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Dr. Megan Rome , PT, DPT, CLT

Rome Physical Therapy
1311 Queensborough Blvd Unit 101 Mount Pleasant South Carolina, United States, 29464
Dr. Megan Rome, Rome Physical Therapy
Physical Therapist
  • Cancer Specialization
  • Lymphedema / Lymphatic
  • Pelvic Health - Both Male and Female
  • Women’s Health Only (female parts)
  • Pregnancy
  • Postnatal
  • Sexual Health
  • Female Athlete
  • Female (Genital) Pelvic Pain
  • Bladder
  • Physical Therapy Practice



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Rome Physical Therapy offers one-on-one physical therapy care for those with issues involving the breast and pelvis. Specific areas of treatment include pelvic pain, incontinence, pelvic floor weakness, pelvic floor tightness, pregnancy and postpartum. Rome Physical Therapy also treats those undergoing breast cancer treatments such as a mastectomy, lumpectomy or radiation therapy as well as those struggling with signs of lymphedema. This approach is designed to incorporate hands on physical therapy and empower those to live the very best life they could possibly live. Rome Physical Therapy offers a concierge-style treatment method where the physical therapist comes to your home or office to improve the way YOU function in your own environment. This is very important to determine which specific tasks throughout your day may increase problems or even reviewing modifications that may help throughout the treatment process to speed up overall recovery. This at-home environment helps facilitate daily activities in order to make treatments specific for you and your home or work environment. ​ In a concierge-style treatment model, the physical therapist enters into a contract with the patient to provide physical therapy services in a manner that both parties have determined will help them reach treatment goals most efficiently. The patient pays at the time of service, allowing the therapist to focus on providing the best possible service while keeping administrative costs low. You may pay for services using cash, a check, or a credit/debit card.

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