By Sonya Worthy Okolo, PT and Victoria Hudson, SPT Do any of these things sound familiar? Lifting, jumping, or running that causes pelvic, hip, abdominal, or back pain? What about pelvic pressure, bulge, or heaviness? Have you experienced bladder or bowel...
By Sonya Worthy Okolo, PT and Victoria Hudson, SPT In her memoir, Becoming, Mrs. Obama revealed how at the age of 34, she realized that “the biological clock is real” and that “egg production is limited", which led her to seeking IVF. Preparing for pregnancy can...
"Postpartum care should become an ongoing process, rather than a single encounter, with services and support tailored to each woman’s individual needs. It is recommended that all women have contact with their obstetrician–gynecologists or other obstetric care...
By Sonya Worthy Okolo, PT It was March 2020 and COVID shut the world down. Skeptical, I, along with my fellow healthcare providers, quickly pivoted to provide online care. Pulling upon years of clinical experience and keen observation skills, I became a...
By Sonya Worthy Okolo, PT Have you stumbled upon this page while searching the web for a solution to your most intimate and embarrassing pee, poop, or sex concerns? You may be wondering what is a Pelvic Physical Therapist and what happens during a session? ...
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a concierge & wellness service?
“Concierge PT” goes beyond the traditional insurance-based model. We provide care until your goals are met – not dictated by your insurance company. You have unlimited access – we value quality NOT quantity! You have the ability to quickly reach providers with questions and receive timely responses via text or email options. PT services typically are 55 to 75 minutes, 1:1 care, and individualized with advanced skill intervention allowing for more efficient results. Select mobile service is available.
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Are you a provider for my health insurance?
We are NOT Medicare providers. All services are covered by out-of-network insurance. As a fee-for-service physical therapy company, payment is due at time of service using HSA, FSA, or Credit/Debit Cards. A superbill will be provided for your self-submission of reimbursement.
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I have a birth team, so why consider a PT-Doula?
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