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What is a Pelvic Physical Therapist?Pelvic physical therapists are highly specialized physical therapists who work with clients to treat conditions that involve the pelvic floor muscles and related structures in the body. Examples include incontinence, pelvic pain, pregnancy and postpartum issues, and other things that involve weakness, dysfunction or pain in the pelvic or abdominal region. When we can’t pee, poop, have intercourse or participate in what we love, dignity gets compromised – When you need a pelvic PT, you need a pelvic PT!
If I’m having pelvic floor issues, can’t I just do a bunch of kegels?"Honey, no. Gone are the days of excessive and nonsensical kegel recommendations. Often what we think of regular kegel-ing is far from what we need to resolve the array of pelvic issues we can have. PTs are experts in assessing and determining the root cause of your issues and develop a plan with you to resolve your symptoms.
What is a Mobile Physical Therapist?This means I travel to my clients’ preferred location – most often home or work. I bring all the materials and supplies we may need. Additionally, I ask that we use any of your equipment that you will regularly use for exercise or care. I predominantly serve Boulder County, CO and immediate adjacent areas – including cities of Boulder, Niwot, Gunbarrel, Longmont, Erie, Lafayette, Louisville, Superior and Broomfield. Visits to Estes Park, Loveland, Fort Collins and Denver metro upon request via case-by-case basis and with additional travel fees.
What do your credentials as a Board Certified Women’s Health Clinical Specialist (WCS) mean?Specialist in Women’s Health Physical Therapy from American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists (ABPTS). Only certification recognized by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). (See ABPTS language) At last report, ABPTS reports only 11 total Board Certified Specialists in Colorado and 300 in the US. Dr. Yeager holds one of these clinical golden tickets. (She owes great thanks to her dear husband who quizzed her on pelvic topics he couldn’t fathom saying out loud in public spaces. He's a keeper – thanks, James)
How do you differ from other Pelvic Physical Therapists?Dr. Yeager is uniquely qualified and has extensive experience in both pelvic health and orthopedics. Routinely, pelvic physical therapists are narrowly trained in pelvic floor muscle rehabilitation, but Dr. Yeager has years of experience treating patients with orthopedic and sports injuries. She considers the whole body in her assessment the pelvic floor muscles. Additionally, Dr. Yeager is Board Certified in Women’s Health Physical Therapy (WCS). At last report from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists, only 11 PTs hold this specialty certification in Colorado, and 300 in the US.
Do you accept insurance?We work with insurance options on an out-of-network (OON) basis. This means we are a pay-for-service at the time of the visit. Thereafter, clients can submit a superbill for submission to your insurance company for reimbursement. Many insurance plans provide OON benefits. Check with your insurance to see if this option is available.
Can you take HSA/FSA for payment?Yes, we can take HSA/FSA as payment. Your insurance may require a receipt and/or superbill.
Can I work with you if I have Colorado Health First (CO’s Medicaid program) as my insurance?Unfortunately not at this time. Colorado law specifically prohibits people with this insurance from paying cash for a service, like PT, that is already covered under their insurance. Covered options for pelvic PT can be searched here: (website)
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