Kelsey Mathias. OT
We provide an empowering and holistic approach to pelvic floor dysfunction treatment.
We provide a unique treatment plan to fit your individual needs.
Needing mentorship in your journey as a pelvic floor therapist? Contact Kelsey for help.
Kelsey is available for phone consultations. This service works well for people outside of our service areas or those that prefer a phone consult rather than an in-person evaluation.
Hello! I’m Kelsey
Board Certified Licensed Therapist
I’m an occupational therapist board certified in biofeedback for pelvic muscle dysfunction. It is my life’s mission to help remove every obstacle keeping people from fully engaging in the lives they want and need to live. I recognize that when we suffer from pelvic muscle dysfunction it can have a significant impact on the quality of life and participation in daily activities. I love helping patients discover that leaking, pain, and discomfort do not have to be their “normal.” I take a holistic approach to help people stop leaking, reduce pelvic pressure and pain, and increase their brain-body connection to give them control of life’s most basic functions.
Do you leak when you cough, sneeze or laugh? Do you have to rush to the bathroom when you hear water running? Is it hard getting through exercise without a leak? We can help!
Prenatal & Postpartum Health
Our bodies are in a constant state of flux during and after pregnancy. We can help you get in touch with what you body is doing and help you feel strong, confident, and leak-free as you accomplish your daily goals.
We help manage endometriosis pain, vaginismus, painful menstruation and other types of pelvic pain. Don’t let pelvic pain stop you from doing what you love.
Constipation can be caused by a variety of issues, including diet, our daily habits, and the ability to relax our pelvic floor muscles. We help you take a holistic approach to overcome your constipation.
We can help with preventative pelvic health care. By helping you increase your brain-body connection and teaching you about the impact of your habits and routines on pelvic health, we can help you prevent leaks and constipation.
Pain with sex can happen for a variety of reasons. It’s estimated that at 18 months postpartum 1 in 4 women still have pain and discomfort with sex. This doesn’t have to be your norm. There is hope.
"I met Kelsey for pelvic floor therapy. She is thorough and genuinely cares about your well being. I feel that I can get my life back on track with her. She's very knowledgeable with endometriosis and that's rare to see. I look forward to working more with her in the future."
– Bianca N.
"I was treated by Kelsey for pelvic pain and chronic UTI-like symptoms. It was a wonderful experience. She makes you feel comfortable, she truly has a passion for helping people, and she helped me tremendously. Her treatment improved my quality of life and improved my relationship with my husband. I am thankful for Kelsey!"
– Hannah C.