Sexual Pain and Dysfunction

Healing Starts Here

My husband and I tried to have sex for over a year, but were unsuccessful due to pain. It felt like a brick wall was blocking his entry. I would feel ashamed, embarrassed, and it was creating frustration within our marriage. The therapists at RYC PT helped me to understand what was causing the pain and they worked with me and my husband to help us learn how to engage in pain free intercourse. We are now expecting our first child and we both are enjoying sex! Thank you so much!!!

Sexual Pain & Dysfunction Relief

We help people who are experiencing painful sex, inability to orgasm, difficulty achieving orgasm, and those unable to participate in penetrative sex due to pain or other causes.  The pelvic muscles play a critical role on sexual function and must be functioning optimally to allow for pain free sex, ability to enjoy sexual experiences, and to achieve orgasm.

  • Dyspareunia
  • Vaginismus
  • Pelvic Pain
  • Painful sex after giving birth
  • Pudendal Neuralgia
  • Endometriosis
  • Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder (PGAD)
  • Menopause and Postmenopausal-related Sexual Pain and Dysfunction
  • Pelvic Congestion Syndrome
  • Pain at the vaginal opening/throughout the vaginal muscles
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Lichens Sclerosis
  • Lichens Planus
  • Vulvodynia/Clitorodynia/Vestibulodynia
  • Decreased Arousal
  • Difficulty Achieving Orgasm
  • Pain with Arousal
  • Anismus
  • Pain with Anal Penetration
  • Penile Pain
  • Testicular Pain
  • Perineal Pain
  • Chronic Prostatitis (also known as Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome or Proctodynia)
  • Erectile
  • Dysfunction
  • Decreased Ejaculation Strength
  • Pain with Ejaculation
  • Premature Ejaculation
  • Peyronie’s Disease
  • Anismus
  • Pain with Anal Penetration
  • Decreased Arousal
  • Inability to have vaginal penetration
  • Pain upon vaginal penetration
  • Pain with deep penetration only
  • Continuous pain with penetration
  • Clitoral pain
  • Clitoral hypersensitivity to touch
  • Pain and/or burning after sexual contact
  • Inability to orgasm
  • Diminished orgasm
  • Urinary incontinence during sexual activity
  • Climacturia (incontinence with orgasm)
  • Inability or decreased ability to lubricate
  • Inability to achieve erection
  • Inability to maintain erection
  • Premature ejaculation
  • Decreased force or inability to ejaculate
  • Climacturia (incontinence with orgasm)
  • Post-ejaculatory pain
    • Penis
    • Perineum
    • Scrotum
  • Inability to have vaginal penetration
  • Pain with superficial vaginal penetration
  • Pain with deep vaginal penetration
  • Continuous pain with vaginal penetration
  • Decreased lubrication due to breastfeeding
  • Perineal pain with touch from episiotomy/perineal trauma
  • Diminished orgasm
  • Absent orgasm
  • Incontinence during intercourse
  • Incontinence during orgasm
  • Inability to have vaginal penetration
  • Pain with superficial vaginal penetration
  • Pain with deep vaginal penetration
  • Continuous pain with vaginal penetration
  • Decreased ability to lubricate
  • Diminished orgasm
  • Absent orgasm

3 phases of treatment to help YOU live your life
without pain, fear, or embarrassment


Determining the ‘underlying why’ for your symptoms to create an effective treatment plan and restore function


Treating all of the contributing factors, retraining the neuromuscular system, and decreasing pain to allow you to return to activities.


Challenging your body and optimizing your pelvic health to allow you to return to exercise and allow you to meet your BIG goals.

Hear what others have to say...

Hear it from others:

The out-of-Network treatment they provide far surpasses any in-network PT I’ve been to throughout the years. I’m so happy with the decision I made to work with them!
Restore Your Core has been the best PT experience I’ve ever had! The Physical Therapists are exceptional AND exceptionally knowledgeable. Not only that, I’ve never been treated with such personable, warm and friendly Therapists before. I worked with 2 Physical Therapists and they both put me at ease the very first day. This is about who they are, not just the treatment they provide.
I started having an unexplainable pain in my groin area in 2009, I went to doctor after doctor, specialist, urologist you name it I went, but nothing was helped. In 2019 my urologist told me there was nothing that he could do for me, then he went on to suggest that I try physical therapy. He gave me RESTORE YOUR CORE PT phone number. I was very disappointed and desperate so I called and made an appointment. At first I had to go every month. After four months, I started to go every other month, six months later started going once every four months. Now I’m pain free. I only go twice a year for maintenance.