Meet Beth Anne Fisher

Physical Therapist, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Women's Health Coach

Beth Anne Fisher PT, DPT, CSCS, WHC is a licensed physical therapist with 17 years’ experience.  Her vocation has spanned from working with individuals who have eating disorders to those in the intensive care units at Level 1 trauma centers.  The continual and layered healing of her own life narrative and the desire to grow professionally and evolve in her service to others, have led her into the practice of women’s pelvic health physical therapy integrated with a holistic angle at Womb Matters PLLC (www.wombmatters.com).  She does not “fix” people, but instead trusts in the core importance of education and individual self-efficacy, by providing guidance and tools, and acting as a facilitator for women to heal their own bodies.

Beth Anne enjoys working with women who experience a variety of pelvic health issues such as optimal fertility, painful and irregular periods, incontinence/ leaking, prolapse, endometriosis, abdominal scar-related issues, post-partum issues, and others.  She loves empowering women to return to activities they love whether it be running, hiking, gardening, lifting activities, or any number of movements for which the human body was made to enjoy!

Beth Anne’s physical therapy practice is unique in that she focuses her work on integrating research-based pelvic health physical therapy with optimizing uterine alignment, digestion, pelvic circulation, and energetic flow to address a variety of symptoms faced by women, informed by research, and complemented by her training in Holistic Pelvic Care™, Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy®, and most recently Visceral Mobilization through the Barral Institute.  She has also completed training in research-based nutritional coaching as a Women’s Health Coach through the Integrative Women’s Health Institute. Beth Anne co-created and leads small-group programming on physiologic self-regulation and resiliency for health care providers, and often integrates these important nervous system regulation principles into her patient care. 

Beth Anne has been married for 9 years to Steve.  They live in Denver, Colorado with their sweet Bahamian rescue dog Pia.  She loves running, cycling, reading, writing, and is a new student-in-training of herbal medicine.

Contact Beth Anne

Email: bethanne@wombmatters.com

Phone: 720-4704734

www.wombmatters.com

 

 

“Sometimes the most important thing in a whole day is the rest we take between two deep breaths.”

-Etty Hillesum