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Worth It PT

Denver Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Services

Denver Physical Therapy and Pelvic Health ​

Worth It PT provides physical therapy and wellness services in the Denver metro area. We focus on research-driven, non-surgical treatments including muscle and joint mobilizations, dry needling, biofeedback, manual therapy and soft tissue work, and neuromuscular re-education. We'll work with you to design a custom treatment program to eliminate your pain, treat the root cause of your issue, and get you back to your preferred quality of life. You're worth a higher quality of healthcare.

We offer sessions in our Denver clinic. Learn more about the specific types of physical therapy we specialize in below. 

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Pelvic Floor 

Physical Therapy

Non-surgical treatments for urinary incontinence, painful sex, constipation, chronic pain, and more.

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Dry Needling

Pelvic Floor

This treatment can be used in other sessions or on its own. Dr. Caroline focuses heavily on neuromodulation to provide a more comfortable, successful experience.

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Male Pelvic Floor 

Physical Therapy

Holistic pelvic health centered around those identifying as male to assist with pelvic pain, sexual dysfunction, and more.

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Pregnancy

& Postpartum

Prepare for birth, treat pain, and care for your body during the postpartum journey.

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Orthopedic Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy

You're not just a floating pelvis in space. Do you have low back pain? Hip pain? Issues with running and weight lifting? You're worth a comprehensive exam.

Worth It PT, LLC is an out-of-network provider, meaning we are a fee-for-service clinic. You can use your HSA and FSA on all services provided. Upon request, a superbill can be made for you to send into insurance as a self-claim for possible reimbursement. A superbill is a coded receipt that itemizes services provided that insurance requires for payment.

Why go to a private pay PT?

How do I submit a self-claim to insurance?

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