Physical Therapy and Wellness, PLLC
Kailie with her husband Tyler and their daughters', Oakley and Lillian.
Meet Kailie Denham, PT, DPT
Hello! I grew up on a small farm in Elk, Washington. I graduated from Riverside High School in Deer Park, WA where I played tennis and soccer. When I was 15 years old I tore my ACL playing soccer and had reconstructive surgery. It was during my rehabilitation that I discovered physical therapy. I received my bachelors degree in 2004 from Eastern Washington University in Human Biology and then went on to graduate school at Eastern Washington University, where I received my Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2007. I have worked in the geriatric setting for 10 years, but it wasn't until 2014 when I became pregnant with my first child, that I discovered my true passion in the area of women's health.
A textbook pregnancy followed by an almost perfect vaginal delivery should leave me with a perfect, uncomplicated, postpartum experience, right? Wrong!!!! Soon after delivery of my daughter, I discovered that I had hypermobility spectrum disorder (most likely hypermobile ehlers danlos syndrome) stress urinary incontinence, diastasis rectus abdominis and a symptomatic grade 2 cystocele. I immediately began my own pelvic rehabilitation and further continuing education. No more stress urinary incontinence, my diastasis is improving and I have no symptoms of a prolapse, however, It is still a grade 2.
I am a pelvic floor physical therapist dedicated to women and children. I want to empower you through education. I strongly feel that childhood bedwetting and pee and poop leakage as well as pregnancy and postpartum education for women is severely lacking and I am striving to change this in my community. I have continued education from Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute, Julie Wiebe, PT and Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist Certification, to name a few. I treat pelvic floor dysfunction including but not limited to prolapse, pelvic pain, bowel and bladder incontinence and diastasis rectus abdominis in pregnancy, postpartum and the athletic female. When I am not working, I enjoy traveling, CrossFit, backpacking, rock climbing and anything outdoors with my husband and daughters. I have a special interest in the athletic female and hypermobility spectrum disorders in adults and children. I give glory to God for this amazing opportunity and my many blessings. I look forward to supporting you while helping you reach your goals!
Thank you, Kailie
Specialty Courses Kailie has taken:
Masgutova Neurosensorimotor Reflex Integration (MNRI®) Method
MNRI® Dynamic and Postural Reflexes Certification
MNRI® Archetype Movement Integration
MNRI® Introduction to Intronauts and Infant Reflexes
MNRI® Proprioceptive and Cognitive Integration
Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute
-Pelvic Floor 1
-Pelvic Floor 2A
-Pelvic Floor 2B
-Pelvic Floor Capstone
-Dawn Scandalcidi's, Pediatric Bowel and Bladder Disorders (Peds 1)
-Dawn Scandalcidi's, Pediatric Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders (Peds 2)
-Kathe Wallace's, Pelvic Floor Support Systems in Postpartum Recovery, Pelvic pain, and Prolapse
-Trista Zinn's, Hypopressive Certification Level 1
-Dr. Sarah Duvall's, Pregnancy and Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist Certification
-Julie Wiebe's Female Athlete: "Ready for impact and high-intensity?"
-Julie Wiebe's "Diaphragm/pelvic floor piston for adult populations"
-Ramona Horton's Visceral Mobilization of the gastrointestinal, urinary, reproductive and myofascial systems
-Gastrointestinal Dysfunction and the Pelvic Floor-Susan Clinton
Meet Beth Ann Soelberg, PT, DPT
Beth Ann Soelberg is an Idaho native, born and raised in Idaho Falls, ID. She received her Bachelor of Science from BYU-Idaho and a Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from Idaho State University. She is married and has three active and busy boys. Her work experience includes time working as a pelvic health therapist in Omaha, NE and San Diego, CA. After years of moving around she is excited to be back in Idaho and enjoy the beauty of northern Idaho.
Beth Ann first became interested in pelvic health after learning about how a physical therapist can offer help and relief to a variety of pelvic health disorders. Beth Ann has over 5 years of clinical experience in treating urinary symptoms, gut and bowel health, orthopedic pelvic pain, sexual dysfunction, pregnancy and post-partum care, core or pelvic issues, and male pelvic health.
She is passionate about educating and helping patients improve their pelvic health. Beth Ann continually strives to be up to date and well educated in her professional field and believes there is always something to learn and to improve upon. In order to provide the best possible care for her patients she has attended several pelvic health education courses with The Pelvic Guru Academy and The Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute.
One of her goals is to spread awareness of pelvic floor disorders and to educate her community about effective pelvic physical therapy treatments.
In her free time Beth Ann loves spending time with her three boys, riding bikes, hiking, skiing, and being outdoors. She also loves playing tennis and has recently started playing pickle-ball as well.
Beth Ann believes in providing excellent patient-centric care and is excited to serve the community of North Idaho/Spokane County.
The Mission of Her Physical Therapy and Wellness is to provide our clients with up to date, evidenced-based pelvic floor physical therapy. We have two goals:
1) Empower women and children through awareness and education regarding pelvic health.
2) Prevent and minimize pelvic floor dysfunctions in women and children, throughout the lifespan!