Dr. Sarina Dumbleton Beasley is a board-certified women's health/pelvic health specialist with a passion for promoting the health of women. Graduating from Duke University in 2011, she has spent her career focused on this clinical specialty. Having two children and experiencing labor and delivery both natural and medicated, she has an appreciation and passion for pregnancy, labor & delivery, and the postpartum period.
Dr. Beasley believes that pregnancy deserves a deeper model of care beyond the OB and midwife. Not only do our bodies create and grow life, but they also change along the way commonly developing issues such as incontinence, constipation, pelvic pain, pelvic organ prolapse, diastasis recti and low back/hip/pelvic girdle pain. These are all treatable and preventable issues that can be handled by a skilled physical therapist.
Colleen Schomburg, MPT, WCS, CLT-LANA, a board-certified Women’s Health specialist, received her Master’s in Physical Therapy from Duquesne University in 2003. Upon graduating she trained to become a specialist in pelvic floor, peripartum care, and lymphedema. She started her career at Magee Women’s Hospital. She is adjunct clinical faculty in the Rangos School of Health Science at Duquesne University and lectures yearly on lymphedema and peripartum back pain. She also was the Director of the UPMC Women’s Health Residency program from 2014-2020. She joins the Pittsburgh Pelvic Health team with 17 years of experience in a specialty she loves and feels passionate about treating. At home, Colleen is a busy mom of 3 children and in her free time loves to exercise. She especially enjoys distance running and has run 5 full marathons and countless half marathons.
A graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, Kelly Keeny, OTR/L discovered her passion for pelvic floor therapy through her experience as a patient following the birth of her third child. She decided to leave her job working as a hospital OT and transition into pelvic health so that she could equip other mothers to restore function and confidence in their bodies after birth. As an occupational therapist, Kelly strives to integrate the emotional and behavioral components that are often barriers to recovery in treating the common problems many women experience during and after pregnancy. Kelly is passionate about providing honest preparation for birth and the postpartum period, including breastfeeding support. She draws upon her own experience of natural birth and breastfeeding to support others to discover their inherent strength as a mother. She also treats the musculoskeletal components of common diagnoses including diastasis recti, pelvic organ prolapse, incontinence and pelvic pain.
Dr. Amanda Thomas graduated with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Columbia University in 2014. After graduation, Dr. Thomas received advanced training in women's health physical therapy including pelvic floor, peripartum and postpartum care and lymphedema treatment. She is passionate about all things pregnancy and postpartum. Dr. Thomas is mom to 2 awesome boys who have lots of energy! She enjoys being outside with her husband and kids, going for walks and playing at the park. In her free time she enjoys exercising and just a relaxing evening watching t.v.