Welcome to Physical Therapy for Women 
Lymphedema and Pelvic Rehab Center!

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We are Hiring!

*We are currently seeking a Physical Therapy Tech to join our staff! The ideal candidate must be motivated, detail oriented, organized, efficient, self-directed and enjoys working with people! This position is available Monday through Friday, 36 Hours/Week.  Please contact us if you are interested in applying. 

*We are currently seeking Physical Therapist/Physical Therapist Assistants to join our staff!  Full or part time positions are available.  
 
Please fax your resume to (910)798-2319 or email to ptforwomen@yahoo.com

*We have opened our new location and are now accepting referrals for male patients as well as female patients!

*We are now located at 1630 Military Cutoff Road, Suite 110, Wilmington, NC 28403.  




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*SALE OF THE MONTH OF AUGUST!!
20% OFF ALL MOBOTS, INFUSERS AND WATER BOTTLES!

*Physical Therapy for Women is participating in the Run for the Ta Tas!!

*Physical Therapy for Women would like to welcome Melissa Middlebrook as our new Yoga Instructor!

*Beauty Counter is coming to Physical Therapy for Women!! 

*Casey Berna, Licensed Social Worker, is partnering with Physical Therapy for Women, to offer support to women & men struggling with chronic health issues-with a specialty in endometriosis, pelvic floor dysfunction & infertility. 

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*Physical Therapy for Women would like to introduce four new staff members!

Bailee B. McGrath, DPT

Jana A. Richardson, PT, DPT

Jennifer Guardino MSPT, CLT

Amanda Kempa- Physical Therapy Technician


The Physical Therapist you choose makes a difference!


In 2001 Jennifer (Whaley) Shepherd, PT, CLT-LANA created a physical therapy center that catered to women.  PT For Women provides general physical therapy care, but also specializes in unique health issues such as pelvic dysfunction, cancer rehab and lyphedema prevention/management.  Together with the help of her associates the practice has continued to grow and expand its services to women throughout the region.

Recognizing the significant need for specialized physical therapy for men in our community - in September 2015 Physical Therapy For Women expanded to also include treatment for men in our newly designed Lymphedema and Pelvic Rehab Center.  Men experiencing Lymphedema, urinary/bowel incontinence, or pelvic pain can now receive optimal physical therapy care in a private setting with dedicated male treatment rooms and gym area.  

We provide customized treatment that centers around state-of-the-art, hands-on techniques and tailor-made exercise programs delivered by highly trained, compassionate physical therapists in a comfortable atmosphere.  All of our therapists are fully licensed and specifically trained in their area of expertise.  Our staff is frequently attending continuing education classes throughout the country to allow us to learn advancements in our field, and to bring that level of care to our community.  

We’ll spend time with you discussing your injury or illness, reviewing your treatment options and really listening to your assessment of the problem. We will then create an effective treatment plan – one that’s precisely right for you – to relieve your pain and help you to achieve optimum health. What’s more, we will be there to listen to your concerns, encourage your successes and let you know how your therapy is progressing. Most importantly, our caring staff will be there for you throughout your recovery. 

We hope this website provides you with helpful information regarding Physical Therapy Services available to you. We appreciate your interest and support as we continue to grow to meet the rehabilitation needs of everyone in our community.

Thanks for visiting!
**March is National Lymphedema Month! Please consider attending our Lymphedema Awareness Event March 23rd 6:00pm-8:00pm-doors open at 5:30. Come learn about what lymphedema is, who is at risk, how it can be prevented, and how it is managed through therapy! Anyone who has had lymph nodes removed can be at risk. Please help us show support for this diagnosis as well as the women/men in our community who face the challenges of lymphedema everyday. 
**March is National Lymphedema Month! Please consider attending our Lymphedema Awareness Event March 23rd 6:00pm-8:00pm-doors open at 5:30. Come learn about what lymphedema is, who is at risk, how it can be prevented, and how it is managed through therapy! Anyone who has had lymph nodes removed can be at risk. Please help us show support for this diagnosis as well as the women/men in our community who face the challenges of lymphedema everyday. 
**March is National Lymphedema Month! Please consider attending our Lymphedema Awareness Event March 23rd 6:00pm-8:00pm-doors open at 5:30. Come learn about what lymphedema is, who is at risk, how it can be prevented, and how it is managed through therapy! Anyone who has had lymph nodes removed can be at risk. Please help us show support for this diagnosis as well as the women/men in our community who face the challenges of lymphedema everyday. 


1630 Military Cutoff Road, Suite 110, Wilmington, North Carolina 28403 | (910)798-2318 | email ptforwomen@yahoo.com