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Tyneale Lloyd

Tyneale is a physiotherapist with a special interest in women’s pelvic health. She is passionate about empowering women during their pregnancy, the early postpartum period and beyond the child bearing years.

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Glenna Sears-Brinker

Glenna graduated from Western Carolina University in 2000 with a Master of Physical Therapy degree. With the distinction of Magna Cum Laude she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from University of North Carolina in Asheville in 1998. As an out-patient physical therapist she treats orthopedic issues of the upper extremities, the lower…

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Brittany Haidet, PT, DPT

Dr. Brittany Haidet has been in the physical therapy world for over a decade starting as a Physical Therapist Assistant working in multiple settings before settling on the outpatient orthopedic world. Through her journey to finish her undergraduate degree, her own health struggles, and starting PT school she was introduced to world of pelvic/women’s health…

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Jill Krapf MD MEd FACOG

Dr. Jill Krapf is an Obstetrician Gynecologist who specializes in vulvovaginal disorders and vulvar pain in Washington, DC. Dr. Krapf is originally from the Philadelphia area. She graduated from Lafayette College and then earned an M.D. from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She completed a residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at The George Washington…

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Kathryn Terrian

Kathryn is a pelvic health Physical Therapist specializing in constipation, pelvic pain, urinary and fecal incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, pregnancy/ postnatal wellness, and general orthopedic conditions.

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Liane Fenwick

Liane is an experienced pelvic floor physiotherapist with 25 years of experience and multiple post-graduate University qualifications in pelvic floor physiotherapy. She treats both men and women for a wide range of pelvic conditions including: – Pelvic floor muscle weakness/dysfunction, – Urinary symptoms – incontinence, urgency, frequency, OAB – Anorectal symptoms – incontinence, obstructed defecation…

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Cheri Knight

I have been working as a physical therapist for 36 years . Much of my career has been in acute care and geriatrics. I started in pelvic health 6 years ago partly because of my own issues and because our healthcare system wanted to offer women’s health on a deeper level. I treat mostly women…

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Decreased sensation of glans penis

Hi GPHAM-  I am a pelvic PT. I have been seeing a male patient for a few months with primary c/o: decreased/absent pleasurable sensation of glans penis and much of shaft. We initially theorized it was a blood flow issue. He has been undergoing pelvic PT, electromagnetic wave (?) therapy, had botox injections for his…

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