Welcome! I’m glad you’re here, and I bet you have questions. The idea that a Physical Therapist can help someone with issues like incontinence, constipation, labor preparation, or painful sex still pretty new to most people. See below for some of the specific conditions I treat. And of course, as with most PTs, I’m available for general orthopedic conditions. My passion and calling, though, are to help adults and children experiencing challenges in the following areas:
Urinary leakage, bladder pain, urinary retention, interstitial cystitis, post-prostatectomy incontinence, bed-wetting, and other bladder conditions not listed (just ask!)
Bowel leakage, constipation, IBS, pain with voiding
This can be anything from SI joint, hip and/or back pain to pain with intercourse. Pelvic organ prolapse is also a common cause of pelvic pain.
Megan is trained as a Doula and available for on-call labor support.
$180First session (initial evaluation)
$14060-minute treatment session
$8030-minute treatment session
$1100Labor support package**
Chrysalis Physical Therapy is an in-network provider with: Regence, First Choice Health, United Healthcare (TRICARE), and (coming soon) Group Health PPO plans. Clients with these insurance providers will follow typical medical billing procedures. Your rates will vary based on your plan. For clients with any other insurance provider, a fee-for-service model is used. The client pays an up-front flat rate and receives all necessary receipts to submit for reimbursement through their benefits provider. For your convenience in navigating this process, a worksheet will be provided that will guide your conversation with your insurance company prior to scheduling your first visit.
The following rates are for in-clinic visits only. In-home visits will have an additional $40 travel charge.
* In-home visits are exclusively for post-partum clients in the first four weeks after delivery.
** Labor support package includes two in-clinic prenatal sessions, on-call Doula services, and two in-home post-partum sessions. The prenatal/post-partum sessions are eligible for reimbursement as Physical Therapy services. Please talk to Megan directly if you are interested in this program.
Please don’t hesitate to discuss special situations that may make the above rates a barrier to your ability to receive the care that you need.
About Pelvic Health
What to expect: for your first session, we’ll start just by talking. Hearing your story is the first and most important part of getting a plan together. Based on this information and other aspects of your medical history, the evaluation will continue with a holistic, total-body orthopedic evaluation for strength, flexibility and balance. If your condition warrants an internal vaginal or rectal pelvic floor muscle examination, we will discuss this further and proceed only if you agree that it is important.
The plan of care and treatment at follow-up sessions is dictated by what we discover and what your goals are. I use an eclectic approach to try and best fit the values and needs of each client, and will probably be some combination of myofascial release, trigger point release, exercises geared toward retraining the muscles who need the help, and the most current, relevant patient education I can find for you. My goal with every client is to work myself out of a job by providing you with the information and tools to help resolve your symptoms — and stay that way on your own.
Megan Kranenburg holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Civil Engineering from The University of Portland and a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Eastern Washington University. She is a proud veteran of the United States Air Force, serving as an engineering officer stateside, overseas and in the combat theater. Since earning the title Physical Therapist, Megan has been fortunate to work in orthopedic, skilled nursing, acute care and interdisciplinary settings, and LOVES to collaborate with providers and peers in other professions to find the best answer for each individual.
In her spare time, she can be found reading, jogging with friends, sometimes knitting or sewing, and doing all the things that come along with having two school-age kids. She and her husband stay busy raising those two kids, three goats, four ducks and a big garden.