Legacy Physical Therapy 2961 Dougherty Ferry Road Saint Louis, MO 63122
Call: 636-225-3649 Fax: 888-494-7074 Email: info@legacytherapystl.com

Legacy Physical Therapy has been committed to providing integrated and individualized rehabilitation since 2008. Our highly specialized staff provides comprehensive care to patients with a variety of pelvic dysfunctions and orthopedic conditions. We specialize in rehabilitation programs for treatment of pelvic floor pain and dysfunction, incontinence, post-prostatectomy care, prenatal/postpartum conditions, pediatric pelvic floor dysfunction, and orthopedic injuries. 

We hope you find this website helpful in your health care decision making. We look forward to partnering with you in your care. Please contact us with questions or for an appointment.

Legacy Physical Therapy Blog


September 8, 2010 | 0 Comments

World Physical Therapy Day falls on 8th September every year, and is an opportunity for physical therapists (also known in some countries as physiotherapists) from all over the world to raise awareness about the crucial role their profession plays in making and keeping people well, mobile and independent. The day was established in 1996, by…

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So Many Types of Leakage, So Little Time!

September 1, 2010 | 0 Comments

So you leak urine sometimes. That much has been established fairly easily. What you don’t know is what type of urinary incontinence you have. Determining what type of incontinence you have can put you on the right road to recovery. Below are the symptoms of the 3 most common types of urinary leakage: urge urinary…

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A Common Pain Complaint of New Moms

August 24, 2010 | 0 Comments

The bodies of women who have just had a baby are rapidly going through many changes. It is very common for new moms to develop new aches and pains. It is easy for new moms to get into bad posture habits which can cause pain. This is especially the case with holding the baby and…

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How Do I Find My Pelvic Floor Muscles????

August 10, 2010 | 1 Comment

I spend much of my day as a pelvic floor physical therapist educating women on the benefits of strengthening their pelvic floor muscles and how to do it. If you are not familiar with this area of your anatomy trying to contract these muscles can be a difficult task. The pelvic floor muscles make a…

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