Chelsea Lynch – PT, DPT
Chelsea works with men and women in all stages of their lives. With a doctorate in physical therapy, she is now continuing her studies towards becoming a women’s health clinical specialist. In addition to general orthopedic conditions, she is especially interested in treating incontinence, pelvic pain, and pregnancy-induced low back pain. Her specialization is also helpful for treating sciatica, irritable bowel syndrome, sacroiliac dysfunction and orthopedic conditions arising both prenatally and postpartum, among many other issues. She is passionate about orthopedic and pelvic rehabilitation and aims to improve each patient’s quality of life through education, exercise, and manual therapy. Using evidence-based treatment, Chelsea helps her patients live happier, more independent, and empowered lives. I am drawn to pelvic rehabilitation because of the huge impact it has on my patients’ quality of life. The pelvis is a key component of ‘the core’ and a strong, healthy core is vital for a strong, healthy body!
- DPT, Northern Arizona University (NAU)
- BS, University of Portland in Portland, OR
- Pelvic Physical Therapy Levels One, Two, and Three Courses from APTA Section on Women’s Health
- Physical Therapy Board of California
- American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)
- Section on Women’s Health (APTA)