CorrEra Physical Therapy
Pelvic floor Rehabilitation and Core Wellness
At CorrEra Physical Therapy we focus on treating pelvic floor dysfunction and promoting core wellness. Men and women of all ages with varying levels of physical fitness can experience pelvic floor dysfunction. Whether it is urinary leaking, an overactive bladder, or pelvic pain, living with pelvic floor dysfunction never lends to a convenience in lifestyle. Thankfully, there is hope.
The pelvic floor does not have to be the forgotten region of the human body that no one wants to discuss. Physical therapy for the pelvic floor offers a conservative and effective approach to treating these personal conditions. Treatment often includes reestablishing the balance of flexibility and strength of the core muscles, and we at CorrEra Physical Therapy believe in emphasizing the importance of this new era of core wellness.
Just because symptoms may be common, it does not mean that they need to be your "normal". You deserve the attention to have your concerns addressed, and this is exactly what you receive at CorrEra Physical Therapy. All patients receive one-on-one evaluation and treatment during every visit.
Sarah Capodagli, DPT
As a doctor of physical therapy, Sarah has the skills and training to assess and treat the musculoskeletal system, and with her additional training and expertise she has dedicated her practice to treating patients who are experiencing symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction in its many forms. She attended undergraduate and graduate school at Nazareth College of Rochester where she received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy and has completed extensive continuing education in the specialty of pelvic floor rehabilitation. An advocate for preventative and conservative rehabilitation, a volunteer with medical missions, and former adjunct faculty at Nazareth College, she is passionate about helping others locally and around the globe.
Meredith Lewis, DPT
Meredith grew up in Elma, NY and is one of 12 children. She attended Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana for her Bachelors Degrees and then obtained her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY. It was after graduation when working full time in a large hospital system that she was offered the opportunity to specialize in pelvic floor physical therapy. Growing up with a mother and sister whom are OB/GYNs, as well as nine sisters, she is very comfortable with discussing pelvic floor issues. She attended the Level 1 Course through Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute in August 2017 to begin to evaluate and treat women with pelvic floor dysfunctions. In June 2018 she took the necessary courses to specialize in evaluating and treating children with pelvic floor dysfunction as well. She moved back to the Buffalo area to be closer to family and looks forward to continuing to help women and children improve their pelvic health.
Amandra Breedlove, DPT
Amanda’s passion for pelvic health was influenced by her mother, an OBGYN nurse. Growing up, Amanda and her mother had many conversations regarding women’s health, allowing Amanda to be comfortable discussing all things related to the pelvic floor. This sparked Amanda's interest in pelvic floor therapy in PT school. Frustrated by the number of women who consider bladder leaking normal and astounded by how females endure childbirth and are not instructed in the importance of their recovery, Amanda dove into the world of pelvic health. She strives to help people understand their bodies and what is “normal” versus “common”.
Amanda was born and raised in Maryland, just outside of Washington, D.C. She received her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Brigham Young University followed by her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Old Dominion University. Amanda worked in multiple physical therapy settings before coming to work at CorrEra PT. She received training in pelvic floor for both men and women from Herman & Wallace and Visceral Manipulation from the Barral Institute. Amanda is passionate about working with each individual to improve movement, stay active, and take control of their health.