Specializing in Pelvic Health
Physical Therapy
  CORE Rehabilitation is the Pelvic Health Specialty extension of Santa Maria Valley Physical Therapy Group.  Karen Bailey, PT and
Samantha Stollberg, PT PRPC have been treating Pelvic Health issues at SMVPT since 2003.  As physical therapists, they specialize in
the pelvic floor and pelvic girdle muscles, but incorporate their orthopedic background for whole body healing.  The benefit of their focus
is that it allows them to establish a comprehensive treatment plan when treating the
se complex diagnosis.
CORE Rehabilitation offers treatment of several unique pelvic conditions for both men and women.  Our therapists can help educate you
on how to be proactive and prevent further functional impairment, as well as, help you overcome the current physical issues you may
have.
 
Bladder Dysfunction
Bladder dysfunction can occur for a
variety of reasons in men and women
of all ages.  Women may have more
difficulty controlling their bladder during
or after pregnancy, after menopause or
simply as a result of age.  Men may
have a greater difficulty controlling their
bladder as a result of prostate cancer,
a surgical procedure including
prostatectomy, or as a result of aging.  
Our therapists can teach you valuable
exercises to strengthen your pelvic
floor, as well as, lifestyle modifications
that will help you regain control of your
bladder.
Pelvic Pain
Women and men often suffer silently with
pelvic pain not realizing that interventions
are available.  Chronic pelvic pain is
defined as persistent pain of unexplained
nature in the lower abdominal region and
pelvic area, including the vagin
a, tailbone
and buttocks for women; or the anal,
rectal, perineum and buttocks areas for
men.  Physical therapy offers a variety of
treatment methods to help you manage
or lessen your pain or symptoms and
regain a sense of hope.
Pregnancy/Postpartum
Pregnancy is an exciting and hopeful time
for a women.  As the body grows and
adapts to the new life inside, a women
often experiences pain associated with
muscle or joint imbalances.  Through
physical therapy, you can learn exercises
that can keep your body safe and help
alleviate some of your pains after
pregnancy.  Our therapists are also ready
to help get your body back to pre-baby
fitness levels.  They are prepared to help
with any unwanted postpartum symptoms
you may have including:  urinary leakage,
diastasis recti, scar restrictions and
prolapse issues.  
ARE YOU LEAKING URINE, EXPERIENCING PELVIC PAIN,
OR UNSURE IF YOU ARE READY TO RETURN TO EXERCISE
FOLLOWING DELIVERY??
Due to popular demand we are offering a new option for new
mamas!  Are you suffering from urinary leakage? Ab Separation?
Joint or muscle pain?  This may be just the option for you!  
   
This is a cash pay option and DOES NOT require a referral!
THE POST NATAL FIT
POST NATAL FIT CHECK           - $150
  • 1 hour Evaluation of Diastasis Recti, Internal and External Pelvic Floor
    muscles, Prolapse, C-section and episiotomy scar  and any lingering Joint
    Pain
  • This is a great option for beginning  treatment to re-establish your deep core
    muscle activation
  • Even if you are symptom free, this is a great way to start your fitness
    recovery to prevent future issues or injury
  • Pay for a bundled group of sessions and receive a lower price per session
  • Evaluation + Two 1 hour sessions for $360
ADD ON OPTIONS:

  • Additional 1 Hour PT visit "pay as you go"- $125
  • PostPartum 1 Hour Counseling Session with Greta Pankratz, LCSW-
    $125 (located in the CORE office suite)
  • PostNatal Massage with Lisa Jay, CMT- $100 (located in the CORE
    office suite)
Call CORE Rehabilitation to make an appointment or with questions
(805) 621-7300
CORE REHABILITATION
Here are the 3 most common diagnosis that are treated at CORE Rehabilitation
MIGHT BE JUST FOR YOU!
Core Rehabilitation
1505 Shepard Drive Ste 204
Santa Maria, CA 93454
(Located in the Santa Maria Medical/Dental Arts Building)
805-621-7300
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