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Megan Sievers

Physical Therapist, DPT

DPT –  Doctor of Physical Therapy

Megan Sievers is a licensed physical therapist at our Pelvic Rehabilitation Center in Hudsonville. She obtained a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Dordt College and then continued her education at Grand Valley State University where she earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy.

My physical therapy passions include pelvic health impairments for males and females, such as pelvic pain, pain with pregnancy, post-partum impairments, incontinence, and have experience treating chronic pelvic and spine pain conditions as well as a variety of other orthopedic conditions. I enjoy using a manual therapy approach with my patients and ensuring that they have exercises that fit their individual needs/deficits. I also love educating patients on pelvic health conditions and anatomy as well as options for treatment to help them learn to be their own best advocates for their health.

In her free time, Megan enjoys snow skiing, water skiing, boating, spending time with her husband and kids, and just about anything that brings her outside.

Education

Doctorate of Physical Therapy

Grand Valley State University

Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science

Dordt College

Certifications

Herman & Wallace Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation

Level 1, 2A, 2B

Cervical Spine 1 and Lumbopelvic Spine 1

North American Institute of Manual Therapy

Specialties

Chronic Pain

Headache Temporomandibular Dysfunction (TMD)

Hulst Jepsen Physical Therapy @ Home

Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation

Sports Medicine

Locations

Hudsonville: Pelvic Rehabilitation Center

5340 Plaza Ave, Suite #3
Hudsonville, MI 49426

P: 616-608-8922
F: 616-608-8923

My daughter injured her knee and after seeing Hulst Jepsen for PT and dry needling she recovered quickly and got back to playing softball with minimal downtime! I also went for dry needling after a knee injury and know it helped speed up my recovery. I would recommend Hulst Jepsen in a heartbeat.

Tracy D.

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