Pelvic Therapy and Fitness - Pregnancy Care

2500 W. Higgins Road Suite 1100
Hoffman Estates, Illinois 60169

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Services in a nutshell

Pelvic Therapy and Fitness provides customized pregnancy and postpartum pelvic floor therapy, along with a personalized fitness program to maximize the use of one’s own body to restore functional and pain-free activities. Our practice follows an evidence-based approach to therapy that incorporates providing treatment that empowers and heals the individual with pelvic and orthopedic dysfunction including wellness training. Our vision is to provide patients the highest quality of care with respect, empathy, knowledge and skills in all aspects of care to optimize function and quality of life during and after pregnancy.

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Pelvic Floor Therapy for Pregnancy

We can help your body adjust to the demands of pregnancy. Through physical therapy and education, we help restore your body’s natural function, reduce your pain, and empower you to live the life you desire.

Conditions we treat include:

  • Urinary and Fecal Incontinence
  • Diastasis Recti
  • Pelvic pain
  • Core (abdominal) weakness
  • Pelvic floor muscle weakness- vaginal laxity
  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) (Rectocele, Uterine Prolapse, Cystocele)
  • Vaginismus
  • Painful intercourse (Dyspareunia)
  • ​Pubic Symphysis Dysfunction
  • Vulvodynia
  • Sacroiliac Joint pain and/or dysfunction
  • Coccydynia (tailbone pain)
  • Post-op hysterectomy
  • Pudendal Neuralgia

We help you feel empowered and get better.

Our team

Sapna Patel, PT, MPT, Owner/Lead Physical Therapist

Sapna Patel, PT, MPT has 20 years of physical therapy experience treating adults and pediatrics with orthopedic and neurological conditions. She started her journey at St. Louis University where she earned a masters degree in physical therapy and a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science Physiology in 2002. She has enhanced her professional career with her training in Pelvic Floor Dysfunction with the Herman and Wallace Rehabilitation Institute. She has treated many adult diagnoses including complex pelvic pain, spinal conditions, knee pain, and shoulder pain. Sapna has also worked with children from birth to 18 years old of which her experiences include developmental delays and torticollis. She continues to follow her passion for pelvic health and believing that empowering the patient and educating them on their body as a whole is a large part of healing. Sapna also has a strong passion for becoming involved in areas of health and wellness including pregnancy and postpartum care. She continues to promote pelvic health education within her community and practice. She is also involved with the American Physical Therapy Association and Illinois Physical Therapy Association.

During her free time she enjoys spending time with her husband and 2 boys, traveling, and keeping up with her fitness goals including yoga, Pilates, walking, running, and strength training.

Jessica LaRivierie, PT, DPT, Staff Physical Therapist

Jessica LaRiviere, PT,DPT is an orthopedic and pelvic health therapist who graduated from Simmons University in Boston, MA in 2013. She has worked in a variety of settings and locations throughout the country , allowing her to gain experience in the many complexities of healthcare. Jessie works to make her patients feel heard and empowered. She also brings a trauma-informed lens to her sessions, giving her clients the space to feel safe.

In her free time, Jessie enjoys active outdoor adventures, traveling whenever possible, and restarting her childhood hobby of playing the piano.

Colby Nollin, PT, DPT

Born and raised in Reno, NV, Colby Nollin , PT, DPT, started her physical therapist journey at the University of Arizona, obtaining a bachelors degree in Nutritional Sciences. During a gap year, Colby went on to become a licensed massage therapist, where she gained experience in the use of manual therapy to address myofascial tension and pain. She then continued on her graduate work at Northwestern University, where she earned her Doctorate of Physcial Therapy. After graduating, Colby spent nearly a decade in the outpatient orthopedic setting, all while learning new treatment approaches and skills. Colby has taken classes to utilize the Graston Technique, trigger point dry needling, joint mobilizations, and myofascial decompression. Colby decided to progress her career into the area of pelvic health due to her own experience with pelvic pain following the birth of her children. She has training in Pelvic Floor Dysfunction from the Herman and Wallace Rehabilitation Institute. She is looking to furthur progress her knowledge base in the area of pelvic health, as well as taking courses on the application of Pilates in the rehabilitation setting. She has a strong interest in the areas of prenatal and postpartum care, as well as pelvic pain.

Colby resides in the northwest suburbs with her husband and two young children. During her free time she enjoys spending time with her family, trying new restaurants, traveling, and enjoying the outdoors.


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