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Support group for women with pelvic pain
Thursday, July 27, 2017, 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

Demystifying the Pelvic Floor - Mom's Edition!
Every 4th Thursday starting in February

Pilates Class at Our Louisville, CO Clinic
January 5-Feb 23

Yoga: The Pleasure of Strength and Flexibility
Starting January 5, 2017


“It was my lucky day when I was referred to Hollie Neujahr at N2 Physical Therapy for persistent shoulder problems related to breast cancer surgery. Hollie treated and completely resolved all of my pain and range of motion issues. Hollie continues to treat me for pelvic problems stemming from breast cancer treatment.  She is a fantastic therapist, a true healer.  She is passionate about her work and is incredibly skilled and knowledgeable in treating breast cancer patients.”

LM, Denver

“I was diagnosed with severe hip dysplasia.  I had nearly 20 hours of hip surgery over the past two and a half years and thanks to Hollie I am finally back to pursuing a normal life. Hollie’s help was much more beneficial than other therapies and her approach offered relief from pain.  I have regained a quality of life that I was unsure I would ever have again. After all the hip surgeries and with Hollie’s help in my physical therapy, I am nearly pain free.”

ST, Denver

“My ordeal with unexplained pelvic pain began my senior year of college. I spent a year & a half going to dozens of doctors trying to find answers. I was in crippling pain & no one could figure out why. I found Hollie in Dec of 2012 & she truly saved my life. Her knowledge & experience helped me find the right diagnosis. Although Hollie is not a physician, she was the first person to suggest that the pelvic pain might be stemming from my hips. She suggested an answer that no other doctor had even considered.”

LM, Louisville