Meet the Physical Therapy Team

If physical therapy is recommended, your doctor will provide you with a list of physical therapy practices throughout the greater Baltimore region that specialize in pelvic floor disorders. Chesapeake Urology partners with many of the region’s leading providers of pelvic health physical therapy.

Physical therapists that specialize in women’s pelvic floor disorders are trained to identify and treat the underlying causes of your OAB symptoms. Following are several of the pelvic floor physical therapists that work closely with OAB patients (Chesapeake Urology can provide additional pelvic floor physical therapists that are located throughout Maryland):


In Balance Physical Therapy and pelvic health

The Continence Center
21 Crossroads Drive, Suite 210
Owings Mills, MD 21117


3455 Wilkens Avenue
Suite 200
Baltimore, MD 21229


Jodi Berger, PTJodi Berger, MPT

President, In Balance Physical Therapy and Pelvic Health

Jodi Berger MPT, a highly experienced pelvic health physical therapist, works closely with Chesapeake Urology to provide patients with pelvic floor dysfunction advanced physical therapy and pelvic floor rehabilitation.

Jodi received her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy in 1998 from the University of Maryland, Baltimore.  Her post-graduate training and work experiences were completed at JohnsHopkinsHospital, rotating through acute care, pediatrics, in-patient rehab, cardio-pulmonary rehab and the out-patient orthopedics departments.  Following her passion, Jodi spent the next five years at JohnsHopkinsHospital specializing in the treatment of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy for complex pelvic floor conditions including urinary incontinence and pelvic pain.  

In 2009, Jodi opened In Balance Physical Therapy and WellnessCenter with the goal of providing patients with specialized services in both cardio-pulmonary and pelvic health physical therapy while also providing comprehensive care to patients with generalized physical therapy concerns. To stay current with the newest research and treatment techniques, Jodi has taken numerous advanced level continuing education courses in the pelvic health field dealing with pelvic pain, incontinence and sexual dysfunction as well as pre and post partum concerns and pediatric incontinence.  


Kerry Kress, PT

Kerry Kress, MPT

President, In Balance Physical Therapy and Pelvic Health 

Kerry is a physical therapist who has worked in acute, sub-acute and outpatient rehab and has more than 12 years of  PT experience. Kerry takes an integrated approach to rehabilitation, effectively treating men and women for pelvic dysfunctions related to urologic conditions and sexual pain and dysfunction.  She graduated from Boston University with a B.S in Health Sciences and from Columbia University with a Master's degree in physical therapy, along with an MBA from Johns Hopkins University.


Shayna Roberts, PT


Pelvic Health Physical Therapist
In Balance Physical Therapy 

Shayna Roberts, physical therapist, has a passion for treating patients with pelvic floor dysfunction, pelvic pain, and incontinence. Shayna attended Shenandoah University where she earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2006. Shayna's continuing education has emphasized manual therapy techniques, women’s health, and pelvic floor therapy. She is also experienced in physical therapy for pediatric patients.



In Balance Physical Therapy

Stacey graduated from the Physical Therapist Assistant Program at Carroll Community College in 2015, developing an interest in pelvic health rehabilitation during her clinical experiences in the program. She has completed specialized pelvic floor training through the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute, and advanced her soft-tissue skills through continuing education coursework in myofascial release and craniosacral therapy.



In Balance Physical Therapy

Coleen, physical therapy assistant, graduated Physical Therapist Assistant School in 1998. For more than 18 years, Coleen has cultivated worked in a variety of settings including hospital-based acute care and rehabilitation facilities, long term sub-acute, and outpatient orthopedic center with a focus on chronic pain management as well as women and men’s pelvic health.



Life Fitness Physical Therapy

658 Kenilworth Drive
Towson, MD 21204


Sarah Bury, PT


Physical Therapist
Life Fitness Physical Therapy

Sarah Bury is a physical therapist with training in pelvic health physical therapy. She graduated from Elizabethtown College in 2010 with a BS in Biology, concentrating in Allied Health.  She then attended the University of St. Augustine in St. Augustine, Florida, where she completed her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2013.  In her final year of her DPT, Sarah apprenticed with Shands Rehabilitation in Gainesville, Florida, training in Pelvic Health Physical Therapy. She is currently in the process of completing her WCS through the APTA to become a pelvic health specialist and her MTC through The University of St. Augustine to become a certified manual therapist.


Lindsay Rothermel, PT

Lindsay Rothermel, DPT

Physical Therapist, Women’s Health 
Life Fitness Physical Therapy

Lindsay is the Director of the Life Fitness Physical Therapy Owings Mills II clinic which is dedicated to pelvic health. Lindsay completed her physical therapy training at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore, MD. She has been practicing since 2008 and has worked in inpatient rehabilitation as well as outpatient physical therapy. Lindsay has obtained her certificate of achievement in pelvic physical therapy from the section of Women's Health of the American Physical Therapy Association and is currently pursuing her certificate of achievement in obstetrics physical therapy. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, section on Women's Health and section of Sports Physical Therapy.


Her Health Physical Therapy

10705 Charter Drive, Suite 420
Columbia, MD 21044

Amanda Marino, PT, DPT

Stephanie McKay, PT, DPT

Jennifer Ortiz, PT, MPT, WSC

Kristen Joyce, PT, DPT



To learn more about our physical therapy services ask your urologist or call 866-953-3111