Eryn Kirschbaum is a trained doctor of physical therapy focused on helping patients suffering from pelvic floor dysfunction. As a therapist, Eryn strives to truly listen to her patients and understand their concerns and goals. She believes in a holistic approach to healthcare and is passionate about helping improve her patient’s quality of life.
Since the start of her career in physical therapy, Eryn has been interested in and passionate about pelvic health rehabilitation which inspired her to pursue and obtain her Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification in 2016. She has taken numerous continuing education courses and specializes in the treatment of prenatal and post partum conditions, bladder and bowel dysfunction, prolapse, pelvic pain, pain during intercourse, pelvic nerve dysfunction, male pelvic pain, and coccyx dysfunction.
Prior to training in physical therapy, she served in the United States Peace Corps in Ukraine from 2007-2009 and received her undergraduate degree in Anthropology from the University of Oregon in 2006.
Eryn is a Portland native and loves her hometown. She enjoys yoga, football, skiing, reading, travel, and wine tasting!
Pacific University, Doctorate of Physical Therapy
Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification (PRPC)