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Below we listed some of our most commonly asked questions. Don't see what you are looking for? Visit out contact page to call or email us with any questions or concerns


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  • Pelvic Floor & Women's Health
    Bladder leakage (urinary incontinence) Urinary urgency, frequency, and overactive bladder Pelvic pain, including but not limited to: Pain with intercourse​ Pain with exercise Pain with urinary or bowel function Tailbone pain May also be known as dyspareunia, vaginismus, vulvodynia, vestibulodynia, coccydynia Pelvic organ prolapse Constipation Stool leakage (fecal incontinence) Anal fissures Interstitial cystitis (painful bladder syndrome) Irritable bowel syndrome Pudendal neuralgia (numbness, tingling, burning, pain of the internal or external pelvis)
  • Pregnancy & Postpartum
    Specific pregnancy-related care during any trimester: Exercise that is safe and specific to pregnancy Low back pain Pelvic girdle pain Sciatica, SIJ pain Pubic symphysis dysfunction, "lightning crotch" Urinary incontinence Third trimester preparation for delivery including pelvic opening and perineal mobilization General prenatal education regarding musculoskeletal changes during pregnancy ​ Specific postpartum care: Six week musculoskeletal assessment to determine readiness for return to run, exercise, intercourse, and more Rehabilitation from vaginal delivery or cesarean section delivery Education on body mechanics for safe lifting and carrying Assessment and treatment for diastasis rectus abdominis (ab separation) Cesarean and perineal scar tissue mobilization General education regarding musculoskeletal changes postpartum
  • Orthopedics & General PT
    We recognize that everything is connected! General orthopedic issues are all treated at Sage PT. Low back pain Hip pain TMJ dysfunction (jaw joint) Neck pain Shoulder pain Ankle pain Knee pain Core strengthening Pilates based


I broke my tailbone twice. Thankfully, I was referred to Katherine. She made what was a scary vague experience into one where I found myself loving the idea of going into PT. I was walking with significantly reduced pain in just a couple weeks.


Katherine gave me the tools and skills I needed to move comfortably in my body, and confidence and courage I needed to challenge myself.


I'm an avid skier and hiker and so it has been paramount for me to work with someone who will support me in getting not only back to where I was before, but maybe even better. Katherine's that person. I highly recommend her!
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