Dr. Samantha DuFlo earned a Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Maryland, after which she relocated to Chicago, IL to further her knowledge and training in pelvic pain and rehabilitation. Returning to the Baltimore area, Samantha was able to bring her unique, holistic approach to treatment of pelvic and sexual dysfunction happily to Baltimore City where she is the owner and founder of Indigo Physiotherapy. Samantha prides herself on being up to date with current research, pursuing continuing education, ongoing pelvic trends, and education of her clients so they can dispel pelvic “myths” and come to understand their own bodies and journeys to healing. As a holistic physical therapist, Samantha integrates a wide range of therapeutic techniques and a multifaceted approach to facilitate whole-body healing. Samantha’s focus is on pelvic pain and dysfunction, prenatal and postpartum care, and the pelvis in related to movement and functional disorder.
Additionally, Samantha is adjunct faculty, teaching reproductive anatomy, physiology, and pathology at the University of Maryland, School of Medicine to doctor of physical therapy students. Samantha is honored to have been asked to lecture and present to groups both small and large, been featured in podcasts, as well a featured conference speaker. Samantha has also earned the Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification through Herman and Wallace. She has journeyed to Costa Rica and Malawi for medical global outreach and research, and is usually found on a hiking trail with her family and dogs, or reading a good book when she’s not working.