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MEET DR. VICTORIA

Dr. Victoria Clement graduated from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science and Doctorate of Physical Therapy. She moved to Philadelphia where her career started in orthopedics/sports and then she "stumbled" across pelvic floor physical therapy when seeking help for her own pelvic pain, sciatica, and incontinence.

 

She quickly developed an affinity for the pregnant and postpartum populations and helping these individuals navigate their physical, mental, and emotional changes through this incredible time of growing and nurturing another human being. Unfortunately, moms have a lot of societal pressure and responsibility and do not have time and energy to take care their physical health and wellness. So, she decided to leave her corporate job and create a hybrid clinic/ mobile practice to bridge the gap of lacking obstetrics physical therapy care and to advocate for the normalization of pelvic health education in her community. In addition, she completed doula training to better understand what happens in the delivery room. 

 

Dr. Victoria also has a passion for incorporating functional lifting into her physical therapy programs and optimizing core, lumbar, hip, and pelvic systems with movement. Her services also include evaluating your musculoskeletal system as a unit instead of one isolated area; you are a person not just a pelvis, foot, or shoulder! 

MEET DR. GABY

Physical Therapy; Pelvic Floor Therapy;  Prenatal Care; Postpartum Care; Doula; Pregnancy related pain; Labor preparation; Postpartum recovery; scarring; Pain or difficulty with intercourse; Incontinence (leaking); Constipation; Bladder and bowel urgency; Genital pain; Pelvic organ prolapse; Sciatic and pudendal nerve irritation; Pubic symphysis dysfunction; Interstitial Cystitis; Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome; Endometriosis; Neck pain; Shoulder/ arm pain; Thoracic/ mid back pain; Lumbar/ low back pain; Pelvis/ sacroiliac joint pain; Hip pain; Knee pain; Ankle Pain

Dr. Gabriela Rivera, or Gaby, graduated from New York Institute of Technology with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Health Sciences and Biology. After graduating, she moved from New York to Philadelphia to study physical therapy at Thomas Jefferson University, where she  graduated with her Doctorate. She started her career working with older adults in long term care and assisted living facilities. 

 

Gaby is passionate about helping individuals with pelvic floor dysfunctions. Since graduating, she has taken continuing education in pelvic floor rehabilitation through APTA and Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute. Gaby is a Pregnancy and Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist (PCES).

 

In her spare time, Gaby enjoys hiking, traveling, hanging out with her dog, pilates, and yoga.

MEET DR. STEVE

Physical Therapy; Pelvic Floor Therapy;  Prenatal Care; Postpartum Care; Doula; Pregnancy related pain; Labor preparation; Postpartum recovery; scarring; Pain or difficulty with intercourse; Incontinence (leaking); Constipation; Bladder and bowel urgency; Genital pain; Pelvic organ prolapse; Sciatic and pudendal nerve irritation; Pubic symphysis dysfunction; Interstitial Cystitis; Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome; Endometriosis; Neck pain; Shoulder/ arm pain; Thoracic/ mid back pain; Lumbar/ low back pain; Pelvis/ sacroiliac joint pain; Hip pain; Knee pain; Ankle Pain

Dr. Steve graduated from University of Pittsburgh with a B.S. in Exercise Science and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Slippery Rock University.

He worked with athletes in a strength and conditioning space at Carnegie Mellon and served in the U.S. Marine reserves for six years.


Steve is passionate about blending the worlds of orthopedic physical therapy and functional fitness to instill longevity in his patient’s lives.

For fun, Steve participates in Strongman
competitions, goes on hikes, and tries his hand at DIY projects.

MEET ADAM: PROGRAMMING COACH & ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Physical Therapy; Pelvic Floor Therapy;  Prenatal Care; Postpartum Care; Doula; Pregnancy related pain; Labor preparation; Postpartum recovery; scarring; Pain or difficulty with intercourse; Incontinence (leaking); Constipation; Bladder and bowel urgency; Genital pain; Pelvic organ prolapse; Sciatic and pudendal nerve irritation; Pubic symphysis dysfunction; Interstitial Cystitis; Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome; Endometriosis; Neck pain; Shoulder/ arm pain; Thoracic/ mid back pain; Lumbar/ low back pain; Pelvis/ sacroiliac joint pain; Hip pain; Knee pain; Ankle Pain

Adam Trapanotto served in the United States Navy and graduated from Temple University with a B.S. in Exercise Science.

 

He is a gym manager, coach, and personal trainer by trade; he has experience working with amateur to professional athletes (including tactical athletics), perinatal mothers, as well as those with adaptive needs, chronic pain and co-morbidities.

 

In his free time, you can catch him rock climbing, snowboarding, competing in spartan races or strongman competitions, as well as hiking with his corgi puppy, Cookie!

 

In addition to marketing and social media, Adam is your encouraging, hype-man, evening go-to guy for help with any patient needs!

MEET LAUREN: ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Physical Therapy; Pelvic Floor Therapy;  Prenatal Care; Postpartum Care; Doula; Pregnancy related pain; Labor preparation; Postpartum recovery; scarring; Pain or difficulty with intercourse; Incontinence (leaking); Constipation; Bladder and bowel urgency; Genital pain; Pelvic organ prolapse; Sciatic and pudendal nerve irritation; Pubic symphysis dysfunction; Interstitial Cystitis; Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome; Endometriosis; Neck pain; Shoulder/ arm pain; Thoracic/ mid back pain; Lumbar/ low back pain; Pelvis/ sacroiliac joint pain; Hip pain; Knee pain; Ankle Pain

Lauren Burr has a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Rollins College and a Master of Science in Leadership from Nova Southeastern University. Lauren has a professional background in education and healthcare management and she knows how important quick and effective communication is to patient care! 

Lauren has personally benefited from pelvic floor physical therapy for many years after seemingly unresolveable lower back and hip pain
kept her from running, hiking, and traveling. Lauren is passionate about helping connect folks to the best healthcare resources so that their lives can be lived to the fullest!

MEET ALYSSA: ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Physical Therapy; Pelvic Floor Therapy;  Prenatal Care; Postpartum Care; Doula; Pregnancy related pain; Labor preparation; Postpartum recovery; scarring; Pain or difficulty with intercourse; Incontinence (leaking); Constipation; Bladder and bowel urgency; Genital pain; Pelvic organ prolapse; Sciatic and pudendal nerve irritation; Pubic symphysis dysfunction; Interstitial Cystitis; Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome; Endometriosis; Neck pain; Shoulder/ arm pain; Thoracic/ mid back pain; Lumbar/ low back pain; Pelvis/ sacroiliac joint pain; Hip pain; Knee pain; Ankle Pain

Alyssa first started out her career as an Event planner/ Recreation Administrator at a small community in The Pocono Mountains. She then moved to Philadelphia where she found us after dealing with her own shoulder and sciatic nerve pain.

 

She was new to the world of physical therapy for the pelvic floor but quickly became intrigued and plays an active role in making sure each patient feels supported, heard and appreciated. 

In her spare time, Alyssa enjoys walking through antique stores to find those unique pieces, traveling to new places; including her favorite West beach in Delaware along with being outdoors with her two wild and crazy pups. 

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