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Dr. Carri has over 15 years experience treating pelvic floor dysfunctions.  This includes:

  • pregnancy and postpartum back pain

  • diastasis recti

  • pelvic pain

  • painful sex

  • endometriosis

  • interstitial cystitis

  • pelvic organ prolapse

  • incontinence

  • urinary frequency and urgency

  • constipation

  • erectile dysfunction in males

  • after prostate surgery

  • after pelvic surgery

  • after gender affirming surgery


She has a unique background in this specialty area of physical therapy.  Her training began in her doctor of physical therapy program at Stony Brook University.  She then worked with and was further trained by Evelyn Hecht, PT in New York City.  Ms. Hecht was one of the first PT's in New York City to treat patients with these conditions.  Dr. Carri also worked at Queen's Medical Center in Honolulu in their Women's Health Department where she exclusively treated patients with these conditions.  She was also introduced to treating patients with breast cancer during her time at Queens.  She has taken many continuing education courses to learn about more ways she can help her clients with pelvic floor dysfunction.

She treats females, males and transgender clients with pelvic floor dysfunction and is a member of the Academy of Pelvic Health of the American Physical Therapy Association.