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Dr. Jessie Flammer PT, DPT, MTC, WCS


Dr. Jessie Flammer founded Golden Pelvic Health in order to provide her patients with the care they deserve. Jessie believes in treating the whole body in order to achieve optimal results for her patients. She provides one on one care utilizing manual therapy in conjunction with individualized exercises to get patients back to doing what they love. 

Jessie always felt like there was a missing link when treating the spine as her low back & SI joint pain never got better with traditional PT. She learned about the pelvic floor muscles while in graduate school and realized the pelvic floor muscles were a missing link for so many individuals with neck and low back pain, pelvic pain, SI joint pain, hip pain, and tailbone pain.

Jessie also experienced pelvic pain during her pregnancies and after a difficult delivery with her first son, she is even more passionate about treating individuals who are pregnant and in the post partum phase. She desires to help them have a more comfortable pregnancy and provide tools for an easier post partum recovery as well since she has experienced both vaginal and Cesarean births.


She earned her doctorate in physical therapy in 2013 from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences and her Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise and Sport Science in 2008 from Oregon State University. 


Board Certified Women's Health Clinical Specialist

Certified Manual Physical Therapist

Certified in Dry Needling through Kineticore for the spine and pelvic floor muscles


In her free time, Jessie loves spending time with her husband and two sons, hiking, cooking, and baking. 

Dr. Renee Routhier PT, DPT

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Dr. Renee Routhier has a strong background in manual therapy and believes in providing an individualized, holistic approach to her treatments. She is eagerly working toward becoming a certified pelvic rehabilitation specialist and has a special interest in bridging the gap between athletics and pelvic floor for both men and women of all ages and fitness levels. She is passionate about helping her patients be able to regain the power and confidence in their lives, relationships, and physical capabilities. She also enjoys working with women during pregnancy and postpartum educating them about the pelvic floor and helping them return to their goals postpartum.


She grew up in Idaho playing sports competitively and got into weightlifting/bodybuilding in college which is where her passion sparked for wanting to help people live a pain-free and limit-free lifestyle. Renee has also personally experienced how much pelvic floor therapy can change your life which drove her interest in pursuing women’s health rehabilitation.


She graduated from Rocky Mountain University with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) and obtained her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at Boise State University.  


When not in the clinic, she loves training at the gym to compete, skiing, hiking, and being outdoors with her fiancé. 

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