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PelvicSynergy Physical Therapy was founded to provide support and relief to people struggling from pelvic floor dysfunction, men's health conditions, and women's health conditions throughout Chicagoland.


Pelvic floor related conditions (see What We Treat) are commonly assumed to be permanent issues. Too often people are told their conditions are something you should "learn to live with." Issues including painful sex, incontinence, and pelvic pain. Well, each condition is very TREATABLE and we are here to help you.


Another common misconception is that pelvic floor related conditions are a "woman's problem" or have to occur during "aging", but the truth is that pelvic floor conditions affect anyone, man or woman, at any period in the lifespan.


Our specialized clinic and team are ready to provide relief! Our staff is highly trained in pelvic floor treatment and all of our appointments are one-on-one in order to provide personal care for your personal issue. 


Dr. Amanda Winters has been practicing physical therapy for over seven years, all of which were spent specializing her skills in the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction as well as men's health and women's health conditions. She worked at prestigious hospitals including Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and Shirley Ryan AbilityLab (former Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago) prior to founding PelvicSynergy Physical Therapy in 2022.

Amanda completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science Education at The Ohio State University in 2013. She continued her education to procure a Doctoral degree in Physical Therapy from Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine in 2016.

Her continuing education includes Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation through the Herman and Wallace Institute, Perinatal and Postpartum Treatment through the Women’s Health Section of the American Physical Therapy Association, Mechanical Diagnosis & Treatment of the Lumbar Spine through the McKenzie Institute, and Dry Needling through Myopain Seminars.

She's developed a passion for postpartum rehabilitation and cancer rehabilitation including Breast and Prostate Cancer. She also enjoys pilates and likes to include pilates-based strengthening into her treatment sessions. 

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Dr. Mandy Neri has been treating as a Doctor of Physical Therapy for four years, with experience in both orthopedic and pelvic floor settings. She dedicated her growing career to women's pelvic health and helping her patients return to the activities and sports that they love without pain or dysfunction.

Mandy earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Health and Human Sciences from Loyola Marymount University in 2017, her Master's degree in Physical Therapy from Robert Gordon University in 2019, and Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree from Northeastern University in 2021. Her continuing education in pelvic floor rehabilitation was completed through the Herman and Wallace Institute. She was previous employed at Rush University Medical Center and before moving into private practice.

Mandy is also a Certified Personal Trainer and has a passion for developing strength and conditioning programs, as well as helping athletes to modify their training to keep progressing when injured. As a distance runner and former athlete, she understands the importance of maintaining pelvic health throughout vigorous training programs. She enjoys treating pelvic pain and dysfunction of all kinds, and sees how impactful this work can be in a short period of time. 

When she isn't treating, Mandy enjoys all things outdoors including hiking and camping, exploring new neighborhoods, photography, cooking, and playing music.

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