Our Specials

Joyful Pregnancy, say goodbye to discomforts of pregnancy 
Have you ever said:
“How can I reduce my back pain?”
“Is there anything I can do to help my pelvic pain?”
“My hips ache.”
“I can’t get comfortable enough to sleep.”

You are not winey.
You are not weak.
You are not alone.

I offer solutions for back and pelvic pain in pregnancy and postpartum to help you feel your best and remain active. I do this in the office by providing osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT).
Patients are saying:
“I sleep better.”
“I can get out of bed without my hips aching and back hurting.”
“I can pick up my toddler with ease.”
“I can put my baby in the car seat without back pain.”
“I can get through the workday with less or no pain.”
“This is the first time I haven’t needed pain medication.”
“Why didn’t I come see you sooner? I thought I would just have to suffer in pain.”

Your solution to back and pelvic pain in pregnancy & postpartum. Covers entire pregnancy and 4th trimester (*12 weeks postpartum)

1. Osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT) to treat pain & keep you active (appointments customized to each patient)Neonatal OMT (3 visits)
Ergonomic assessment and customized lifestyle adjustments Fourth trimester support

Pelvic floor assessment postpartumBelly Band fitting

Upsie Belly Bandit includedMonthly Webinar with leading pregnancy and postpartum experts

2. Private Facebook group for community Free admission to Yoga on the lawn

Cost: $3000

Botox® my vagina, relax hypertonic pelvic floor
Pelvic floor physical therapy (PT) is the mainstay of treatment for hypertonic pelvic floor muscle dysfunction, but there are adjuncts like muscle relaxing medications and pelvic floor Botox® that can enhance progress in PT and improve symptoms.

Pelvic floor muscle dysfunction (PFM) is a relatively common sexual pain disorder, leading to impossible or extremely painful intercourse. In extreme cases, conventional treatment methods may fail. Botulinum toxin (Botox®) has emerged as an effective treatment option in cases of refractory PFM dysfunction.

How do we classify PFM dysfunction?
1. Primary – lifelong, when a patient has never had pain-free intercourse
2. Secondary – acquired, when the patient experiences sexual pain after a period of non-painful intercourse

Where are the injections?
Most commonly the levator ani muscles

· Puborectalis
· Pubococcygeus
· Iliococcygeus

Success rates?
Most studies report 62-100%

Most patients included in studies reported no recurrent symptoms for up to one year after injection.

When can we not use it?
Hypersensitivity to albumin
Active infection at the planned infection site
Neuromuscular or bleeding disorder
If on anticoagulation therapy

What side effects might be expected?
Transient urinary and fecal incontinence (usually resolved spontaneously at 4 months)

Side effects of Botox are rare, but could include pain, hematoma, and infection at the site of injection.

Average cost: $1500-2000

Live Healthy Plan
This plan is ideal for the woman who needs more personalized gynecology care. Looking to maintain total wellness over the lifespan?

Includes comprehensive management of specialized women’s health issues, such as menopausal symptoms, irregular bleeding, contraception, sexual health and more.

Comprehensive visits
Direct access to Dr. Moyers
Never rushed
No limit on number of issues addressed
Same day and next day appointments
10% discount on ancillary services
15% discount on surgical procedures

You CAN use your insurance for any tests that are ordered (i.e. Pap smear, mammogram, labs).

$249 monthly/12 month contract