Pelvic Floor & Orthopaedic

Physical therapy services provided by Kirsten Brown, DPT

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Individualized Total Body Approach

PT Evaluation

1:1 evaluation assessing pelvic floor and total body function as well as developing an individualized plan of care for treatment. Optional for Orthopedic patients.


1:1 treatment utilizing info gathered at your initial evaluation with  focus on eliminating symptoms and improving your overall function.

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Graston Technique

Myaofascial Decompression

Joint Mobilization

Strength & Mobility Training

Dr. Kirsten Brown PT, DPT

Dr. Kirsten graduated in 2012 from Northeastern University where she received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She began working as an orthopaedic physical therapist with a gradual transition into a specialization in pelvic floor physical therapy.

-Pelvic Pain
-Sexual Dysfunction
-Bowel & Bladder Incontinence
-Neck & Back Pain
-Over Active Bladder
-Perinatal/Postpartum Care
-Joint Pain


Does the session involve an internal assessment? If so, what should I expect?

In order for your physical therapist to gather as much information as possible, it is generally recommended to have an internal vaginal and/or rectal assessment during the evaluation. However, it is NOT absolutely necessary. The patient will always have the option to decline or ask for more information.

    Do you take insurance?

    We do not accept insurance at this time however we are able to offer a “superbill” for each session. A superbill is essentially an invoice that can be submitted to your insurance for partial reimbursement.

    Do I need a doctor's referral in order to start physical therapy?

    No, however it is always encouraged to have a doctor’s signature on your plan of care. It is important to keep your care team informed in all aspects of medical care. We do however require a doctor’s referral or a signed plan of care within 12 visits or 45 days from your evaluation. This falls in line with the California Direct Access rule which you may inquire more about during your booking.

    How many sessions will I need?

    There is no definitive answer to this question. Everyone has different timelines depending on diagnosis and ability to participate in physical therapy pending their work/life schedule.

    Can I still come in during menstruation?

    Yes. If you are comfortable, the therapist is comfortable. Please note that it is common to be a bit more sensitive while menstruating so an internal treatment may or may not be tolerated that day. If not, the therapist will have plenty of other things to work on externally for that session!



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