Dr. Tara Sullivan

Dr. Tara Sullivan, PT, PRPC, WCS, IF started in the healthcare field as a massage therapist practicing over ten years, including three years of teaching massage and anatomy & physiology. During that time, she attended college at Oregon State University earning her Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise and Sport Science, and she continued on to earn her Masters of Science in Human Movement and Doctorate in Physical Therapy from A.T. Still University. Dr. Tara has specialized in Pelvic Floor Dysfunction (PFD) treating bowel, bladder, sexual dysfunctions and pelvic pain exclusively since 2012. She has earned her Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification (PRPC) deeming her an expert in the field of pelvic rehabilitation, treating men, women, and children. Dr. Sullivan is also a board certified clinical specialist in women’s health (WCS) through the APTA and a Fellow of the International Society for the study of Women Sexual Health (IF).

Dr. Tara established the pelvic health program at HonorHealth in Scottsdale and expanded the practice to 12 locations across the valley. She continues to treat patients with her hands-on individualized approach, taking the time to listen and educate her patients, empowering them to return to a healthy and improved quality of life. Dr. Tara  has developed and taught several pelvic health courses and lectures at local universities in Arizona including Northern Arizona University, Franklin Pierce University, and Midwestern University. In 2019, she  joined the faculty team at Herman and Wallace teaching continuing education courses for rehab therapists and other health care providers interested in the pelvic health specialty, including a course she authored-Sexual Medicine in Pelvic Rehab and co-author of Pain Science for the Chronic Pelvic Pain Population. Dr. Tara is very passionate about creating awareness on Pelvic Floor Dysfunction and launched her website pelvicfloorspecialist.com to continue educating the public and other healthcare professionals.

In 2024, Dr. Tara founded her company Mind to Body Healing (M2B) to continue spreading awareness on pelvic health, mentor other healthcare providers, and incorporate sexual counseling in to her pelvic floor physical therapy practice. Dr. Tara continues to care for patients at HonorHealth and M2B.

Dr. Kylee Austin, PT, DPT started in the health and fitness field as a personal and group fitness trainer specializing in postpartum women’s fitness in 2013. She has made a niche for herself working online and in person empowering moms, like herself, to embrace motherhood and a healthy lifestyle. She is a mother to three young boys, including twins, and has had a passion for pelvic health since going through her own postpartum and pelvic health issues. In 2021, Dr. Kylee, driven to gain more knowledge in this field, attended Northern Arizona University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy Program. In 2023, she graduated from this program with distinction and obtained her doctorate and licensure. Dr. Kylee is an active member and volunteer with the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and the Pelvic Health Section of the APTA. She obtained her Pelvic Health Level 1 training with Herman and Wallace and completed a pelvic health clinical rotation with HonorHealth in Arizona.

Dr. Kylee hopes to bring her exercise and fitness background along with clinical pelvic health skills to Mind to Body Healing to deliver much needed therapy services to patients. She looks forward to working and being mentored by Dr. Tara to provide healing and hope to all in a safe and inclusive environment.

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