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Pelvic Floor Coaching in Maine

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Whether you’re dealing with issues related to pregnancy, postpartum, menopause, or sexual health, our expert coaches will help you understand the pelvic floor and how it impacts bladder, bowel, and sexual function.

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Virtual Physical Therapy in Maine

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We’re here to meet you exactly where you are — from the middle of your work-from-home day or the coziness of your bedroom.

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$75 for 30 minutes

Virtual Care That Gets Results

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Pregnancy & Birth Prep

We’ll help you build strength and flexibility throughout pregnancy and then practice pushing and labor positions as you get closer to delivery. And, we’ll be right here for postpartum, too.

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Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Whether you feel a constant urge to pee, leak urine when you sneeze, or have pain with sex, we can diagnose you with a virtual visit and get you on a clear path to relief and recovery.

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Maternity Aches & Pains

From chronic back pain and sciatica to mommy's thumb and nursing neck, we’ve got you. We provide full body care — all rooted in the latest research.

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Don’t Take Our Word for It

We’ve helped 30,000+ women and individuals with vaginal anatomy feel better in their bodies. That’s why 96% of patients recommend Origin to a friend or family member. Here’s what our virtual customers are saying.

“I don’t even want to imagine a time when I can’t work with my PT.”
“It’s glorious and so easy, I don’t have to think and I’ve noticed a difference.”
“It felt like my PT really cared — like I really mattered to her.”

How Virtual Coaching Works

Connect with a Pelvic Floor Specialist

Decode Pain and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Learn the Underlying "Why" Behind Symptoms

Build a Clear and Effective Action Plan

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Become part of Origin's supportive community! Our virtual events are packed with honest sharing & expert advice for healing your body and mind.

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Real Talk FAQs

What should I wear?

Wear clothing that you can move in. Shorts and tank tops make it easiest for your therapist to see relevant body parts and muscles.

Where do I need to be?

Choose a room that is well-lit and has enough space for you to fully stretch out on the floor.

What equipment will I need?

For your first session, you may not need anything at all, but showing your therapist what you have (yoga mat, weights, bands, foam rollers, etc) will help them build your custom program.

Can my baby be with me?

Yes! Sometimes we can use your child as a weight or to practice safe lifting and carrying strategies. But, we also encourage you to give your body the full kid-free attention it deserves, if you can.

Will my Zoom be secure?

Yes, virtual sessions with your pelvic floor physical therapist are HIPAA compliant and will never be recorded.

How do you do a pelvic floor exam virtually?

You will never be asked to show your vulva on Zoom. In some cases, your therapist may offer to verbally guide you through self-exam or you can choose to do a self exam between visits. Your comfort is our priority.

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