Katie Moise
Physical Therapist
Decatur, Georgia
5 years of experience
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About me

My journey into pelvic health began after I was seeing an orthopedic PT for a hip injury that sidelined me from running. After getting better but not staying better, she referred me to a pelvic PT in her practice. Experiencing pelvic PT firsthand, I realized how many women across all ages are likely experiencing similar symptoms without knowing where to turn. This is when my passion for women's pelvic health began! There is still a large stigma around talking about peeing, pooping or sex, but I want to normalize these topics. ​I graduated from The University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill with B.A. in Exercise Sport Science and Psychology. I then went on to pursue my Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Emory University. I have advanced training in pelvic health through Herman and Wallace Rehabilitation Institute. I am certified through Myopain Seminars in Manual Trigger Point Therapy as well as a certified Pilates instructor through Polestar Pilates​.

Education

Bachelor of Arts in Exercise and Sport Science and Psychology from UNC-Chapel Hill (2012)

Doctor of Physical Therapy from Emory University (2015)

Certification and training

Herman and Wallace Pelvic Health Training (2018)

Specialties
Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Pelvic Pain Postpartum Care Preconception Pregnancy, Prenatal, Postpartum Therapy
Languages

English

Service introduction

We offer both virtual and in-person pelvic floor physical therapy assessments. Our initial visit includes sitting down to talk about your history, a movement assessment and we can assess your pelvic floor both externally and internally based on your comfort level. We will then provide you with a home exercise program. Our follow up visit will continue to build on the exercises and movements and any hands on treatment that may be needed based on the findings from the first visit. Both initial and follow up visits are 60 minutes and will be one on one with your pelvic floor physical therapist so that we can provide the best, individualized care to our patients.