At Integrative Pelvic Health, you are our priority. Our goal is to help you learn about your body, give you space to heal, & space to grow. We provide uninterrupted time and utilizing a holistic approach to help clients achieve long-term wellness and improve their pelvic health.
Pelvic floor dysfunctions are complex which is why it is our mission to find the root cause, provide you with education and techniques to heal, and get back to doing what you are supposed to do, enjoy life!
You have dedicated one-on-one time for 60-90 minutes with your pelvic health therapist. It is our priority that each visit focuses on your needs & your goals.
It is our goal to give you the tools to improve your pelvic health & to making small changes each session in order to progress towards achieving your goals each and every session.
Owner and Pelvic Floor Occupational Therapist
I am an occupational therapist who specializes in women's pelvic floor therapy.
I received my Master's Degree in Occupational Therapy in 2018 from University of Southern Maine. Since then I have worked in a Pediatric OT Clinic in Maine and skilled nursing facilities in New Hampshire. It is in the SNF settings that I found my passion for pelvic floor therapy. After hearing multiple women talk about incontinence and how it affected their lives over the years, I decided it was time to do something!
While learning and exploring the world of pelvic health, Ashton found a deep interest in hand-on manual work. Ashton has taken multiple courses on Myofascial Release and is excited to incorporate this technique into her practice!
I have completed advanced training in women's health, pelvic health, and pelvic floor therapy, including:
OT Pioneer (Lindsey Vestal MS OTR/L, The Functional Pelvis)
Pelvic Rehab Manual Assessment and Treatment Techniques ( Laura Rowan, Essential Pelvic Health)
Certification as a Clinical Trauma Specialist (CCST-I) (Arizona Trauma Institute)
Perinatal & Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist (Dr. Sarah Duvall, DPT, CPT, Core Exercise Solutions)
Myofascial Release I (John F. Barnes, PT, Myofascial Release)
Fascial Pelvis (John F. Barnes, PT, Myofascial Release)
I currently live in Seacoast, NH with my husband and cat, Loki. I enjoy traveling, going to the beach, skiing, running, strength training and spending time with family and friends.