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Christine graduated from Ithaca College. Her focus has been the treatment of the musculoskeletal system through specialized manual therapy techniques, patient education and wellness & prevention.  Christine's area of interest has evolved over the last 10 years to focus on dysfunctions involving the pelvis and recovery from cancer and post partum rehabilitation. Christine believes if we restore the function of a woman's  pelvic floor and abdominal wall, educate about postural habits and help them attain their fitness goals, we can avoid future issues with hip , back and other pelvic floor issues.

Christine is  certified as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist and Women's Health/Pelvic Physical Therapy Clinical Specialist.  She is motivated and inspired by her clients.  They are the reason for this specialized clinic. 

In her free time you can find her with her husband watching her three beautiful daughters grow into beautiful young ladies. 


Jillian graduated from Upstate Medical University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program in June of 2010 and has been working in orthopedic physical therapy ever since. Jillian’s passion is pelvic physical therapy and she loves working with pre- and postpartum moms, individuals with chronic pelvic pain,bowel dysfunction, incontinence and cancer survivors. She utilizes manual therapy, patient education and wellness training in her regular practice to achieve the goals of her patients.

Jillian loves spending her free time with her husband and four young sons.


Corey’s interest in pelvic health and wellness began while she was completing her Doctorate degree at Ithaca College. Since graduating in 2010, her enthusiasm for working with abdominal surgeries, incontinence and pelvic pain has only grown. Through her use of manual therapy techniques, visceral mobilization and patient education, Corey works to create meaningful changes in her patients’ lives.

When not in the clinic, Corey can be found hiking around the Finger Lakes, in a yoga class or listening to an ever-expanding record collection with her husband.


Kelsey graduated from Ithaca College’s Doctorate of Physical Therapy program. Dabbling in various realms of physical therapy throughout her school career, Kelsey found her passion in pelvic health. She was involved in a research study on prepartum individuals, deepening her enthusiasm for pelvic health. Through manual therapy skills along with health and wellness education, Kelsey practices to make pelvic health accessible to all individuals.

In her free time, Kelsey is likely enjoying the outdoors, running trails, exploring vegan restaurants, or spending time with her household herd of animals.

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