Kimberly M. Glow, PT, DPT is a Boston-based physical therapist with a focus on both pelvic floor dysfunction and orthopedics. Kim graduated with her doctorate in physcial therapy from MGHIHP after completing her undergraduate work in Classics at UNH. She believes in the healing power of movement, and the power of the biopsychosocial connection. She has a passion for seamlessly treating pelvic floor dysfunction and orthopedic dysfunction as inter-related components. As an auspicious educator, Kim has been involved with many community-based education programs, including lectures and demonstrations to local yoga studios during instructor trainings, postpartum support groups, and support groups for those afflicted with neurological disease. In 2017, Kim was invited to guest lecture on the topic of “Physical Therapy’s Role in Treatment of Vulvovaginal Dermatological Conditions” during the American Urogynecologic Society’s annual conference, and has also lectured to medical residents at Tufts Medical Center.
Kimberly has a special passion for treating athletes with pelvic floor dysfunction, and returning them to the sport or movement style they most love. Her practice includes treatment of bowel, bladder, sexual, breast, and abdominal dysfunction for both men and women, as well as all breadths of orthopedic dysfunction. She has a passion for lifelong learning, and education. Currently, Kimberly practices out of Massachusetts General Hospital.
Kim enjoys her spare time with her husband and puppy, camping, and reading. Kim currently practices out of Rhode Island.