Pelvic Floor Therapy

Our pelvic floor program uses skilled and specialized training to provide a non-surgical approach to address dysfunctions in the pelvis that contribute to bowel, bladder, sexual health, and pain complications.

We can treat urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, diastasis recti, pelvic pain conditions, and postpartum conditions.

Patients may be evaluated with an internal and external assessment to determine our plan of care which may include:

-        Education and behavioral training

-        Strength, coordination and postural/ergonomic training

-        Pelvic floor muscle training

-        Functional activity training

-        Soft tissue mobilization, massage, trigger-point release, or stretching

-        Biofeedback-a treatment tool used to measure electrical impulses for muscle activity

Lindsey Oldaker, PT, DPT

Lindsey graduated in 2010 with her Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Nebraska Medical Center. She previously participate in the RHOP program through Chadron State College and received her Bachelor of Science Degree in 2008. Lindsey has special interests in geriatrics, orthopedics, balance impairments, and has recently expanded her education to include pelvic floor rehabilitation. Lindsey and her husband, Melvin, have 3 young children who enjoy the outdoors and relaxing with family.


Madison Nitsch, OTR/L, LAT, ATC

Maddie received her Master of Occupational Therapy from the College of Saint Mary (Omaha, NE) in 2013. Prior to attending graduate school for occupational therapy, Maddie graduated from Fort Hays State University (Hays, KS) in 2010 with her Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training and became a Board Certified Athletic Trainer. Currently, Maddie is licensed in Nebraska as an occupational therapist and athletic trainer. Her special interests include upper extremity orthopedics including splint fabrication, geriatrics, home safety evaluations/modifications, driving screens, CVA's/traumatic brain injuries including cognitive impairments and athletic coverage.