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Getting Better Together

I graduated from Western University of Health Sciences with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2011.

I began my career in outpatient Orthopedics, where I worked with a huge variety of patients. After 
I had my first child in 2015, I had the most difficult time accepting my new body. My biggest issue was urinary incontinence. I couldn't make any hard impact movements (running, jumping, squatting, sneezing, coughing) without leaking heavily! My Obgyn told me to just do Kegels and it was "normal" after child birth. So, I continued on with life with no improvements at all. I couldn't even chase my 15 month old when he darted out into the street. I had my second child in 2017 and was back to where I started. At this time, pelvic health Physical Therapy was becoming more recognized, but I still couldn't locate anyone local by googling that could examine me and help me start to rehabilitate. I had taken my first pelvic health course through the APTA back in 2013. This was before children, so I didn't realize the importance and the struggles that women go through after child birth. 

In 2018 I started to take 2 women's health courses a year and now 5 years postpartum I am finally comfortable with my body. It is still a work in progress, but it is a huge milestone for me. I decided I wanted to offer the care and guidance a woman deserves after having children to feel confident and to just feel good. 

Why are we different?

We combine Women's health and Orthopedics, and look at the body as a whole. We are postpartum corrective exercise specialists, and can offer a very personalized home exercise program to facilitate your healing process. Internal and external pelvic floor work can be performed in order to address each patient's individual needs. So, you are getting the best of both worlds. Everything needs to be working in harmony. 

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