Kirk Center for Healthy Living
About Us
Visiting Us
Our Staff
Specialties
Incontinence
C-section
Post-prostatectomy
Urinary Urgency and Frequency
Nocturia
Pelvic Organ Prolapse
Post-pelvic Surgery
Post-abdominal Surgery
Chronic Constipation
Dyspareunia
DRA Treatment
Crystal Bed
Patient Education
Additional Services
Reflexology
Acupuncture
Doula
Help Wanted!
Pelvic Health Table
PayPal

Treatment in the Time of COVID-19
  1. Call the clinic at 815-838-0529 when you park your car. Let Beth/Rob know that you just arrived and make sure they have the number you are calling from.

  2. Beth/Rob will ask you some screening questions over the phone while you are still in your car. If you answer yes to any of these questions, you will be asked to go home.

  3. Stay in your car or outside of the clinic. If you need to use the bathroom, you can come in to go to the bathroom and then return to your car/outside.

  4. Beth/Rob will call your cell phone to let you know that your practitioner is ready for you to come in. Please do not bring anyone else in with you unless they need to physically assist you. Also please do not bring in a bunch of personal items with you.

  5. Put on your mask before entering the building. Masks are mandatory in the building and they must be worn over the nose and mouth. If you refuse to wear a mask, you will be asked to go home. If you do not have a mask, we have some extras, but PPE is scarce so if you have your own mask, please bring it.

  6. Once you enter the building, stand on one of the blue lines on the floor and your practitioner will take your temperature with a touchless thermometer aimed at your forehead. If it is over 100 degrees, you will be asked to go home.

  7. Your practitioner will ask you to either use the hand sanitizer or wash your hands before arriving at their treatment room.

  8. You and your practitioner must keep your masks on for the entire treatment.

  9. When your treatment is over, if you need to give something to Beth/Rob please stand behind the blue line in the waiting room until they call you to the desk. Please honor the 6 feet rule. Otherwise please just wave to them and return to your car.

  10. If you need to schedule more sessions, Beth/Rob will call you after your session. If you have time to wait in your car for this to happen that would be great. If not, please call them as soon as you can.

  11. If you need to make any payments, you can give Beth/Rob your credit card number over the phone from your car. If you are using a check, see #9 above.


Welcome
Kirk Center for Healthy Living is committed to the complete wellness of all our patients. We are a physical therapy clinic specializing in pelvic health and pelvic conditions. All genders and sexual orientations are welcome at our facility.

You have spent years suffering with pain or urine leakage (incontinence). You have been convinced that the pain you continue to feel from your Episiotomy or from your C-Section scar or from Endometriosis, or pain with intercourse, is yours to suffer, as a person who has given birth.

Or, you've never been informed that Post-Prostatectomy urine leakage can easily and quickly be stopped.

Or, you've never been informed that urine leakage does not have to simply come with aging or having children.

All myths!

Let us prove it to you! There is no need to suffer or be embarrassed any longer. We are here to cure your conditions and provide a long-needed caring touch.

A few of the conditions our specialists treat:
Urine Leakage (Incontinence)
Pelvic Pain
Infertility
Sexual Dysfunction
Interstitial Cystitis / Painful Bladder Syndrome
Post-C-Section Pain
Post-Episiotomy Pain
Post-Prostatectomy Pain
Pudendal Nerve Entrapment
Benign Prostate Hyperplasia

Jean-Pierre Barral, DO, MRO (F) explains the concept of visceral manipulation based on its innovative theory that each internal organ rotates about its physiological axis.

16618 W 159th Street, Suite 402, Lockport, IL 60441
Phone: (815) 838-0529 * Fax: (815) 838-0652
Billing Questions: (888) 437-7557
E-mail us at info@kc4hl.com
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