1-on-1 Physical Therapy to Help You Return To Your Best

The Fit Pelvis, LLC is here to lift up all women to feel strong, confident and empowered. Is something holding you back from living life to the fullest? Let us help you feel great in your own body! 
How Can We Help You?

CONQUER your pain

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during pregnancy

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after childbirth

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FEEL CONFIDENT with your bladder and bowels

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Can Pelvic Health PT Help You?

Schedule a FREE consultation with a physical therapist
to discover how we can help!

Why Choose The Fit Pelvis?

We strive to provide excellent individualized physical therapy services. Each session is unique and personalized to you in order to get you feeling your best quickly. Our physical therapists have Doctoral degrees in Physical Therapy allowing them to differentially diagnose your symptoms and develop an individualized treatment plan just for you. Our physical therapists treatments include manual therapy, myofascial mobilization, neuromuscular reeducation, sensory retraining, chronic pain education and management, dry needling, biofeedback, visceral mobilization, internal pelvic floor assessment, and more.
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What Is Pelvic Floor / Pelvic Health Physical Therapy?

The pelvic floor is a group of muscles that support our bladder, bowel, intestines, and reproductive organs, and allow us to perform related functions. A pelvic health physical therapist identifies and treats muscular, joint, and nerve dysfunction throughout the body. The pelvic floor, though not often discussed, is a vital part of our bodies and should not be ignored especially in conditions such as pelvic pain, pregnancy, prolapse, sexual dysfunction, constipation, urinary dysfunction, and fecal or urinary incontinence.
Pelvic health physical therapy is provided by a physical therapist with additional training in the function of organs and their relationship to the musculoskeletal system as well as internal and external pelvic floor assessment and treatment. In order to treat the pelvic floor, you must know how to evaluate the muscles and associated structures. This is the specialized skill set our physical therapists will bring to you.
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Conditions We Treat

Urinary Symptoms


  • Leaking with cough, sneeze, laugh

  • Urge incontinence

  • Urgency

  • Difficulty voiding/retention

  • Pain with urination

  • Pre/post- prostatectomy

Bowel Symptoms


  • Incontinence/Diarrhea

  • Constipation

  • Bloating, abdominal distention

  • Pain with bowel movements

  • Straining for bowel movements

  • Prolapse

Pelvic Pain


  • Pelvic/abdominal pain

  • Hip/buttock or thigh pain

  • Coccyx or tailbone pain

  • Groin pain

  • Low back pain

  • Chronic Prostatitis

  • Pelvic organ prolapse



  • Back pain

  • Sciatica

  • DRA/Diastasis Rectus Abdominis

  • Pubic Symphysis Separation

  • Labor prep

  • C-section recovery

  • Postpartum fitness and return to sport

Sexual Difficulties
  • Pain with sex or arousal.

  • Inability to orgasm

  • Pain/inability to use a tampon.

  • Pain with speculum/gyn exam.

Musculoskeletal Conditions


  • Neck and jaw pain

  • Headaches

  • Back pain

  • BPPV/Vertigo

  • Prehab/Post-surgical recovery

  • Pain in arms/legs

  • Osteoporosis

Back Pain


  • Sciatica

  • SI (Sacroiliac) Dysfunction

  • Disc Herniations

Hip Pain


  • Laboral Tears

  • Hip/Buttock Pain

  • Groin Pain

Physical Therapy First
Texas allows you to seek physical therapy treatment without a physician referral. This is a great move in the right direction, allowing you to get treatment quickly and feel better within the same week! Our therapist is trained in differential diagnosis enabling her to determine whether your symptoms are caused by muscular, nervous system, or other internal dysfunction without the use of expensive, time-consuming, and misleading X-rays or MRIs. If PT isn't right for you, we'll help you find the provider who will be able to help.
Physical therapy done right addresses your root issue and resolves your concerns rather than just covering up the symptoms.  We work closely with other providers including OB/GYNs, Midwives, Colorectal surgeons, Gastroenterologists, Functional Medicine Providers, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation physicians, Psychologists, Urologists, and Urogynecologists to provide a holistic approach to your care.
What Is Concierge Physical Therapy?
Have you ever been told your insurance won’t cover a treatment? It stinks and it always happens when you’ve found the treatment that’s finally going to help. We believe that your treatment should be determined by research and by the shared decision of you and your healthcare provider, not by insurance.
In order to do that we are out of network for all insurance providers, but we do provide you with a receipt which you may submit to your insurance provider for reimbursement. This allows us to develop a physical therapy treatment plan designed solely to help you, with the flexibility to schedule visits for the amount of time that is appropriate for you, the number of visits you need, and as frequently or infrequently as you need. Charging a flat rate per each visit allows your physical therapist to ethically and effectively provide the treatment techniques that will get you back on your feet the fastest. We have set our visit rates at very competitive prices to ensure that pelvic floor physical therapy is affordable for everyone who needs it.
COVID-19 Policy
In order to reduce the spread of COVID-19, we ask that you reschedule your appointment if you have any symptoms of illness. At this time we are not requiring masks and our physical therapists have been vaccinated. Masks may be worn if desired. 
Our Team

Dr. Katy Girlinghouse PT, DPT is a physical therapist who specializes in treatment of abdominopelvic dysfunction and pain. Katy completed her Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) at Texas Woman’s University in Dallas. Following completion of her degree she traveled around the country providing physical therapy services in a variety and settings before returning home to Texas. 


Katy enjoys providing one-on-one patient care and individualizes her interventions to each patient. She uses a variety of evidence-based techniques including manual therapy, functional dry needling, biofeedback, and therapeutic exercise. Katy believes in empowering her patients to understand their bodies and meet their goals.


Dr. Miranda Morris, PT, DPT is a physical therapist who earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) from the University of St. Augustine in Austin. She spent her first few years out of school practicing in an outpatient physical therapy clinic and treated a wide range of musculoskeletal injuries. During this time, she also worked towards specializing in pelvic health physical therapy. Miranda specializes in treating abdominopelvic dysfunctions with a special interest in helping women with aches and pains that arise during pregnancy and postpartum.


Miranda finds fulfillment in being able to help her patients resume an activity that they love. She helps her patients reach their goals by utilizing a variety of manual treatment techniques and functional exercises. She is passionate about the value of individualized one-on-one physical therapy and the impact it can have on someone’s life.