Pelvic floor muscle dysfunction can cause incontinence, pain, and sexual dysfunction. We use a compassionate and trauma-informed approach to develop a treatment plan specifically focused on your needs and goals.
We look at the complex interplay of factors that are contributing to your problem to address it at a deep level and preventing it from reoccurring.
Whether you are a weekend warrior or training at an elite level, our team can give you the tools to get back to the top of your game.
In addressing your ongoing pain, we target all aspects of your body's pain response and use advanced manual therapy, functional retraining, and cutting-edge pain sciences.
Organs need to glide to allow the body to move fully and without pain and support healthy digestion. We are specially trained to identify and resolve these restrictions to support a more complete and lasting recovery.
A light touch, non-invasive technique to balance the bones, nerves, fluids, and connective tissues around the brain and spinal cord and support healing by releasing restrictions and calming your fight or flight response.
Specialists on our team can help you with persistent symptoms like fatigue, dizziness, memory problems, double vision, headaches, neck pain, balance issues, and brain fog.
We work collaboratively with lactation consultants and offer support when problems don’t go away or keep coming back despite all the best home remedies and treatments.
We join with clients to do some practical problem-solving, build emotional skills and resilience, and gain insight into relationships and events, both past and present.
Jenna Perkins (she/her) RN, WHNP-BC, is a board-certified Women’s Health and Gender-Related Nurse Practitioner. Jenna is an expert in Urology, Urogyn, Sexual Health, and Pelvic Floor disorders. She specializes in complex patients and offers a holistic approach to care.
Jenna has a passion for education that guides the practice. She believes it essential that a person understands how the body functions in order to heal dysfunction. She designed this practice to deliver quality care in an environment that prioritizes patient education, evidenced-based care, and TIME!
Jenna sees patients in the ThriveAgain office every Wednesday morning.