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Helping you find lasting relief from your pelvic health concerns

 Kare Pelvic Health is a specialty pelvic floor therapy clinic aimed at helping you find lasting relief with diagnoses related to the pelvis and the surrounding tissue. The can include bladder and bowel issues, sexual dysfunction, pre/postnatal care, and pelvic pain.

What we treat
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What We Treat

Pelvic Pain
Are you struggling with pain through the pelvic area, genitals or tailbone? Have you been diagnosed with vaginismus, vulvodynia, interstitial cystitis, or pudendal neuralgia?
Childbirth
Are you having concerns or pain regarding your pelvis during pregnancy, childbirth or postpartum?
Do you want to prepare your body for labor & delivery?

Sexual Health
Are you experiencing pain or discomfort with sexual intimacy? Do you struggle with arousal?
Bowel Problems
Are you experiencing fecal leakage, hemorrhoids, or constipation? 
Bladder Problems
Are you experiencing urinary leakage, urinary urgency pelvic organ prolapse, difficulty urinating or pain with urination?
Pediatrics
Is your child struggling with leaking or constipation? 

Philosophy

Here at Kare Pelvic health our focus is on providing an individualized, multimodal approach to treating patients. To provide the best quality care, each one hour session is performed on a one-on-one basis using a variety of techniques. There is a heavy focus on manual therapy but therapeutic exercise and modalities (dry needling, cupping) are utilized as necessary. 

 

Another goal of Kare Pelvic Health is to help break the stereotypes surrounding pelvic floor dysfunction through educating our patients. We believe knowledge is power and leads to the most successful outcomes. 

Finally, we want to ensure this is a team effort by providing our patients with the tools they need to meet their goals. Patient collaboration is an important component to any therapy treatment.   

Philosophy
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Meet the Team

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Dr. Kari Craig

Kari has her Certificate of achievement in Pelvic Health Physical Therapy through the Academy of Pelvic Health. She began her career as an orthopedic physical therapist who found a passion for pelvic health after the birth of her first child. She is able to empathize with her patients due to her own trials with pelvic floor dysfunction. Kari graduated with a Bachelors in Exercise Physiology from Ohio University and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Chatham University. She is happily married with two beautiful kids and two golden retrievers. 

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Call Us Today! (440) 256 - 6268

7575 Fredle Dr Suite 202

Concord, OH 44077

Pelvic Health Physical Therapist serving Northeast Ohio

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What Our Patients Say

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Jamie B.

I have never had a doctor take so much time to get to know me and my habits to come up with a course of treatment that fit my lifestyle.

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Emilee C.

I really thought all hope was lost until I was referred to Kare Pelvic Health! She is by far the absolute best of the best. She’s so thorough with her exams and consultations. We got straight to the root of my issues and we began working to solve them!

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Amanda E.

Every time I step into Kari’s office, I learn something new about my body…. I truly wish all women had access to Kari’s services.

Virtual Consultations 

Virtual sessions can be an excellent option to start tackling your pelvic health concerns from the comfort of your own home.​

Whether you are a new mom who has questions on where to start the rehabilitation process or someone who has struggled with pain, virtual consultations can be extremely beneficial. 

What can you expect from a virtual Consultation? We will begin with a basic introduction, discuss the reason you are calling/related history, and any other details or information you find pertinent. This discussion will provide the direction of questioning and what guidance can be provided. The guidance could include possible exercise approaches, habitual changes, education on both anatomy and physiology related to your specific diagnosis, etc. After the consultation you will receive an email summary with everything discussed as well as any additional resources/information that might be necessary. 

Virtual Consultations
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