About Me

Kaitlin Hartley, PT, DPT, PPCES

 

Kaitlin is a licensed Physical Therapist and 2017 graduate of The Ohio State University where she received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Prior to getting her DPT, she graduated from Miami University in 2014 with her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Health.  Kaitlin has an additional certification as a Prenatal and Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist (PPCES).

​Kaitlin’s special interests include orthopedic injuries, running injuries, and prenatal and postpartum rehab. Kaitlin believes that an active lifestyle is an important part of our overall health. She loves helping active people maintain their active lifestyle and get rid of the pain keeping them from enjoying life! Kaitlin has a passion for helping women during and after pregnancy reconnect and retrain their core, return safely to exercise, and reach their goals! She is determined to provide better healthcare and education for pregnant and postpartum women!

She is eager to help people of all ages and activity levels maximize their movement so they can move more and move well, accomplish their goals, and get back to enjoying life pain-free. Kaitlin provides one-on-one, thoughtful, individualized care to be able to provide the highest quality care to help you on your health/wellness journey!

  • Orthopedic Injuries:

    • Low back pain

    • Neck pain

    • Foot/ankle pain

    • Shoulder pain

    • Hip pain

    • Knee pain

  • Prenatal Physical Therapy:

    • Pelvic girdle pain/pubic symphysis pain​

    • Pelvic floor dysfunction

    • Low back pain/Hip pain

    • Sacroiliac joint pain

    • Exercise program

    • Birth preparation

  • Postpartum Physical Therapy:

    • Exercise program​

    • Restore your core

    • Pelvic floor dysfunction (urge incontinence, stress urinary incontinence, painful sex)

    • Low back pain, Hip pain

    • Diastasis Recti 

    • Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP)

    • Return to running/Crossfit/high impact exercise

  • Cupping (Myofascial Decompression) Therapy

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