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Schedule an appointment with our team of experienced pelvic therapists to create a custom plan of care for endometriosis.

The pelvic area is a complex and important part of the body that serves several functions, especially for women. Pelvic pain can occur at different points during your menstrual cycle, during pregnancy, after giving birth, after surgery, or as a result of an underlying condition – such as endometriosis.

What is endometriosis?

Endometriosis is a disease that occurs during menstruation. It develops when the endometrium tissue (a similar tissue to the lining of the uterus) migrates outside of the womb, where it is not supposed to be. This results in inflammation, pain, and abnormal menstrual cycles.


If you are living with endometriosis, you are not alone. In fact, approximately 200 million women worldwide experience endometriosis with their menstrual cycles.


Some common symptoms include:

  • Severe cramping

  • Heavy periods

  • Periods lasting longer than a week

  • Nausea

  • Vomiting

  • Fatigue

  • Pain during intercourse

  • Disorders of the bowel and/or urinary tracks

  • In severe cases, infertility

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