Individualized Care

How we differ from traditional physical therapistsWe get the res​ults you want BECAUSE we focus on YOU!

Our promises to you:

  • Your visit will be spent working with your Physical Therapist.
  • Your visits will be driven by YOUR goals, and those we have set based on your PT evaluation and findings.
  • Your program will be designed specifically for you.

Please schedule online, call (412) 259-5342 or email for an appointment

Please call (412) 259-5342 or email for an appointment

Teamwork is great for all of us! If you work with a coach, dance or pilates instructor, or other fitness trainer, please let us know. It is important that we are all on "the same page" when it comes to your health. We will meet you at your gym or facility to work with you AND your instructor if requested.

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Susan and Rebecca understand that additional services may be helpful to help you reach your best outcome, we work with other professionals to help you complete your team:

Nutrition:  Susan and Rebecca will discuss your needs and goals with you, and will be able to make recommendations for local Registered Dieticians to help you. 

Behavioral Therapy, Counseling, and Intimacy Counseling. When working with you we will be able to make recommendations for counselors for you. 


Pediatric Incontinence and Pelvic Floor Problems

Incontinence or leakage (urinary or fecal) in children occurs when the pelvic floor muscles are not working together with the bladder and/or bowel and with the rest of the trunk or canister system.  The normal emptying reflexes can be disrupted(or "mixed-up") and this can lead to a persistent pattern of  emptying or lack of sensation of fulllness in the bladder and/or the bowel system. Some children experience difficulty urinating or controlling their bladder function, frequent bladder infections, constipation, not urinating enough during the day, or sensing bladder fullness.  Leakage during the day or the night can be embarrassing for your child, and might cause them to limit friendships and activities or to be stressed when in social settings and school. If your child has experienced any of the above symptoms, they may have been seen by a physician or specialist and been diagnosed with bedwetting, encopresis, or other diagnoses.  They may recommend therapy to retrain the pelvic floor muscles and the trunk/core, but sometimes the physicians are unaware of the advantages of Pediatric Pelvic Floor retraining. If that is the case, and you have questions and concerns, please contact us.  It is important to remember that leakage, encopresis and constipation,  and pelvic floor problems are not your child's fault, nor yours, and there should not be any shame! There is help through Physical Therapy, and Rebecca treats and works with children. Please contact her at to discuss your concerns and the next steps towards full continence for your child. 



ClassesAt Embody PT, Rebecca and Susan have the unique ability to share movement and strength knowledge and techniques in one to one physical therapy treatments or in a class setting. 

Classes may assist you as you:

  • Begin a daily movement or exercise practice.
  • Strengthen and improve an existing practice, or modify it after injury, illness or surgery.
  • Follow through while attending or after completing PT.

We utilize many forms of movement techniques and knowledge including:

If you are unsure if you should first work with us on an individual basis to address specific problems or attend a class, please contact us to discuss your concerns. If you would like to develop a yoga or exercise practice, but do not want to do so in a class, please contact us about individual yoga and exercise sessions to meet your needs. 

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Medical Therapeutic Yoga

Medical Therapeutic YogaMedical Therapeutic Yoga is a form of integrated and functional medicine delivered by an experienced medical professional. It provides a new model for fitness and rehabilitation that helps you maintain health in a simpler and more holistic way. MTY benefits everyone, whether you are a patient or are simply seeking a more prevention-driven and holistic medical model. We are able to provide and prescribe a yoga program according to your specific physical or medical status and function, BUT the focus is on YOU and not on your medical diagnosis. Click here for more information.

 Programs and Care for Moms-To-Be and New Moms

Post-Partum Evaluation & TreatmentPregnancy and Childbirth bring about many changes in the body, including soft tissue lengthening, strength and coordination changes, and postural alignment challenges. All women benefit from guidance and help  during pregnancy and after delivery as they learn to re-connect with their bodies after giving birth. Some of the things that we evaluate and treat during pregnancy and after birth:

  • Pelvic Ring Pain (pubic symphysis, SI, and "sciatica")
  • Diastasis Rectus Abdominus (DRA)
  • Painful episiotomy scar or C-section scar
  • Urinary incontinence 
  • Back, neck, and joint pain
  • Painful intercourse

Preparing to give birth takes 40 weeks; as your body recovers from this journey, we can help you regain strength and resume exercises and activites. 

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Yoga for Moms-to-Be and New(er) Moms

Yoga for moms to be and for new moms is currently scheduled individually or in small groups, allowing Rebecca to meet your physical needs and to address your goals. Please contact with any questions and to schedule a session (or schedule online). 

At E​mbody, we treat:

Orthopedic & Movement

  • Back and Hip Pain
  • Neck and Upper Back Pain
  • TMJ Problems

Pelvic Health & Pain

  • Urinary and Fecal Incontinence
  • Pelvic Pain
  • Pain with Intercourse
  • GI Dysfunction

Pregnancy & Post-Partum

  • Back and Hip Pain
  • Neck and Upper Back Pain
  • TMJ Problems
  • Pregnancy and Post-Partum Problems

Performing Arts & Sports

  • Back and neck pain
  • Shoulder, elbow and hand pain
  • Pelvic / hip, knee and foot pain
  • Changes in performance abilities