and really how to improve overall morale.
Workman’s Compensation
We accept all major Workman’s Compensation Insurance programs and we’re glad to help you navigate your insurance claim. Whether you’ve experienced a major injury, surgery, or are just having pain related to your work, we’re glad to help you through the process and get you back to work safely.
Fecal Incontinence (Men)
The leakage of stool may be a result of weakness in the anal sphincter.
Urinary Incontinence (Men)
The leakage of urine is most common in men following prostate surgery. The prostate provides support for the bladder and urethra.
Pelvic Pain, Urinary Retention, Constipation (Men)
Often a result of imbalances of the muscles surrounding the pelvis, including the pelvic floor muscles.
Obstetric Pain (Women)
Pain during and after pregnancy is very common due to hormonal effects on supportive structures, swelling, and a shift in a woman’s center of gravity.
Incontinence (Women)
Incontinence or the leakage of urine or feces may be caused by weakness in the pelvic floor muscles, and poor muscle balance in the abdominal and hip muscles.
Pelvic Pain (Women)
Often a result of imbalances of the muscles surrounding the pelvis, including the pelvic floor muscles.
Exercise Programming
Through exercise programming, it is possible to have your function restored and live a life that is pain-free. It utilizes a wide range of activities that help patients regain or maintain their strength, flexibility, balance, endurance, and stability. This form of treatment can prevent impairment and disability while improving one’s overall fitness. Utilizes a wide range of activities that help patients regain or maintain their strength, flexibility, balance, endurance, and stability. This form of treatment can prevent impairment and disability while improving one’s overall fitness.
Osteoporosis
Occurs when the creation of new bone cannot catch up with the loss of the old bone, this causes the bone to become weak and brittle.
Total Joint Replacement (Knee/Hip/Shoulder)
There are many different types of joint replacements; hip, knee, and shoulder, etc. This procedure involves removing the part or all of the damaged joint and replacing it with an artificial implant.
Stenosis
Often occurs in the lower back and neck, and the pain is caused by the narrowing of spaces in the spine which applies extreme pressure to the nerves.
Balance/Falls
Many things can cause decreased steadiness including weakness or deconditioning, neurologic disorders, the vestibular system, and pain. After an examination to evaluate possible causes of an unsteady gait, we will provide an individual plan of care to address deficits and improve balance!
Weakness
Lacking strength? Together we can work on increasing your muscle strength through various exercises.
Osteoarthritis
The most common form of arthritis, symptoms can be managed by staying active, maintaining a healthy weight and performing certain treatments that can slow down the progression of the disease.
Foot and Ankle Surgery
Have you recently undergone surgery? We can improve your foot and ankle strength to get you back to walking without pain.
Knee Arthroscopy
Arthroscopic surgery can diagnose and treat knee injuries. This procedure views the inside of the knee to investigate the problems.
ACL Reconstruction
A common sports injury is when the major ligament in one’s knee is torn, then the ligament is either reconstructed or replaced depending on the severity of the tear.
Spinal Surgery
A procedure that relieves pain, numbness, and weakness.
Shoulder Stabilization
A chronic condition that causes frequent dislocations of one’s shoulder joint.
Total Hip Replacement
Hip replacement surgery is a procedure that replaces a worn-out or damaged hip joint.
Total Knee Replacement
Total knee replacement surgery is considered when a patient’s knee joints have been damaged by either trauma or arthritis.
Rotator Cuff Problems
Rotator cuff injury can include muscle tears, bursitis, tendinitis, and other injuries. If your rotator is damaged, you’ll have severe pain throughout your entire shoulder.
TMJ Disfunction
The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) connects the jaw to the skull. TMJ can also be caused by a misalignment of the teeth, gum chewing, arthritis, teeth grinding, or jaw injury.
Wrist/Hand Pain
Pain occurs when bones are broken, muscles are strained or sprained, and ligaments and tendons are torn or damaged.
Shoulder Dislocation
Injury often happens with sports accidents or falls, your shoulder socket actually separates from the ball of your arm.
Tennis Elbow/Golfer’s Elbow
This condition is normally caused by overuse of the elbow. Elbow pain occurs when your tendons become inflamed. Any type of elbow pain is often the result of engaging in repetitive tasks or a sports injury.
Hip Pain/Impingement
Hip pain can be caused by a fall, a small fracture, or Arthritis can lead to serious pain. This intense pain happens when the cushioning sacs between your joints and connective tissues grow inflamed.
Planter Fasciitis
A common pain that can be alleviated through a series of exercises to stretch the plantar fascia and Achilles tendon and to strengthen lower leg muscles.
Sprains/Strains
Are you having trouble identifying the difference between a strain and a sprain? There’s a key difference, we can help determine it!
Foot and Ankle Pain
Experiencing foot pain? Is it difficult to walk, exercise, or socialize due to this discomfort? It’s really no surprise. Your feet are some of the hardest-working parts of your body.
Knee Pain/Injuries
Knee pain can happen due to wearing down of the knee joint over time. Knee fractures can be difficult to heal and are common causes of knee pain. Knee pain is often connected to ligament injuries.
Neck Pain/Headaches
Tension, injury, poor posture or stress can cause pain to develop in your neck. The most important step in treating your pain with physical therapy is to identify its cause.
Back Pain
Dealing with back pain can be a challenge- facing the pain with the right approach is the answer to receive long-term results.
Rotator Cuff Problems
Rotator cuff injury can include muscle tears, bursitis, tendinitis, and other injuries. If your rotator is damaged, you’ll have severe pain throughout your entire shoulder.
Accessory Programming
One of the best ways to prevent injury is to have solid accessory programming. Whether you’ve experienced an injury or are just looking to prevent one, we would love to work with you and your coach to put together a program that meets your specific needs.
Post Injury/Surgery Programming
If you’ve experienced an injury, you may be required to follow a structured program in order to return back to your sport. We can guide you, your coach, and/or your strength coach so that you can safely return without re-injury. We work extensively with local surgeons, understanding their protocols, and we communicate regularly with them to ensure that you get the highest level of care.
Sports Injuries
We work with athletes of all ages, across all sports to keep them on the field. If you’ve had an injury while competing or training for your sport, let us help you get back to doing it. We have a team of experts who know how to safely navigate your transition back to Athletics and prevent further injury.
Running Injuries
We love working with runners! With the right guidance from your therapist, oftentimes you can continue running even if you’re experiencing pain or an injury. Whatever the case, we can help you manage your symptoms, and create the right treatment program so you don’t have to miss your next race.
Power & Weight Lifting
Powerlifting and weightlifting have some of the highest incidences of injury related to any other sport. Our team of therapists are experts with a barbell! If you’re having aches or pains related to your sport, we’d be glad to work through an injury together.
Crossfit Injuries
Whether you’ve got a small problem or a major injury, it’s so important that you work with a provider that knows your sport. We have expert clinicians who are passionate about CrossFit and would love to work with you to make sure that you can stay in the Box. We also can come alongside your coach, giving them guidance so that you can safely continue to work out.

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