What is a Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist?
Pelvic health PT’s have received advanced and specialized training in pelvic floor dysfunction and visceral manipulation and are familiar with the symptoms of endometriosis. Because of the lesions and scarring caused by endometriosis, adjacent pelvic musculature can become contracted creating an imbalance of soft tissue structures within the pelvis which may contribute to bowel and bladder issues, abdominal, hip, and back pain, and painful intercourse. A pelvic floor PT will work with you on returning your pelvic musculature to a balanced state, relieving contracted and scarred areas, and decreasing overall pain.
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While the board of the Greater Seattle Endometriosis Research Center does not endorse a particular practitioner we do understand the importance of quality care. Therefore, we have compiled a list of medical offices and/or practitioners from our members recommendation. It is important you research your physicians and healthcare providers, interview, and choose the best healthcare provider for your care based on your own opinion and financial situation.
Group members recommend the following practitioners:
Tina Allen, PT,
Kathryn Rice, PT, DPT,
Jessica Brown, PT, DPT, PRPC
UW Roosevelt Clinic
4245 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105
Angela Messerli, DPT
Life in Balance Physical Therapy
West Seattle location:
5410 California Ave SW Ste 101, Seattle, WA 98136
1800 SW 152nd #200, Burien, WA 98166
Shannon Pazier, MPT, MSW
Flex Physical Therapy
12900 NE 180th St #110, Bothell, WA 98011
Kristen Costello, PT (Completes biofeedback and less complicated visceral work)
Specialty Clinic at St Clare
11307 Bridgeport Way SW #220, Lakewood, WA 98499
Rebekah Ley, PT, DPT, OCS
(Spoke with our group recently and was interviewed on a live Facebook meeting feed)
Athena Women’s PT / Evergreen Health
6520 226 Place SE #205, Issaquah, WA 98027
Nancy Balash, PT, DPT, OCS
Cascade Summit Physical Therapy
1608 S. 24th Ave #102, Yakima, WA 98902
*Physicians and practitioners that are listed on this page are in no particular order. Physical therapy discussion is for informational purposes only and should not be substituted for medical advice.