Andrea Goldberger has been in physical therapy clinical practice since 1998. She earned her B.A. degree in psychology from the University of Vermont in 1995, and she subsequently earned her Masters degree in Physical Therapy from Northern Arizona University in 1998.
For the past 15 years Andrea has specialized in the holistic treatment of pelvic floor disorders. She had the distinct honor of having trained under Kathe Wallace, P.T., a nationally recognized expert in the field.
Andrea has served as the Program Coordinator of the Pelvic Health Program at St. Luke’s Hospital in Boise, Idaho since 2000. The program began initially with only one-half day per week dedicated specifically to treating pelvic floor dysfunction, and it has subsequently grown to include 5 clinicians practicing at several sites in the Boise and surrounding area. At CSM in 2004 she presented her poster entitled Effects of Physical Therapy on Functional and Quality of Life Measures in Adults with Urinary Incontinence.
Andrea’s practice centers around the treatment of patients with urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence, and chronic pelvic pain. She enjoys partnering with her patients in order to both educate them and help them to achieve their highest possible quality of life.
In her free time Andrea avidly pursues back-country skiing, mountain climbing, backpacking, and reading.