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

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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Making a Difference

January 20, 2010 | 0 Comments

I recently referred a client to Fitness Cove in Kirkwood, MO and today her fitness specialist came by the clinic to drop off a little thank you gift for me. I thought that was so sweet and the gift with the story attached to it was very moving, so I wanted to share it with…

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For Women of All Ages (Part 2): Adolescence

January 14, 2010 | 2 Comments

Adolescence is a time of big change in a girl’s life. There is no standard starting age for adolescence: it can start when a girl is as young as 9 or when she is well into her teens. Adolescence is a great time in life to develop good exercise habits. When a girl’s body begins…

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