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4918 Milam St. Houston, TX 77006 713 807 1131
Ning Malabanan, PT, DPT.
Pelvic Rehab
Physical Therapy
Services We Provide

We treat patients experiencing bladder incontinence, sexual dysfunction, prolapse, pregnancy and postpartum impairments.

Pregnancy & Postpartum Impairments

Pubic Symphysis Pain Sciatica Low back Pain Diastasis Recti SI Joint Pain Preganacy Related Dysfunction or Trauma

Bladder & Bowel Impairments

Pelvic Muscle wasting Mixed Incontinence Stress Incontinence Mixed Incontinence Urgency of Urination Frequency of Micturation Bladder Pain Syndrome Overactive Bladder Cystocele Painful Micturation

Pelvic pain Syndrome and Sexual Pain/Dysfunction

Pelvic and Perineal Pain Muscle Spasm Vulvodynia Pudendal Neuralgia Vaginismus Dyspareunia

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Ning Malabanan, PT, DPT

Ning Malabanan is a physical therapist specialist in pelvic floor rehabilitation and women’s health, committed to helping women understand pelvic floor muscles’ role in their sexual health and dysfunction including chronic pelvic pain, bowel and bladder incontinence, prolapse, prenatal and postpartum musculoskeletal issues. She believes in a collaborative approach and the use of validated functional tools to help clients reach their goals. She strives to empower patients through education and self-awareness to encourage them to take responsibility for their own health. Ning earned her Bachelor’s Degree in physical therapy while in the Philippines before receiving her Doctorate Degree in New York. She has over 21 years of experience and has treated various patients concerned with different magnitudes of physical impairments. Along with her extensive knowledge of multiple physical impairments, Ning has worked in multiple settings including hospitals, home health, and private practice. Outside of treating patients, Ning love to spend time with family and friends, run, cook, travel, do yoga and snuggle with her doggies (Brooklyn and Bubbles).

What Is The Pelvic Floor?

The pelvic floor consists of muscles and connective tissues that support important organs in your pelvis, bladder, bowel, and internal reproductive organs. Pelvic floor muscles hold these organs in place while also providing the flexibility to assist with bodily functions. 

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What is Pelvic Rehabilitation?

October 28, 2022

It is a non-surgical approach to rehabilitation of dysfunction in the pelvis that contribute to bowel, bladder, sexual health, and pain complaints. Ap...

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Pelvic Floor Information

September 16, 2022

The pelvic floor muscles are located between the tailbone (coccyx) and the pubic bone within the pelvis. They support the bowel and bladder (as well a...

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How To Stretch Pelvis Muscles

May 16, 2017

If you have suffered from a pelvic floor dysfunction, then a pelvic floor exercise routine, commonly referred to as Kegel exercises, might be what you...

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We Are In-Network with some INSURANCE and also offer self-pay options