Adrienne Gobe
Physical Therapist
Austin, Texas
10 years of experience
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About me

Adrienne Gobe, PT, DPT, WCS earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Northwestern University in Chicago, IL in 2013. She is passionate about treating patients with pelvic floor muscle disorders in females and males including pelvic pain, continence issues, sexual dysfunction, and constipation issues. She also specializes in orthopedic injuries, complex hip and pelvic pain, spine, and sports injuries. She has taken extensive coursework through the Herman and Wallace Institute of Pelvic Health and Maitland Australian Physiotherapy. She is board certified as a Women’s Health Clinical Specialist from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties since 2017. She is passionate about promoting the profession of physical therapy and mentoring other therapists in their journey to treat pelvic floor dysfunction. Her personal interests include running, hiking, camping, water sports, and spending time with friends and chasing her two kids.

Education

Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy (2013)

Certification and training

Board certified in Women's Health (2017)

Memberships and affiliations

APTA

Credentials
DPT PT WCS
Specialties
Breastfeeding Support Cesarean, Episiotomy and Scar Pain Chronic Pain Endometriosis Keeping Fit LGBTQ+ Nipple and Breast Pain Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Pelvic Pain Pre/Post Natal Pain and Weakness Sexual Dysfunction Telehealth Treatment for Pelvic Organ Prolapse Ultrasound Urinary Incontinence Vulvar Problems
Languages

English

Service introduction

Adrienne Gobe, PT, DPT, WCS earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Northwestern University in Chicago, IL in 2013. She is passionate about treating patients with pelvic floor muscle disorders in females and males including pelvic pain, continence issues, sexual dysfunction, and constipation issues. She also specializes in orthopedic injuries, complex hip and pelvic pain, spine, and sports injuries. She has taken extensive coursework through the Herman and Wallace Institute of Pelvic Health and Maitland Australian Physiotherapy. She is board certified as a Women’s Health Clinical Specialist from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties since 2017. She is passionate about promoting the profession of physical therapy and mentoring other therapists in their journey to treat pelvic floor dysfunction. Her personal interests include running, hiking, camping, water sports, and spending time with friends and chasing her two kids.