Women's Health Physical Therapists, specifically trained in pregnancy and postpartum care can dramatically benefit pregnant and postpartum women by addressing abdominal separation, stress incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, urinary urgency, pelvic pain, pain with intercourse, lower back pain, and upper back pain with breastfeeding. This list does not serve as a recommendation or endorsement of specific providers, who are responsible for their listed credentials, training and contact information.
Patti Gehman, PT
Patti began practicing physical therapy in 1981 and continues on her journey learning and expanding her skills. Patti educates and supports each client in a gentle and calming way, and enjoys working with the physical/structural aspects of the body as well as the emotional components that may be contributing to the imbalances and sub-optimal movement patterns. Pattie assists you in finding tools you enjoy to support your health/healing process.
Contact: Health in Motion
Great Northern Physical Therapy
Great Northern Physical Therapy Women’s Health Clinic provides pre- and postpartum care, guides women in safe return to exercise and activities, and treats urinary and fecal leaking, pelvic pain, and treatment of clogged milk ducts. We have worked closely with the Help Center and have developed guidelines for referrals for mental health care.
Shannon Sepulveda DPT, PLLC
Shannon Sepulveda is a Women’s Health Physical Therapist and is the only board-certified Women’s Health Physical Therapist in Montana. She specializes in pregnancy and postpartum pain, pelvic floor dysfunction, urine leakage, pelvic pain, pain with sexual function and abdominal separation. Shannon believes that every woman should have the ability to regain her pelvic floor and abdominal function after childbirth. She is in network with Blue Cross Blue Shield and offers one-on-one treatment for 1 to 1.5 hours.