Pelvic Floor Therapy

Pelvic Floor Therapy in Dallas

Regain & Revitalize Your Pelvic Floor Muscles

Your pelvic floor muscles weaken as one of the many side effects of aging. You may not notice it at first, until unpleasant signs like urinary incontinence or sexual dysfunction start to occur. Incontinence can be debilitating and distressing for many women, but FeminologyMD helps you fight back with pelvic floor therapy.

We are thrilled to offer Emsella, a breakthrough noninvasive option for the treatment of incontinence and pelvic floor issues. This pelvic floor therapy in Dallas utilizes your body’s own muscles to restore continence and sexual function. With the instruction of our certified providers, you’ll strengthen your muscles and feel like your old self—and even better!

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Pelvic Floor Therapy  Details

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Women's Health

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What It Treats

Weak pelvic floor muscles

Urinary incontinence

Urinary leakage


Frequency and urgency of urination

Sexual dysfunction

Why Choose FeminologyMD for Pelvic Floor Therapy in Dallas?



From the moment you walk in our door, you’ll be welcomed with compassion, as we take the time to listen to each of your concerns.


We will work diligently to find the best solutions to bring you relief and optimize your well-being.



We find solutions that bring you relief and fulfillment to empower you to make the most of your life.

What to Expect

The Pelvic Floor Therapy Process


Step 1: Consultation

If you want to be free from incontinence, come see us to find your solution. For your first visit, we conduct a thorough consultation where Dr. Priya Patel will meet with you. We listen carefully to your symptoms and concerns, and we create a personalized plan for pelvic floor therapy in Dallas. This is also your opportunity to get to know your provider and to ask any questions you may have.


Step 2: Service

You will complete several session of pelvic floor therapy at our office over the course of several months. We will use the Emsella, which utilizes electromagnetic energy to deliver thousands of supramaximal pelvic floor muscle contractions in a single session. These contractions re-educate the muscles of incontinence patients.


Step 3: Follow-Up

As your pelvic floor muscles grow stronger, you’ll notice an improvement in your symptoms. Our provider will also educate you on how to strengthen your pelvic floor at home. We encourage you to continue doing your exercises for the foreseeable future to maintain comfort and health.

Meet Dr. Patel

Our founder, Dr. Priya Sureddi Patel, MD, FACOG, FAAMM, ABAARM, is double board-certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology and by the American Board of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine. This dual board certification gives her a unique perspective, which was the impetus behind FeminologyMD.

“I wanted to create a center for women that resets the standard of what healthcare should be.”

Her goal is to take a deeper look into your biological makeup and treat you as a whole person, not just a symptom, so she can help you feel like you again.

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Frequently Asked Questions


What causes weak pelvic floor muscles?

The changes from age, pregnancy, and menopause all contribute to weak pelvic floor muscles. A deficiency in estrogen can decrease muscle mass and strength in the body, which weakens the pelvic floor.

How common is incontinence?

Incontinence is incredibly common, occurring in as much as 50% of women. It affects women significantly more than men, but incontinence is unfortunately under-treated. Many women—and even some doctors—don’t realize that there are effective and safe treatments for urinary incontinence. At FeminologyMD, we endeavor to help you become more well by educating you on solutions that you may not have found elsewhere.

How does pelvic floor therapy help incontinence?

The pelvic floor is responsible for controlling your urine flow, as well as providing other benefits such as core stability and sexual sensation. As it weakens, it doesn’t control urine as effectively, allowing it to leak without you knowing. Pelvic floor therapy is a strengthening exercise, much like lifting weights for the other muscles in your body. With increased strength, you can better control your pelvic floor and stop incontinence!

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Our Unique Approach to Women’s Care

We hope that you come see us because you want to, not because you have to. We set out to create an elevated health and wellness experience that empowers women to take control of their lives and experience it to the fullest with optimal health. Each of our patients receives a plan of action that integrates the best methods that the traditional and functional medicine worlds have to offer. At our women’s center in Dallas, we offer comprehensive services so women can access the care they need all in one location.

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