This is what I know to be true, if you allow yourself the space to heal, you can and you will. Here is what some of the women I have had the honor of working with have to say:

“After 3 visits with Allison, I saw a significant improvement in my condition, I possessed the much needed education of my pelvic floor, and I had the tools to maintain and further my progress on my own.  Allison is pleasant and easy to work with, knowledgeable, thorough and organized.  I would highly recommend her for any pelvic floor needs.”


“I had the pleasure of meeting and working with Allison after the birth of my second son. Contrary to what I was told by literally almost everyone, my second labor and delivery was much different (and way harder) than my first. We were blessed with a healthy baby boy but I struggled with months of trying to heal from injuries I never expected to suffer from. Allison is an expert listener. Her office is a judge free zone. She pride herself on debunking the “scary” postpartum days and empowers you to slowly (and safely) work towards healing. She is knowledgeable and professional. She is resourceful and well-connected. She is a person you want on your team! She will forever be a person whom I respect both personally and professionally.”


Allison Poole is amazing! When I first started working with her I was struggling to get through each day with my little kids. I couldn’t carry them or go for walks with them without significant discomfort. I showed up in tears, scared that I would never be able to do all the things I wanted to do in my life. She was warm, caring, and excellent listener. I felt respected and understood. Working with Allison, it was immediately clear that she is a highly skilled and knowledgeable practitioner. I left that first appointment crying tears of relief, feeling confident that I could recover my physical abilities. With Allison’s support and guidance I am in better physical shape than I have been in years and I understand the physiology of my pelvic floor and my body so much more.


In 2016 I had the copper IUD inserted. It didn’t go well from the beginning and six months later I found out it was attached to my uterus and it had to be removed. Then I tried a second time and that didn’t go well and also attached to my uterus and had to be removed.

Flash forward to 2019:  I’ve been enduring pelvic pain for three years, researching like a crazy person coming up with all these self-diagnoses of what it could be. Do I have cysts? Is it endometriosis? Finally I came to the conclusion that I had pelvic organ prolapse. I panicked. And in this panic I also discovered that pelvic PTs exist. I asked my best friend who she had seen and I got the life changing recommendation to see Allison.

My quality of life has improved drastically since my first appointment with this seriously amazing woman! Turns out I did not have POP, but just really really tight pelvic floor muscles and scar tissue causing nerve pain. Finally everything made sense. I don’t know if anyone could have explained it as well as Allison did. She knew immediately, after asking just a few questions, what I had been dealing with for three years.

Since my initial appointment four months ago, I have almost fully recovered and I am now 99% pain free throughout the month. Allison gave me the tools I needed to heal myself and after a month I had made almost a full recovery. I can never fully express my gratitude for Allison and the work she does. She is truly incredible. She is so knowledgeable and has the gift of being able to explain such complex information in a way that anyone can understand. Every time I visit her for a check in I feel like I’m going to see a friend. I can not recommend Allison enough. She brings so much hope to the world of women’s wellness. 


I was late in my first pregnancy, driving to work while listening to a podcast when I learned that pelvic floor physical therapists even existed. I was worried I had diastasis recti because of some coning I was noticing in my belly while being active accompanied by hip and pelvis pain. I did an online search and found Allison.

The first meeting was very informative with easy takeaways that I felt I could fit into my busy schedule. Our plan, since I was so late in the pregnancy was to meet up again after baby was born. Little did I know that the birth of my son would bring about its own list of issues for me: from the 3rd degree tear I had that lead to bladder emptying issues, to the strained ligaments around my tailbone that caused me to be unable to sit or drive for about a month.

Allison was great! She answered my midnight emails sent to her during my first couple of weeks postpartum, when I was freaking out and needed someone on my healthcare team to help me understand my injuries and give me tangible advice on what I could do to help myself. Allison had me working on healing before I even was able to drive to see her, which made our first meeting postpartum very productive.

She also helped me feel empowered to give my body the patience and grace it deserved during this time. Each time we met was more valuable than the last, and she held my baby when I had to bring him to appointments! I love the app she uses to give me my exercises too, I can just log in and see all of her recommendations and advice from our visits all in one place. I can’t recommend pelvic floor PT more, especially from Allison!


