Rubus Pelvic Care

Rubus Pelvic Care™ is a therapeutic approach to pelvic health that integrates myofascial pelvic floor therapy, energetic work, and custom blended herbal remedies to support female energy and health.  

This technique used for fertility issues, pelvic pain, urinary incontinence, sexual dysfunction, lack of libido and more. It is also routinely prescribed as part of postpartum healing.

While the treatment is very effective in reducing pain and increasing muscle strength on the physical level, it also has the ability to bring a woman an enhanced awareness of any emotional patterns or thoughts she may be holding within her pelvis.

Developed by women’s health expert Dr. Jolene Brighten, Rubus Pelvic Care is provided exclusively by Rubus Health.

What to Expect?

During your first session one of our Rubus Pelvic Therapists will evaluate you for any underlying pathological causes of your symptoms, ensuring your health care is well managed and that any serious issues are not missed.

After a brief discussion of how the session will flow, you’ll be invited to begin the session by changing and lying on the table. As an active participant, we ask that you continually check in with us to ensure you are comfortable and that your needs are heard and respected.

At the end of the session your provider will step out and allow you time to integrate and to get dressed. When they return they will offer you suggestions for caring for your pelvis which will include individualized exercises both physically and energetically, as well as an herbal blend to support your pelvic health.

Common Conditions Rubus Pelvic Care is Used to Treat:

  • Myofascial Pelvic Pain Syndrome
  • Chronic Pelvic Pain
  • Urinary leakage or incontinence
  • Postpartum complaints (symptoms arising after childbirth, cesarean or miscarriage)
  • Fertility support or issues surrounding infertility
  • Pelvic muscle injury, imbalance or weakness
  • Organ Prolapse
  • Rectocele/ cystocele
  • Menopausal pelvic symptoms
  • Vaginitis
  • Dysmenorrhea (painful periods)
  • Endometriosis
  • Fibroids
  • Pelvic trauma
  • Chronic bladder infections
  • Vulvovaginal varicosities
  • Pelvic Congestion Syndrome
  • Back pain
  • Sexual complaints, including low libido, vaginal dryness, pain with intercourse