PELVIC FLOOR THERAPY


Perinatal Consultations

Each physical therapy session is 60 minutes of one-on-one care. The initial evaluation session includes a patient history (you describe your injury or dysfunction and your needs and goals), an examination to determine a physical therapy diagnosis, and treatment. Follow-up sessions always start with an update from you, followed by a re-evaluation to assess progress/change, and the treatment. Treatment usually includes hands-on manual therapy, exercises or movement activities, and a home program to maintain gains.


Brooke David, PT

Brooke David, PT received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from New York Medical College. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Bachelor of Arts in Jewish Studies at the University of Maryland, College Park. While at UMD, she became a certified personal trainer and worked with all types of clients including pre and postnatal. While at NYMC, she took extra coursework through Herman & Wallace to become certified in treating pelvic floor dysfunction.

I get the question all the time—what does a pelvic floor physical therapist do? As a Pelvic Floor PT, I treat both women and men for pelvic floor dysfunction, which can involve internal treatment. I treat everything from incontinence and bladder irregularities to prolapse, constipation and pain with sex. These are common diagnoses associated with pregnancy, birth and/or postpartum. I am here to help you strengthen your deepest core and pelvic floor and educate you on how to move most efficiently for your body—whether you are expecting, a new mom or gave birth years ago.                                    
I have experience with pre and postnatal clients as patients and in group exercise classes. Every body is different and needs a different plan of care, which is what I strive to create with a multidimensional approach. After listening to your history and goals, I assess your movement, strength, mobility and stability before creating your exercise program. I incorporate manual therapy, strength and balance training and education into each session. I am here to help prepare your body for the baby and to help “fix” any issues that may have started after the baby.

I grew up in Atlanta, am an avid Braves & Falcons fan, where I was a competitive gymnast until high school. Now, I live on the UWS with my husband and enjoy being active and exploring all the delicious restaurants of NYC.
— Brooke

Pricing & Availability

$200 / session . $525 / 3 sessions

Saturdays 9am-12pm

By Appointment Only

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