• The Rehabilitation Institute at Memorial University Medical Center offers treatment for men, women, and children suffering from pelvic pain and dysfunction, urinary or fecal incontinence, muscle weakness or increased tone, and bowel and bladder dysfunctions. We can help with:

    Pelvic Pain, including:  

    • Interstitial Cystitis  
    • Dyspareunia (painful sexual intercourse)
    • Vulvodynia (chronic vulvar pain)
    • Vaginismus (involuntary spasm of the vaginal muscles)
    • Coccydynia (tailbone pain)
    • Postpartum and pregnancy-related pain
    • Endometriosis  
    • Constipation  
    • Irritable bowel syndrome  
    • Pudendal nerve syndrome (pain and numbness between the legs, often made worse by sitting)


    • Urinary (urge, stress, mixed, urgency, and frequency)
    • Fecal

    Pregnancy and Postpartum Issues  

    • Back and pelvis pain
    • Incontinence
    • Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) to aide in delivery pain

    After a physician refers you to our program, you'll receive services from a licensed, specially trained physical therapist. Services may include customized exercises, bowel/bladder training and education, Kegel exercise instruction and practice, manual therapy techniques, ultrasound, biofeedback, and electrical stimulation. These services are offered at our main office on the Memorial Health campus in Savannah, and at our Pooler location:

    101 West Mulberry Boulevard, Suite 210
    Pooler, GA 31407

    To make a referral or to request more information, call 912-350-7128.

    Meet the Therapist

  • Dagley
    Sarah Dagley, P.T., DPT
    Program Director

    Sarah Dagley, P.T., DPT, has a Bachelor of Science from Carson Newman College in Jefferson City, Tennessee, and a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the Medical College of Georgia, in consortium with Armstrong State University. She is a licensed physical therapist who is currently pursuing a Certificate of Achievement in Pelvic Pain through the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). She is an active member of the APTA’s Section on Women’s Health.