Pelvic Health

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Get your freedom back.

Rhea Physical Therapy provides quality ​pelvic health care in the comfort and priva​cy of your​ own home.

Get back to life, work, ​and play—

leak-free, pain-free, and hassl​e-free.

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Help your child thrive and say ​goodbye to potty problems.

Get the new, FREE Rhea PT Parent’s ​Guide to Common Pediatric Pelvic ​Health Concerns. This free guide ​introduces powerful information and ​strategies to help your child overcome ​con​stipation, bedwetting, and more.

Postpartum Pelvic Floor Appointment

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

The pelvic floor is a group of muscles at ​the base of your pelvis that plays a key ​role in bladder, bowel, and sexual health.

Pelvic floor PT helps you improve your ​pelvic floor function using specialized ​treatments, including

  • internal and external hands-on ​techniques
  • exercise tailored to your needs
  • strategies to improve your mind-body ​connection
  • education to empower you long after ​graduation from therapy

The Rhea PT Difference

Rhea Physical Therapy provides an ​alternative to crowded clinics. You ​receive therapy in the privacy of your own ​home, and you are always treated by a ​doctor of physical therapy, one-on-one, ​for the entire session.

Care at Rhea PT is patient-driven. Clients ​are guaranteed to have the highest quality ​care, for as long as they need it, in a way ​that suits their schedule and lifestyle. ​Rhea PT serves women and children in ​the St. Louis metro area.

Book a free discovery call to learn more.

Meet Dr. Savannah Carlson

I founded Rhea Physical Therapy to help my clients ​overcome pelvic floor dysfunction so they can reach ​their full potential at home, work, and play. Pelvic ​floor problems tend to rob us of our freedom—our ​freedom to wear what we want, go where we want, ​and do what we want. My passion is helping women, ​children, and families regain their freedom through ​evidence-based, compassionate care. I earned my ​doctorate in physical therapy at Washington ​University in St. Louis, and I am a member of the ​Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy. I am ​also a Registered Yoga Instructor and Certified Pre- ​and Postnatal Coach.

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How I Can Help

Problems down there often cause problems elsewhere, interrupting everything from exercise to ​family life to intimacy. I can help you overcome these hurdles with compassionate, evidence-​based care customized to your unique needs and goals.

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Pelvic Health

  • pelvic pain
  • incontinence
  • pelvic organ prolapse
  • constipation
  • urgency/frequency
  • pain with sex

Pregnancy and Postpartum

  • abdominal separation
  • birth prep and recovery
  • pelvic girdle pain
  • l​eaking
  • scar tissue restr​iction
  • return to f​itness
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  • bedwetting
  • constipation
  • bowel incontinence
  • potty training relapses
  • urinary incontinence
  • e​ncopresis


At-Home, Concierge Physical Therapy for the St. Louis Metro Area

  • Care for yourself or your child in the comfort of your own home, in-person or virtually
  • One-on-one attention from a doctor of physical therapy for the entire session
  • A thorough, whole-body evaluation and custom treatment plan
  • Virtual support between sessions to answer your questions and help you succeed

Prenatal & Postpartum Coaching for Moms Everywhere

  • Virtual coaching to help you start, maintain, or return to fitness during pregnancy or any stage ​postpartum
  • A personalized training program designed to help you meet your health goals, exercise ​safely, and improve the function of your core and pelvic floor
  • Weekly support to keep you motivated, accountable, and empowered
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The Rhea Community Fund

Part of the mission at Rhea Physical Therapy is to make pelvic health care accessible ​to everyone, regardless of their financial means. Through the Rhea Community ​Fund, I am able to provide the same high quality, one-to-one service on a ​sliding scale to individuals needing financial aid. This fund is available to all Rhea ​PT clients, including parents seeking pelvic floor PT for their children. If you would like ​to support my efforts to make pelvic floor physical therapy accessible to all, hit the ​button below to add your contribution. Many of the public events hosted by Rhea PT ​benefit the Rhea Community Fund. Sign up for my newsletter to stay updated!

Upcoming Events


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Before working with Savannah, I had struggled to find care for my pelvic pain; I ​had seen three pelvic floor practitioners and not found a space where I felt ​comfortable and supported. From our first phone conversations to our at home ​sessions, Savannah created space for me to communicate openly enough to ​really explore solutions. Care with Savannah was succinct and plan based—after ​just two home visits we had worked to locate/identify my pain and create an ​exercise plan for care, leaving me with the information I needed for continued ​healing. After setting an initial plan, Savannah has checked back in periodically to ​see how my case has developed; she understands that healing is a process and ​has provided support over time as I work through healing on my own. After years ​of being stuck with pain and misinformation I feel I now have someone to confide ​in and ask questions, what a blessing! Thank you Savannah for your work. " —A.T.

Get In Touch

(314) 940-1334

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