Pelvic floor PT?

Anyone absolutely love their pelvic floor PT?

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No recommendation - I'm also on the lookout!

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Bayo vista physical therapy in Oakland! They’re wonderful.

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Romy Harvard who owns peregrine PT in Orinda is absolutely fantastic!!

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YES. Karen Hodges is beyond the beyond. 
Could not recommend anyone more highly. 
https://bayovistapt.com

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I loved working with Caren Hamilton; sadly I switched insurance and she was no longer covered.

https://pelvicrehab.com/practitioner/caren-hamilton-pt-dpt/

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I learned a lot from Iris at Back to Life PT in Oakland. Back to Life came highly recommended by a nurse practitioner that specialized in pain I saw through Kaiser. I was able to get this outside care almost fully covered by getting referred through Kaiser.

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Me me me! [raises hand eagerly] I've been working with Hilary Nakao at Level Up Wellness + Physical Therapy, and I recommend her so enthusiastically. I've had a variety of issues after my c-section, and we've been doing scar tissue massage and strengthening exercises to help me rebuild muscle and flexibility. It's a small practice and they've been really excellent to work with. They're located in Berkeley. 

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Karen Hodges is great!

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I did!  Cannot recommend more highly.  Goes by 'Tie", sounds like "Tia".  Works out of the 5700 Telegraph Ave location 

https://www.sutterhealth.org/find-location/facility/health-pavilion

Ukpe-Wallace, Anietie <ukpewaa [at] sutterhealth.org>

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Julia Chadwick from Sutter/Alta Bates is AMAZING :)

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Dr. Allison Romero (Reclaim Pelvic Therapy)! She used to work out of Lafayette but moved to Pleasant Hill. I'm not sure if she still uses her Lafayette office. She was professional, kind, informative, and I felt like she really helped with my recovery after baby #2.

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Highly recommend - https://www.reclaimpelvictherapy.com/

She doesn't take insurance but will provide a super-bill. 

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Hi there, you have a few wonderful options!

As several commenters mentioned, Karen Hodges with Bayo Vista is amazing. I have only worked with Karen and not her other staff but I trust Karen to make excellent hires and would gladly see one of her associates.

You could also try pilates-based pelvic floor therapy -- I would recommend Anya Taylor with Anya Taylor Body & Soul. Her work is careful and fine-tuned and I benefited from working with her. In addition to her in-person work she has an online pelvic floor workshop coming up in January -- https://anyataylorbodyandsoul [dot] [com] /pelvic-floor-workshop/

Acupuncture would be another option and I can provide recommendations off list if interested.

Best of luck with it!