Elizabeth Lewis, PT, OCSWelcome to Lewis Physical Therapy, PLLC, where personalized care is at the heart of our services. As the owner and sole practitioner, Elizabeth is dedicated to providing one-on-one sessions tailored to your unique needs. Her comprehensive approach includes thorough evaluations, hands-on manual therapy, therapeutic exercises, neuromuscular re-education, therapeutic modalities, including state of the art therapies such as photobiomodulation (cold laser) and RUSI (rehabilitative ultrasound training), and valuable education to improve your overall condition, wellness, and fitness.

Elizabeth primarily treats women, with a focus on issues related to pelvic floor overactivity (such as pain, urgency, urinary retention or constipation) or under-activity, (such as incontinence or prolapse). She also treats men, for post-prostatectomy conditions.

Having obtained board certification as a clinical specialist in women’s health in 2012, and in orthopedics in 2004 and 2014, you can trust in the expertise she brings to every session. She is also certified in pelvic health, cold laser therapy, and instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization, ensuring that you receive the latest and most effective treatments.

At Lewis Physical Therapy, your well-being is our priority, and we look forward to guiding you on your path to improved health and vitality. Contact us today to schedule a consultation using the button below, or by calling our receptionist at 978-806-3149. They are available weekdays from 10 AM to 6 PM.

Elizabeth Lewis, PT, OCS
Welcome to Lewis Physical Therapy, PLLC, where personalized care is at the heart of our services. As the owner and sole practitioner, Elizabeth is dedicated to providing one-on-one sessions tailored to your unique needs. Her comprehensive approach includes thorough evaluations, hands-on manual therapy, therapeutic exercises, neuromuscular re-education, therapeutic modalities, including state of the art therapies such as photobiomodulation (cold laser) and RUSI (rehabilitative ultrasound training), and valuable education to improve your overall condition, wellness, and fitness.

Elizabeth primarily treats women, with a focus on issues related to pelvic floor overactivity (such as pain, urgency, urinary retention or constipation) or under-activity, (such as incontinence or prolapse). She also treats men, for post-prostatectomy conditions.

Having obtained board certification as a clinical specialist in women’s health in 2012, and in orthopedics in 2004 and 2014, you can trust in the expertise she brings to every session. She is also certified in pelvic health, cold laser therapy, and instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization, ensuring that you receive the latest and most effective treatments.

At Lewis Physical Therapy, your well-being is our priority, and we look forward to guiding you on your path to improved health and vitality. Contact us today to schedule a consultation using the button below, or by calling our receptionist at 978-806-3149. They are available weekdays from 10 AM to 6 PM.

What Is Pelvic Floor and Abdominal Physical Therapy?

Pelvic floor and abdominal physical therapy targets muscles in the pelvic floor and abdomen to help treat pain, weakness, and tightness and the symptoms that go along with them. As your pelvic floor and abdominal therapist, Elizabeth will help you retrain your muscles and gain back control of your body and your life.

Elizabeth offers a wide range of treatment options including soft tissue mobilization, bowel and bladder retraining, internal and external biofeedback, joint mobilization, myofascial release, core awareness and strengthening strategies, and therapeutic techniques and exercises for strength, flexibility, and relaxation.

Conditions Treated With Pelvic Floor and Abdominal Physical Therapy

  • Pre and post-partum issues such as: preparing for delivery, pelvic or low back pain, abdominal or pelvic weakness or painful scars, incontinence, diastasis and return to sports
  • Frequent and urgent need to urinate
  • Urinary or fecal incontinence (leaking urine or stool)
  • Incomplete bladder emptying
  • Bowel dysfunction (constipation or diarrhea)
  • Bladder, uterus, or rectal prolapse (fullness or bulging)
  • Pelvic pain (such as chronic pelvic pain from Vulvovaginal conditions, perimenopausal/or hormone-based pain, endometriosis, interstitial cystitis, postpartum, and post-surgical pain)+
  • Pelvic pain from sex and sexual issues
  • Trauma-based pelvic pain, constipation or urinary retention
  • Pelvic girdle pain and sacroiliac joint (SI) dysfunction
  • Vaginal stenosis (a narrowing of the vaginal opening)
  • Pudendal neuralgia (damage to the pelvic nerves resulting in chronic pelvic pain or other pelvic floor disorders)

Reviews

From Lewis Physical Therapy Patients

A… K… | Woburn

Quote marksI whole-heartedly recommend Elizabeth and her services. She approaches your care with a holistic view, combining a multitude of strategies to find solutions that will work for you. This approach worked well for me. My doctor had only tried to find solutions for my issues via medication. Over the year that I saw Elizabeth she had dozens of strategies for me to try and, even though I have a very challenging case, we saw improvements. She combines her medical training with approaches anchored in a calming, meditative quality. Equally important, Elizabeth is warm and caring. Some might feel uncomfortable or awkward seeking pelvic floor PT but Elizabeth is so good at putting you at ease. I always looked forward to seeing her personally and professionally!

Heather Stewart | Gloucester, MA

Quote marksElizabeth Lewis has a lot of tricks up her sleeve, she’s so knowledgeable about many different treatment methods. And she knows that what works for one patient, may not work for another. Best of all, I felt that she listened to me and that I was an active participant in my therapy.

Anonymous LPT patient

Quote marksIt was hugely helpful. I feel heaps better.

Valerie Courville | Licensed Acupuncturist and Massage Therapist, Yoga Instructor | Waltham

Quote marksI highly recommend Elizabeth Lewis as a physical therapist. She is knowledgeable, caring and very effective in her work. I have been very happy with results I have had from working with her personally, as well as results for the clients of mine who I’ve referred to her for various issues. She has many years of experience, listens well, and works in a detailed, thoughtful and thorough way. She has that special blend of professionalism and compassion, making her treatments both comfortable and effective. I will continue to refer people to her for physical therapy with complete confidence in the excellent care they will receive.

Anonymous LPT patient

Quote marksIt’s so nice to have my life back.