A Bit About Me
Greetings! I’m Dr. Gina Yeager, founder of Rocky Mountain Pelvic Health, LLC. I’m a mobile physical therapist specializing in pelvic health and orthopedics, based in beautiful Boulder County, Colorado.
I’m on a mission to modernize and enliven pelvic and whole-human health through education, research/science and a fitness-forward physical therapy philosophy. We can and need to expect better healthcare that helps us pursue greater fitness, wellness, and vitality throughout our lives. Injuries, wear-and-tear over time and the natural wonders our bodies can achieve, like pregnancy, can result in issues with our pelvises that can limit us physically and mentally. To me, the essence of physical therapy is in helping you return to being able to do what you love to do, and in inspiring you to sustain that level of fitness over time.
Rocky Mountain Public Health is a compassionate space for empowered healing and progress, founded on the philosophy that within us all is a wellspring of resilience that, when we understand how to access it, allows to achieve more than we thought possible. If you appreciate goal-focused and science-informed care, you like fun and you have a pelvis (or neighboring parts), this is the place for you!
A little bit about me — I’ve been a physical therapist for nearly a decade, specializing in clients with pelvic health and related orthopedic issues, pregnancy and postpartum care, and complex and persistent pain issues. Beyond being a Doctor of Physical Therapy, board-certified clinical specialist and business owner, I’m also a mom and wife, hiking devotee, amateur photographer, bookworm and a somewhat successful kitchen enthusiast with an Italian bloodline.
As a seventh-generation Coloradan, I also have a deep love for my home. The wide open skies, mountain slopes, winding trails and fresh ski slopes offer unlimited outdoor activities. Like many who live here, I find peace amongst the highest trails, slopes and forest beds (although since becoming a mother I’ve had to be a bit more creative in finding space to do so).
So, if you have pelvic issues, let’s talk them through and identify what we can do to help. These issues should never be the source of shame or a cause of struggling in silence. We’re here to help you get the care you need, learn what you can do to care for yourself and be the next step on your journey to getting back to doing what you love. I’m so glad you’re here!
Education + Credentials
Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT), Regis University, Denver, CO
Board Certified in Women’s Health Physical Therapy (WCS) by American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS)
Pelvic Health Certification, Evidence in Motion
Trigger Point Dry Needling
Physical Therapist (PT) license, State of Colorado
Ongoing continuing education courses, conferences and presentations
Frequent professional collaborations with peers, colleagues and community groups
BA in English Literature & Writing, College of St. Benedict / St. John’s University