Welcome to Grace Physical Therapy & Pelvic Health

e_dropcapvery day, millions of women and girls across the world suffer from the pain and embarrassment of musculoskeletal or neuromuscular conditions of the pelvic floor, hips, and lower back. Many thousands of men also bear the burden of pain or urinary issues due to pelvic floor conditions.The dysfunction caused by these conditions flourishes in the culture of shame and silence that surrounds sexuality and women’s bodies, which results in sufferers often living for years without knowing there is help for their condition.

Grace Physical Therapy & Pelvic Health is dedicated to improving the lives of patients suffering from pelvic conditions. The practice offers patients a refuge and safe haven where they can obtain understanding of their situation and comprehensive care.

If you are looking for compassionate, smart health care, Grace Physical Therapy & Pelvic Health in North Carolina is set to meet your needs and help you maximize the healing process. Our ultimate goal is to help you get back to 100% wellness as quickly as possible. We also want to make sure that you never feel embarrassed about these issues, so we offer a safe, comfortable environment where you can discuss your issues and concerns openly with a professional who understands.

Dr. Erika Grace Explains How Physical Therapy Can Improve Your Quality of Life

Dr. Erika Grace is passionate about treating the various conditions that cause physical dysfunction. In this video she tells how patients and healthcare providers are often unaware of the treatments that exist for challenging pelvic conditions.

Dr. Grace believes physical therapy can prevent the need for surgery, minimize pain, and reduce your symptoms. Get help now for your pelvic issues and experience a significant improvement in your quality of life.


Incontinence can be urinary or fecal and affect both men and women. As symptoms of an underlying medical condition, these conditions usually disappear after treatment for the problem.

Pregnancy and Postpartum Pain

Giving birth is completely natural, but it takes a toll on your body. Afterwards, your pelvis may need assistance to regain its original strength and sound muscle tone.

Pelvic Pain

Pelvic pain can have many causes, including cystitis, seemingly unrelated muscle and joint problems, or ovarian cysts. Physical therapy provides significant relief.