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Stephanie Smit

Physical Therapist, MSPT

MSPT – Master of Science in Physical Therapy

Stephanie is a licensed physical therapist and the center manager at our Pelvic Rehabilitation Center in Wyoming. She received a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences and a Master of Science in Physical Therapy from GVSU. She graduated from the physical therapy program in 2001. She has experience working in the outpatient physical therapy setting treating a variety of conditions as well as treating patients in a home care setting. Stephanie began her pelvic health training in 2008.

Stephanie’s passion is women’s pelvic health conditions. She has experience treating individuals with pelvic pain, pregnancy, and postpartum issues, urinary urgency and frequency, stress urinary incontinence, chronic constipation, fecal incontinence, and coccyx dysfunction. Stephanie uses a comprehensive approach to guide her treatments, including manual therapy techniques, therapeutic exercise, dietary and behavioral modifications, along with a strong emphasis on patient education.

In Stephanie’s spare time, she likes to practice yoga. She enjoys boating and fishing at her cottage with her husband and three children and supporting her kids’ activities.

Education

Master of Science in Physical Therapy

Grand Valley State University 2001

Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences

Grand Valley State University 1998

Certifications

Functional Dry Needling Practitioner

Integrative Dry Needling Trained

Specialties

Balance Training and Fall Prevention

Chronic Pain

Cupping

Dry Needling

Kinesiology Taping

Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation

Torticollis & Plagiocephaly

Locations

Wyoming – Pelvic Rehabilitation Center

1621 44th Street SW, Suite 300
Wyoming, MI 49509

P: 616.256.8661
F: 616.256.8662

The staff shows genuine care for their patients, they’re all personable without exception, they answer all questions thoroughly, and stay on top of how I’m doing. Most importantly, I’m feeling better than I have in years with reduced pain, increased comfort, and flexibility. I can’t imagine going anywhere else for physical therapy in the future.

Bill T.

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