Lauren helps people who struggle with urinary incontinence, painful sex, pregnancy and postpartum problems, and other pelvic floor issues stay active and healthy. She began her career in orthopedics and earned her Orthopedic Clinical Specialist Certification before starting her career in pelvic health. Her strong background in pelvic floor and orthopedic physical therapy helps her to treat the entire person and set up programs to help your strength, mobility, and posture, so you can keep doing the things you love.
She’s a member of the American Physical Therapy Association’s Academy of Pelvic Health and is highly involved in their volunteer program. She helps lead a local DC/MD/VA journal club, where they discuss the latest research on pelvic floor problems and also lectures and assists in pelvic floor education online and in the community.
She earned her BA in Environmental Studies and Spanish from Bucknell University Doctor of Physical Therapy University of Delaware. When she’s not working, she loves spending time with friends and family, exploring the city, jogging, reading, knitting, or keeping up with the latest true crime podcast and documentaries.
I had never heard of a pelvic floor physical therapist until I was referred to Lauren. She made a somewhat awkward exam into a session that was relaxed and non-threatening. I was comfortable talking with her about my problems related to pain with penetration and urinary leakage, and she showed me exercises and recommended aids that have been extremely helpful. We could both see steady progress as I saw her over several months. I would strongly recommend her and her services!