Gender-Affirming Care

A 2015 survey by the National Center for Transgender Equality found that 33% of individuals who saw a health care provider had at least one negative experience related to being transgender, which included being refused treatment, verbal harassment, physical or sexual assault, and having to teach the provider about transgender people in order to get appropriate care. In addition, 23% of respondents stated they did not see a doctor when they needed to because of fear of being mistreated as a transgender person.

Gender-Affirming Care

Our Physical Therapists are the leaders of trans-affirming care in Maryland, having completed extensive advanced level trans affirming care coursework and continuing education to ensure we are providing the most up to date, affirming and evidenced-based care. Our goal is to empower you and give you a safe and supportive environment to receive the best possible care to reach your physical goals. We recognize that this type of care is multi-faceted and that everyone is at different stages in their transition. We are here to meet you where you are.

Common concerns for those who are pre-operative

Common concerns for those who are post-operative


Our pelvic physical therapists are committed to constantly growing, learning, and creating a welcoming space. If you have questions about our space, our client experience, or the care you might receive or about pelvic PT pre or post operatively, regardless of stage, you can reach out to Dr. Kristen Joyce, PT, DPT, PRPC, at [email protected].

Physical Therapy

Let’s get you back to doing what you love to do. Our practitioners have the highest possible certifications, offer deep experience across a range of both common and complex or rare issues, and are passionate about ongoing, personalized, and collaborative care with client’s entire care team, including medical doctors, wellness and alternative care providers.