We Help Clients Who Are Dealing With...
Orthopedic Pelvic Pain
Who may have gone through multiple physicians, received multiple diagnoses, and are just looking for some answers to their pain questions, management strategies for their symptoms, and are looking to get back to living the life they want to live, including taking care of their families and excelling at work or play.
Who want to try non-invasive interventions to support optimal fertility health and wellness.
Who want to better understand the changes that are taking place during pregnancy and learn strategies that will allow expectant moms to move better with less pain, so moms can focus on staying health and preparing for the baby's arrival!
Who want to reclaim their health after childbirth (even if it has been 20 years), and who want to safely return to pain-free and leak-free physical activities, including work outs and intimacy.
Bowel and Bladder Symptoms
Who want to stop having uncontrolled "leaking" accidents and regain control over bowel and bladder function, or want to overcome bladder pain, or want to achieve regular, more comfortable bowel movements and eliminate symptoms associated with chronic constipation.
Pre- and Post- Surgical Concerns
Including complications from cesarean section or episiotomy and want to reduce the negative effects of scarring in order to restore balanced movement and boost self confidence.
And want to be intimate with their partner without increased fear or pain.
As a doctor of physical therapy and founder of Inspire Physical Therapy, Kimberley Wilson has established herself as an expert in the fields of pelvic health, specializing in pregnancy and postpartum concerns.
She helps women of all ages who are dealing with pelvic pain or postpartum conditions get in shape, stay healthy, and get moving without relying on pain medication or surgeries.
Kimberley understands that not all pain is the same and that the most successful outcomes result from a treatment approach that integrates components of physical and psychological health, as well as consideration for social circumstances that directly impact our ability to fully recover from pain and injury.
Kimberley has worked with many women who are dealing with pregnancy related pain, chronic pelvic pain, and post natal conditions. Her approach is based on the belief that traditional physical therapy models of treatment are just not enough for the most complex pain patients.
Inspired to live pain-free and to help as many people as she can to do the same, Kimberley determined she had to learn better, more effective techniques that would allow her clients to get back to doing the things that matter most and living life to its fullest.
That's why she started Inspire Physical Therapy—to inspire women to become and stay strong and to make sure that everyone could have the opportunity to live and move without pain.
Whether you are a stay-at-home mom or a busy professional, Kimberley can help you become stronger, move better, and live life with less pain.