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  • Writer's pictureIvana Viskovic

Happy Holidays from Savannah Pelvic Health and Wellness LLC

As the year is drawing to a close, I can't help but to feel so grateful to all of my patients who have entrusted me with their care this year.


From postpartum moms returning to running, to helping patients have pain free intercourse after years of quiet suffering; I have been so honored to help so many of you not only this year, but over the past decade.


Thank you.



In other news, I have several workshops and events in the works for the first quarter of 2023. Please follow my Facebook/IG page to stay up to date on where and when you can get free classes with me!


Some of the most common conditions I treat related to the pelvic floor include pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic pain, pain with intercourse, tailbone pain, post surgical adhesions, endometriosis, PCOS, pubic symphysis pain, constipation, urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence, urinary urgency, urinary frequency, fecal urgency/frequency, pelvic congestion syndrome, pregnancy related pains, SI joint pain, diastasis recti, scoliosis, ehlers Danilo's syndrome, gynecological cancer rehab, breast cancer rehab, lymphedema.


This is not an exhaustive list as many disorders of the body can be cause by or have implications for the pelvic floor. It is important that practitioners take a whole body systematic approach when treating dysfunction in the body.


I will be diving deeper into many of these conditons with period blog posts to hopefully help to provide useful education to empower someone to seek answers and find help. ❤️



Dr. Jasmine Polk, PT

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