Molly works at the Coppermine Clinic. She utilizes a range of manual interventions from joint mobilization and manipulation to fascial and active release techniques. Molly employs a combination of manual therapy and progressive exercise to address biomechanical dysfunctions. After the birth of her son, Molly expanded her practice and now specializes in the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction, including: incontinence, pelvic pain, and pre/postnatal complications. She combines her strong background in orthopedic dysfunctions with her experience playing collegiate soccer, and practicing yoga to integrate return to sport activities, and postural modification into the rehabilitation and treatment of various disorders.
What is your favorite kind of candy?
Reeses peanut butter cups and sour patch kids
What is your favorite vacation spot?
A camping trip through New England with husband and dog. I loved the mountains, lakes, beautiful scenery.
What is your favorite childhood tv show?
I grew up without a TV, so I loved whatever happened to be on when visiting my friends’ houses.
What do you love most about being a physical therapist?
I love bringing function back to peoples’ lives. There is something particularly special about the moment when a patient achieves something that they didn’t think they could, and there is nothing more satisfying than being an integral part of that moment.
Do you have any pets? If so, what and what is his/her name?
I have a dog named Boh. His nicknames include BoBo or Lord Helme