Pelvic Health & Rehab  

Living an active and fulfilling life is the only way to live, so that's what we're here to help you do. Baton Rouge General's outpatient pelvic health and rehabilitation services provides personalized, one-on-one care in a soothing and caring environment. Our customized exercise programs are personalized for you by highly trained, compassionate therapists who are dedicated to your full recovery.

Obstetrical Pain

A woman's body undergoes many changes during pregnancy, which can sometimes lead to upper and lower back pain. Through customized exercise programs, soft-tissue massage therapy and education, we can help reduce—and sometimes eliminate—your discomfort. Our highly trained therapists can also prepare expectant mothers for postpartum issues such as muscle pain and weakness, urinary incontinence and sacroiliac dysfunction.   

Pelvic pain

Pelvic pain is just that - painful. And it can stem from a variety of sources such as the uterus, ovaries, bladder, appendix, kidney or abdomen. But our expert therapists can help alleviate the uncomfortable sensations you feel between your naval and groin. Using soft-tissue massage techniques, personalized exercise programs, pain relieving modalities and education, we can help you live your life the way you want—pain-free.

Incontinence Management

Incontinence, the involuntary loss of urine, can be embarrassing and inconvenient for active women. But this is a treatable condition and we can help. Through education, strength exercise, postural instruction and electrical stimulation, our specialized therapists will help you overcome this problem and enable you to live your life without interruptions.

Pelvic Rehabilitation Specialists

Susan Giglio, PT

Susan has more than 20 years experience working in many areas of pelvic health. She has received extensive training in incontinence, pelvic pain and obstetrical issues, and lectures on these issues for the American Physical Therapy Association.





Kali Aucoin, PT, DPT

Kali is a physical therapist who has been trained in evaluation and treatment of incontinence, pelvic pain and obstetrics, and has received advanced training and completed a clinical internship in pelvic health. She is also certified in dry needling techniques.

For more information about the General's Physical Therapy program, email