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Dr. Davida Krueger-Toscher, PT, DPT

pronouns: she/her

Davida is passion lies in pelvic health with a specific love for peri-partum and peri-menopausal care. She is motivated to provide research driven, exeptional care as she believes it can significantly impact nearly all aspects of her patients’ lives. She treats each patient as a unique individual and with an understanding of how orthopedic concerns can impact the pelvic floor and visa versa.  

 

She approach's care holistically and sees it as her job to educate and encourage patients to take control of their health and well-being while providing appropriate manual therapy and exercise prescriptions. In her practice, she considers patients’ diverse views, backgrounds, and prior medical experiences when developing a plan of care. 

 

Davida treats all outpatient orthopedic conditions and has advanced training in treating patients who are experiencing prolapse, pelvic pain, and both fecal and urinary incontinence. She especially enjoys working with post-partum women empowering them to return to their pre-baby lifestyles and activities.

 

Davida believes physical therapy should be a collaborative process where the therapist and patient work together to help the patient reach her/his goals.

 

When not treating patients, Davida enjoys crossfit, running, and exploring the PNW with her family.  

Professional Development

  • Herman and Wallace Courses

    • Pelvic Floor 1: Introduction Pelvic Floor Function, Dysfunction and Treatment 

    • Pelvic Floor 2A: Function, Dysfunction and Treatment: Colorectal and Coccyx Conditions, Male Pelvic Floor, Pudendal Nerve Dysfunction 

    • Pelvic Floor Level 2B: Function, Dysfunction and Treatment: Urogynecological Examination and Treatment Interventions

    • Sacroiliac Joint Current Concepts

    • The Postpartum Client: Abdominal Wall and Musculoskeletal Considerations,

  • Kathe Wallace

    • Pelvic Floor Support Systems in Postpartum Recovery, Pelvic Pain and Prolapse

  • APTA

    • Fundamental Topics of Pregnancy & Postpartum Physical Therapy

  • Institute of Physical Art

    • Core First Strategies

  • Additional Training

    • STOTT Pilates Intensive Reformer Training (Merrithew STOTT Pilates, Body Center Studios)

    • Therapeutic Exercise, Yoga and Pilates for Older Adults ()Summit Professional Education

Education

  • CUNY Hunter, Doctor of Physical Therapy

  • SUNY Plattsburgh, B.S. Chemistry

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