Women’s Health

We are excited to expand our services for Women with Dr. Rebecca Rauch. She joins our diverse WELL+DONE PT team officially December 1st!

Women’s Health and Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy (PFPT) are unique.  

Pelvic floor physical therapy (PFPT) is a specialty within physical therapy practice that concentrates on the rehabilitation of pelvic floor muscles. The pelvic floor muscles create a hammock in your pelvis that supports your pelvic organs such as the bladder and assists with continence. There are numerous ways pelvic floor muscles can become dysfunctional involving weakness, tension or pain from trauma including childbirth, overuse or accidents. It is common to see individuals with a combination of issues in more than one area of their body that together impair their pelvic floor system. As a Certified Women’s Health Specialist, Dr. Rauch has specialized training is dealing with how your body coordinates and operates regarding efficient pelvic floor function. Pelvic floor physical therapy is intended to address musculoskeletal, pelvic, abdominal, pregnancy, postpartum and physical performance challenges in addition to empowering you to remain healthy with an active lifestyle.

Dr. Rauch is a Board Certified Woman’s Health Specialist who specializes in the following:

+ Complex Female Pelvic Pain

+ Urinary Leakage, Urgency, Frequency

+ Painful Bladder

+ Functional Manual Therapy

+ Prenatal Back & Groin Pain

+ Postpartum recovery; Diastasis Recti Abdominus; Regaining Core Strength

+ Lymphedema

+ Gait Assessment

+ Running and Endurance Injuries

More about Dr. Rebecca Rauch

“I am passionate about helping others live well. My treatment approach concentrates on patient education for individual empowerment and includes the individual influences of the entire body to address limitations. This includes honoring the mind body connection and incorporating a team of providers to support you through your journey to restoration. I actively listen and tailor your treatment to your specific needs.During our time together, you will have my full attention, support and encouragement. I look forward to meeting you.”

Education, Research, & Publications

+ ICS Network 2019 PT of the Year Award
+ Doctor of Physical Therapy, Hardin-Simmons University
+ Bachelor of Science, Food Technology with minor in Biology, Texas Tech University
+ Doctoral Degree Project: Building Trust: Attributes Related to the
+ PT-Patient Relationship
+ Poster Presentation at Combined Sections Meeting 2010
+ Functional Manual Therapy trained – 200+ hours
+ Certified Lymphedema Therapist
+ Spinning Babies coursework