As a licensed pelvic floor physical therapist, I’m passionate about all things pelvic floor—and providing care that helps patients feel seen, heard, loved, and empowered. I have been working in this specialty since 2018, with expertise in helping patients—women, men and those within the LGBTQIA+ population—with diverse diagnoses. I am one of the few physical therapists in Ohio to earn a PRPC accreditation from the international Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute, and I’m also a certified Endometriosis Physical Therapist on iCareBetter. I am manually trained and believe in taking a biopsychosocial approach to care.
My specialties include cupping, integrative dry needling, muscle energy techniques, visceral mobilizations, myofascial release, and more. Beyond my skillset, I’ve also experienced living with pelvic floor dysfunction and chronic pain. I know firsthand how much pelvic floor dysfunction can affect your life—and how hard it can be to find a provider who understands and advocates for you. My goal is to be both your provider and your partner in achieving sustainable, functional wellness.
When I’m not doing all-things-pelvic-floor, you’ll find me fixing up our Lebanon farmhouse and spending time with my husband and two daughters.