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Introducing Dr. Bridget Ochuko


Article by Jenna LaBree

Please give a warm welcome to the newest member of the KPP family, Dr. Bridget Ochuko.

Bridget received her Undergraduate Degree from the University of Georgia in Exercise and Sports Science. From there, she attended Emory where she earned her Doctorate in Physical therapy and Masters in Public Health, with a concentration in reproductive health.

She is one of only a few to have completed a Pelvic Physical Therapy residency program at Washington University in St. Louis. Bridget’s pelvic physical therapy focus is in treatment of prenatal/postpartum issues, pelvic pain and urinary/bowel dysfunction.

While completing her residency, she learned the benefit of manual and exercise based pelvic PT. She practices a whole body approach that is parallel to the way KPP has always treated. Bridget is a decorated Pelvic PT and a newly trained Doula and Childbirth Educator. With her background and knowledge, she prides herself on providing stellar care to her clients. We are very excited to introduce her to the clinic and have her start assisting clients in our space.

Bridget is very passionate about increasing access to pre and post natal education which is one of the many reasons why she chose to pursue becoming a Doula. She also works diligently to teach her clients how to advocate for themselves in the birthing space.

To learn more about how Bridget can assist throughout your pregnancy journey as both a Pelvic PT and Doula/Childbirth Educator, click HERE.

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