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Pelvic Health and Orthopedic Services

55 minute pelvic/orthopedic health treatment

Dana came into pelvic health through her years in working with children under the age of 3 and their families. Maternal health was simply not addressed. It became clear that the well-being of baby and mother was deeply intertwined, and postpartum recovery was a mystery to most.

She has grown to find that there is a gap in pelvic health services for all people across the lifespan, race, and gender. In addition to seeing patients through pregnancy & postpartum, she enjoys working with people with pain with intimacy, cesarean and other surgical recovery, pelvic/bladder pain, vaginismus, constipation, and other bowel issues.

Her clinical style incorporates manual therapies (visceral mobilization and myofascial release), yoga, and rebuilding movement patterns that helps you to do the things you love without hesitation, fear, or pain. 

When not working with clients, Dana can often be found teaching or practicing yoga, outdoors hiking and trail running, playing out the show Chopped in her kitchen, and trying out her hand at gardening. 

Dana came into pelvic health through her years in working with children under the age of 3 and th... Read More

Dr. Kristin Stetzel, PT, DPT received her undergraduate degree from Penn State University and her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Rutgers University. She has earned her Pelvic Health Level I Certificate through the American Physical Therapy Association and has attended a myofascial mobilization course through the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute.

Kristin’s interest in pelvic health began during physical therapy school while performing research for a poster presentation on the topic of surgical site infections following cesarean sections. She soon realized how little information is available for new mothers regarding proper care of their bodies before, during and after pregnancy, and immediately questioned why physical therapy isn’t an established routine-practice following childbirth. Kristin believes she has found purpose in treating patients with pelvic health conditions, in educating the general public about the importance of these intimate health topics, and in starting the conversation about subjects that have far too long been inadequately discussed.

In addition to her pursuits in physical therapy, Kristin also likes to create artistic informative content through her passion as a graphic design artist. She discovered her hidden talent while studying in physical therapy school where she began an educational and entrepreneurial venture to create visual study guides, which she shares with other visual learners through social media.

In her free time, you will find Kristin spending time with friends and family, indoor rock climbing and scoping out new coffee shops.

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