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Urinary Incontinence

Are you leaking urine? We call this "common, not normal." There's a common misconception that urinary incontinence is normal under certain circumstances. We're here to tell you it's not! 


with clarity in care

  • 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


Katherine is extremely detail oriented and explains the PT exercises very clearly. Her superpowers are knowledge of the human body, empathy, and listening/hearing her patients.


Katherine brings a fresh perspective to PT. During my time with Katherine, it was clear she is knowledgeable and passionate about her work. Katherine connected dots for me related to my women's health issues that I never knew before. 


I am eternally grateful for her understanding and her expertise that served me greatly and continues to be a foundation for my continued healing.  I feel much stronger and more flexible in my back, hips and neck as a result of my work with Katherine.  She has been a true gift to me. Thank you Katherine for your professional PT abilities and your human touch."
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