When I first saw Allison, I had been dealing with a bladder prolapse and stress incontinence for 8.5 years. 8.5 years! I had been to a PT after the birth of my first child but had seen limited results after a regime that relied heavily on kegels. Fast forward two more babies and a few more years and I knew that I needed to get this under control. I wanted to return to running without the worry of leaking. Allison was so informative, explaining how the pelvic floor functions within the whole body. After a few sessions with her, consistent homework on my end and a pessary to help support my body, I am now leak free. It feels almost unbelievable to me that I can run (hard, uphills or even when really hydrated) without any problems. I didn’t realize how interfering it was until it wasn’t a problem anymore. I’m even heading to the trampoline park with my kids…to jump. That’s right. I’m gonna jump on a trampoline and I’ve had 3 kids. If that’s not testament to Allison amazing skills as a therapist, I don’t know what is.


I can’t believe what a difference just a few visits with Allison has changed my body!  I was 6 years postpartum after having three babies and figured it was time to take care of myself a little better. Since giving birth I have dealt with leaking issues whenever I cough, sneeze or wait too long to go to the bathroom.  I knew that I was also going to the bathroom way too often!  Somehow I wrote this off to be “normal.”  After just a few visits with Allison I have learned so much about and have a greater appreciation for my pelvic floor.  Thank you so much Allison!  Not only is she knowledgeable about her work, but she explains it all in a way that I can understand!   Every woman deserves to see Allison!  


“Months after the birth of my son I was feeling a lot of pressure and bulging on my perineum – this discomfort was detrimental to my everyday life and I knew that this didn’t have to be my “new normal”. Allison helped me to confirm this and showed me so many practical ways to incorporate pelvic floor health into my everyday routines. Being able to carry my son without feeling discomfort is such a gift! Allison also helped me learn to be forgiving of myself on days when I just couldn’t find the time to be as intentional about my pelvic floor health. Working with Allison has helped me feel so connected to my pelvic floor and given me many tools to help maintain that connection.” 


Allison Poole’s pelvic floor physical therapy services at Koru PT have been LIFE-CHANGING. I only recently even heard of pelvic floor PT and had lots of questions about what it is, who it’s for, and what the background of the PT practicing it would be. But, after years of multiple OB/GYNs not taking my concerns around pain seriously, I was willing to try anything to address pain issues.

Allison has a beautiful and well organized website where it was easy to book my first appointment. I signed up for the intro package which included the first assessment, 2 follow-up appointments, and a phone consultation all at heavily reduced prices and I’m glad I chose this option. Her office is a lovely, comfortable space and I appreciated the initial thorough discussion of my background, and then her in-depth explanation of pelvic floor PT, how she works, and what to expect. She has this great 3D model of the various layers of muscle and tissue that make up the pelvic floor which was really helpful to visualize.

For the physical part of the assessment she could not have made me feel more comfortable and explained each step before doing anything. She was able to pinpoint the location and movements involved in my pain right away, which was a huge relief because 1) it was validating to finally have a medical professional acknowledge that the pain was real, and 2) now that I understood the where and why of the pain I could FINALLY address it!

She gave me a ton of exercises (some were similar to adapted yoga-like stretches that target my problem areas, others were breath-based, and others were physical related to stretching extra-tight muscles), tools, and resources. I left feeling so empowered. She helpfully sends an email with a personalized page of all the of these resources and explanations/reminders of how to use each.

Results? After actually following up with my homework and resources: no. more. pain.

Life changed.

Julie L.

Since the pelvis is the seat of a woman’s power and whole body health, I sought out Allison for a postpartum evaluation. What I got was really practical, current guidance and exercises to strengthen my body–after baby, yes, but everything I learned would’ve benefited me before. Many of us go into pregnancy with a body that has accommodated a modern, sedentary lifestyle. After the physical feat of pregnancy, I wanted to start from the bottom up–literally–to feel strong again. I hope you’ll call Allison and discover this for yourself!