Frequently Asked Questions

We are the proud manufacturers of the Pelviwand®, previously the TheraWand, a highly regarded pelvic therapy internal massage product. Use of the Pelviwand® can be an effective part of a holistic or multi-faceted treatment plan provided by your physical therapist or health care practitioner.


We are not physical therapists and do not diagnose or prescribe treatment for pelvic floor muscle dysfunction or other conditions. We continue to work closely with healthcare practitioners which include physical therapists that are experienced with pelvic therapy. We often refer to physical therapists who treat women and men suffering with pelvic discomfort or pain.


Pelvic Therapies, Inc.® is not responsible for the misuse of this product. DO NOT USE ALCOHOL for cleaning. We suggest using warm soapy water and/or a natural disinfectant such as grapefruit seed extract. Do not insert past the first curve. Please contact your healthcare practitioner, especially if you have any pre-existing conditions.

Novelty Use Only

What kinds of pelvic floor conditions may be addressed with internal pelvic floor massage and/or trigger-point release

This is a suggested list only. Pelvic Therapies Inc. is the manufacturer of the Pelviwand®. We are not physical therapists. Please refer to your healthcare practitioner for specific and individualized treatment and instruction. 


  • Pelvic floor muscle dysfunction (pain, hypertonicity, shortening, trigger points)
  • Chronic Pelvic Pain (Syndrome)
  • Vaginismus
  • Painful scar tissue, such as episiotomy
  • Tight vaginal opening
  • Anorgasmia
  • Non-Bacterial Prostatitis
  • Prostate massage
  • Levator Ani Syndrome
  • Myofascial (Trigger-Point) Release
  • Dyspareunia (painful intercourse)
Where can I find instructions for myofascial 'trigger-point' release and pelvic floor massage that I can do at home?
  • Please refer to your healthcare professional for personalized and specific instructions.
  • Check out our instructional videos for women and men by Dr. Susie Gronski.
  • We list general instructions on the ‘instructions’ tab of our website.
How do I clean my PelviWand®?

DO NOT USE ALCOHOL or other harsh chemical cleaners. We recommend using warm soapy water and/or Protex Disinfectant Wipes (available on our website). Natural disinfectants such as grapefruit seed extract work great too.

What is the difference between the LA and V-Wand?

Each PelviWand has two release-ends™.

  • The V-WAND® has a thicker overall diameter and does not contain the ‘balls’ end. Its two release-ends™ include an opposable thumb shape and a finger tip like end.
  • The LA-WAND® has a slightly overall thinner diameter and a longer length. The two release-ends™ include a ‘balls’ end and a gently tapered end. The end with the balls is often used as a handle.
About the Pocket-Wand

The Pocket-Wand’s convenient size and shape allows for its easy portability, which means you can take it with you anywhere! For your on-the-go needs, a highly renowned physical therapist suggests elevating one leg while inserting the pocket-wand (i.e in a restroom) to obtain quick relief wherever you may be. Please see our instructional videos as well as our instructional brochures for more information. We always recommend seeing a healthcare practitioner for individualized instruction on using our products.

Unique use of Wands for supporting a prolapse during a bowel movement by Elizabeth Makous, the Pelvic Whisperer

Pelvic floor physical therapists often encounter pelvic pain patients that have constipation and/or extreme difficulty emptying their bowels. Many times a complication or cause of this is rectal prolapse. These individuals typically find themselves trying to support their pelvic floors with a whole hand or by placing their fingers in their vaginas while having a bowel movement. The rounded treatment end on the PelviWand V or LV and especially the flat end of the Pocket Wand works perfectly to support the prolapse in place of a hand or a finger.

This Therapeutic use of the Wand was introduced in the clinic of Elizabeth Makous MSPT CLT PRPC, the Pelvic Whisperer. Please feel free to email her with any questions at:

Product Material

Cast acrylic material, while more expensive than extruded or molded acrylic, is superior for most applications. Cast acrylic is unaffected by sunlight or fluorescent light, resists aging, and maintains stability over a wide range of environmental and chemical conditions.

Cast acrylic rods and tubes conform to specifications of ASTM D5436; Cast acrylic rods and tubes have been certified by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) to meet the FDA standards, as specified in CFR 21 177.1010, as articles intended for use in contact with food. Cast acrylic products are UL approved for flame resistance according to UL 94HB. Cast acrylic is produced UVA by default – UVT is available on request as a custom (non-stock) product.