Molly believes in taking a comprehensive approach to physical therapy, seamlessly blending orthopedics and pelvic health to find the root cause of symptoms and create an individualized treatment plan. She integrates her athletic background, functional exercises and manual therapy to help you move your best and live your best.
Molly Weinbender earned their Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) in 2016 from Pacific University, and became a Board-Certified Women's Clinical Specialist (WCS) 2021.
Molly's post-doctorate education includes coursework in pelvic health and visceral mobilization through the Herman & Wallace Institute and the American Physical Therapy Association.
- Internal & external pelvic floor PT - Runners, weight lifters and Crossfit athletes with pelvic floor dysfunction - Pregnant and postpartum athletes - Visceral mobilization - Pelvic pain - Abdominal manual therapy - Breathing and respiration mechanics - Back, hip and leg pain
Molly grew up in Seattle and now lives outside of Portland, Oregon. She ran Division 1 track while in college, and is still active with running and weight lifting. She and her husband renovated a 1901 home prior to having two sons. The whole family loves to spend time outside, cook, and maintain our garden.
I was very happy to meet Molly and look forward progressing through to total healing. She is incredibly thorough and took time to listen and customize our care plan.Michelle, Jan 10
I noticed a HUGE difference after just the first appointment with Molly. She is EXTREMELY knowledgeable AND very thorough when explaining everything or answering questions. I can't recommend her enough. My husband is now seeing her as well. She comes HIGHLY recommended!Rosalie, Jul 24
Pelvic floor therapy is quite simply the best investment I've made in my health. I have tried physical therapy several times in the past for chronic low back pain, and it wasn't until I connected with Molly that the PT actually started to work. Now my back no longer "goes out" and a whole new category of activities are open to me. I don't feel trapped in my body by back pain any more. The PT has helped with a whole host of other issues that I did not realize were connected to the pelvic floor. It is very empowering to understand my body on a new level. I can't recommend Molly highly enough.Meg, Aug 10
Excellent experience with Molly. She was professional and knowledgeable. And she gave me some helpful home remedies so that I could maintain alignment and mobility in between sessions.Kate, Jan 11
I've been seeing Molly for over two years. My problems were that big! When I came to Molly I was suffering from pudendal neuralgia, a very difficult-to-treat condition, and a rare one at that. This condition requires a fighter to overcome, and a team of confident and helpful professionals in your corner. Molly treated me for pelvic floor dysfunction, SI joint dysfunction, structural imbalances and a host of other issues. I trust her completely. She's incredibly well versed in women's pelvic health and she is always learning more and bringing it to our sessions. I am now mostly pain free with a backslide here and there, but I know who to call if I get in trouble. I wish more women -- and more providers -- knew about Molly and her knowledge, expertise and talents.Emily, Jul 21
I find most of my patients have not heard of pelvic floor physical therapy. It is such a needed evaluation. Dr. Molly is very thorough and tailors a plan to fit your needs. I have been to other pelvic floor PT's and she was much more helpful to me. I would highly recommend an evaluation. - Dr. Bridghid McMonagle, Lake Oswego Health CenterBridghid, Mar 31