Core & Pelvic Therapy Clinic

At Conway Regional Core & Pelvic Therapy, we empower patients through pelvic health therapy and pregnancy/postpartum rehabilitation. Our clinic provides a quiet, calm environment for one-on-one sessions with a licensed physical or occupational therapist. One therapist is assigned to work with you, ensuring consistent and more effective care.

We assist adults and children to overcome bladder, bowel, and pelvic pain conditions. We also help patients experience relief with many pregnancy- and postpartum-related concerns. Our licensed therapists have each been formally educated to evaluate patients with different pelvic health challenges. Based on your evaluation, treatment tools used during your individualized sessions may include soft tissue mobilization techniques, deep core muscle training, education on optimal bladder/bowel habits, and more.



We provide treatment for the following conditions: 

  • Bladder leakage, incontinence, urgency, frequent urination, nighttime symptoms, and pain or difficulty with urination
  • Bowel leakage, incontinence, urgency, frequent bowel movements, and gas leakage
  • Constipation or difficulty with bowel movements
  • Pelvic organ prolapse
  • Pediatric bladder and bowel conditions
  • Pregnancy-related or postpartum back, hip, and leg pain
  • Pregnancy-related or postpartum upper back, neck, and shoulder pain
  • Postpartum pelvic floor conditions, such as bladder and bowel symptoms or perineal scar pain
  • Postpartum clogged milk ducts
  • Post-Cesarean scar pain or problems, such as lower abdominal discomfort, constipation, bladder symptoms, abdominal muscle weakness or tightness
  • Diastasis rectus abdominis or weakened abdominal wall
  • Female pelvic pain conditions, such as endometriosis, painful menstrual cycles, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), vulvodynia, pudendal nerve problems, proctalgia fugax, coccyx pain
  • Female post-surgical scar adhesions or pain, such as after hysterectomy, laparoscopy, vaginal surgeries, prolapse repair, hernia repair
  • Male pelvic pain conditions, such as non-bacterial prostatitis, pain with sexual activity, painful urination
  • Male post-surgical conditions, such as post-prostatectomy bladder leakage or pain, hernia repair
  • Post-abdominal surgery scar pain or muscle rehabilitation
  • Painful intercourse or sexual activity, such as vaginismus or dyspareunia
  • Pain with the use of tampons or gynecologic examination
  • Osteoporosis - safe exercise and movement prescription

What to Expect


At your first visit, your therapist will discuss your condition with you. Your concerns and goals for improvement will be addressed, as they are the most important focus for developing your treatment plan. Your therapist will then explain the examination thoroughly, allowing you to ask questions. After your examination, your therapist will discuss your findings thoroughly and what the treatment plan will involve. During the first and following visits, your therapist will spend one-on-one time addressing your needs, progress, and home care instructions. Our goal is to empower you to resolve or gain control over your condition.

Most insurance providers and plans cover pelvic therapy.


Call our office at 501-513-5108 to learn more about what to expect from your insurance coverage evaluation and treatment process and to schedule an appointment.

Make an appointment.

Call 501-506-2747 or click the button.