Susan M. Peters received her bachelor of science in physical therapy in 1990 from the University of Illinois, and has had over 20 years experience in the field. After completing her training, Sue went on to specialize in pelvic floor rehabilitation, and even went the extra mile attaining her CAPP certification by the American Physical Therapy Association in 2008. Not only does she specialize in women’s health and pelvic floor issues, Sue has a strong orthopedic background and training in the treatment of musculoskeletal and movement dysfunction.
Sue’s passion is in women’s health needs. She has extensive experience in pelvic health rehabilitation, including treatment of pre- and post-natal pelvic floor dysfunction, urinary frequency, urinary incontinence, low back pain, sciatica, and pelvic joint pain. Pelvic floor rehabilitation entails a wide variety of treatment options to restore the functions of the pelvic floor. These include pelvic floor muscle exercise and training, biofeedback, manual therapy, therapeutic exercise for core muscles, joint mobilization, and soft tissue work.
Sue and her husband are raising three daughters in Oak Park. In her free time, she enjoys biking and trips to national parks. Professionally, she has been involved in golf and runners’ clinics, and has instructed in back school and pain prevention programs.
University of Illinois at Chicago
Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy
CAPP Certified by the APTA Section in Womens Health for Treating Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
Advanced Pelvic Floor coursework and studies
Advanced Studies in Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment/McKenzie Method