Agile’s pelvic physical therapy program is what you’ve been waiting for –
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Pelvic physical therapy is the gold standard for treating concerns involving bowel, bladder, and sexual function.
Annemarie Everett, PT, DPT, WCS
Like many of my clients, I’ve had the experience of a profound loss of confidence in my body; physical therapists and others told my younger self that I was fragile, dysfunctional, and shouldered me with a growing list of “imbalances” to be “fixed.”
But here’s the thing – it doesn’t have to be that way.
I believe (and evidence robustly supports) that you are resilient, adaptable, and capable of recovering from injury, moving through the experiences of pregnancy and birth, and experiencing joy and fulfillment through movement.
I knew from a young age that I wanted to be a physical therapist. Even now, I continue to be fascinated by the endlessly resilient, adaptable, and intricate systems that keep us moving. Most importantly, I have the privilege of being one of the few medical professionals who has the time to actually get to know my clients, spend time understanding their concerns, and develop real, meaningful relationships.
I have centered my career around the idea that people with pelvic health concerns deserve expert, evidence-based, compassionate, and positive care. I’m excited to share your journey with you and help you achieve the goals that mean most to you!
What Makes Agile Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Different?
At Agile, you can be confident that you’re getting the most modern, evidence-based pelvic physical therapy care in your area. Agile is proud to be at the leading edge of evidence based medicine.
Agile believes that pelvic physical therapy should be centered around adding more to your life – not taking things away. The best physical therapy care makes you feel better about your body, not worse. It helps you make the most meaningful changes instead of shouldering you with a laundry list of daily exercises. It recognizes that your time is best spent living your life, and not in physical therapy.