I’ve been receiving a lot of inquiries online of people asking for a pelvic health provider near them. I am always happy to receive these messages and help connect people to local providers. I am glad my message is getting through and men and women are knowing there is help and looking for resources.
Here are my top recommended ways to find a local pelvic health therapist near you.
1. https://aptapelvichealth.org/ptlocator/ This is a website from the American Physical Therapy Association. You will type in your zip code or city/state, click on “I’m not a robot” then the “Find a Physical Therapist” button and a list will pop up of physical therapists in your area. Depending on where you live you may have to select a different distance to find a PT. Then, when then new page pops up with a list of physical therapists, in the box near the top that says, “Filter Results” under practice area choose “Women’s Health.” Click on the orange “Filter” button and that should then populate a list of pelvic floor physical therapists near you.
2. https://pelvicguru.com/directory/ This is a directory created by Tracy Sher, a pelvic physical therapist and owner of Pelvic Guru. She created this comprehensive directory because she was receiving so many messages worldwide asking for recommendations of pelvic floor physical therapists, doctors, etc. As of this writing (2019) this directory is new and is still building, so be patient and check back if you don’t see any providers listed in your area. This is the only global database that I know of to find pelvic health providers.
3. https://pelvicrehab.com/ Another directory of pelvic floor physical therapists. On the home page type in your zip code and a list of pelvic floor physical therapists will populate.
4. Book an online virtual session with myself. I will always do a free 15 minute phone consultation or email exchange to see if this is an appropriate option for you before you book anything. There are many things we can talk about and look at together over zoom in a virtual session together. If I think you need hands on physical therapy, I will then help you find someone near you, if possible, to do the hands-on work.
I hope you find these resources helpful. Please continue to reach out to me with any questions. I am always happy to chat about your symptoms and see if myself or another pelvic floor physical therapist can help you.