Flow Rehab, LLC is a clinic specializing in the care of all ages and all genders who have pelvic dysfunction as well as orthopedic issues or chronic pain. Pelvic dysfunction can include any type of pain in or near the pelvis, and difficulties with bowel, bladder, and sexual health. Chronic pain anywhere in the body can be addressed by our team of skilled providers.
Holly Tanner, PT, DPT, MA, OCS, WCS, PRPC, LMP
Holly Tanner is licensed as a physical therapist and as a massage practitioner in Washington state. Your care will include an individual approach based on your goals, with emphasis on empowering you to contribute to your healing journey. Her extensive experience in patient care, practice management, program development and teaching provides for efficient care in cooperation with your other valued providers.
Holly graduated from the College of St. Scholastica with a Masters in Physical Therapy in 1995. She completed training as a licensed Massage Practitioner in 2003 (MA00017967) and has combined her love for both fields by integrating bodywork into patient care. In addition to physical therapy and massage practitioner degrees, Holly is ABPTS board-certified in Orthopedics and in Women's Health, and is certified as a Pelvic Rehabilitation Provider. She has been certified as a Clinical Instructor and as a Pelvic Muscle Dysfunction Biofeedback provider.
She completed a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2013 at the College of St. Scholastica, where Holly serves as adjunct faculty in the Transitional Doctoral of Physical Therapy (DPT) program. In addition to serving as adjunct faculty both in the classroom and in the online DPT program for St. Scholastica, Holly served as adjunct faculty for the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington, where she taught the graduate-level anatomy course within the Physical Therapy program and developed an elective in Women's Health.
Currently, Holly serves as the Director of Education for the Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute, which she joined as faculty in 2006. For the Institute, Holly teaches the Pelvic Floor Series, the Peripartum courses, and the Male Pelvic Rehabilitation course. She is also the resident blogger and enjoys mentoring new instructors. She has served as a consultant to hospitals, private clinics, medical companies, state chapters, new practice owners, and for research project development.
Rachel Kilgore, PT, DPT, OCS, COMT
Director of Women's Health, Director of Marketing
Rachel Kilgore graduated from Central Washington University in 2004 where she received a Bachelor of Science degree with a minor in Nutrition. She received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Washington (Go Dawgs!) in 2007. Rachel has primarily worked in the realm of orthopedics, and in 2015 passed the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists (ABPTS) Orthopedic Certified Specialist (OCS) exam. She is also certified with the Ola Grimsby Institute as a manual therapist (COMT).
The field of Women's Health is also an area of clinical passion for Rachel, as she has worked with women during and after pregnancy, and with all pelvic health issues such as prolapse, bowel health, bladder dysfunction, and pelvic girdle pain, to name a few. After giving birth to her first child, Rachel is especially passionate about sharing her knowledge and easing the path for women who are pregnant or in their postpartum period. Rachel works with patients of all genders and ages, and with an extensive background in collegiate athletics, also loves to help return people to their favorite activities, be it playing with their grandchildren or hitting the slopes.
You can read Rachel's blog contributions for the Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute by clicking here. Rachel can also be found helping Medbridge Education with medical education writing or with home exercise program shoots. When not working, she loves to spend time with her husband and daughter. Look for the family at any Sounders, Huskies, or other Seattle sports game!
Jake Bartholomy, PT, DPT
Director of Men's Health
Jake graduated with his Bachelors of Science in Exercise & Sport Science from Pennsylvania State University, where he competed in running. In 2000 Jake earned his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Slippery Rock University. His background in general orthopedics as well as sport sciences is strong, and Jake's clinical passion also includes pelvic rehabilitation.
Although there are few male rehabilitation professionals who specialize in treating male pelvic dysfunction, Jake has worked for years with men who have pelvic pain that may affect bowel, bladder, and sexual health. Pelvic pain can also interfere with work, relationships, fitness and leisure activity, which makes treating these conditions most rewarding. Many Seattle area providers rely on Jake to help men recover from prostate surgeries, urinary incontinence, or other challenges associated with the pelvis.
In addition to clinical work, Jake assists practice owner Holly Tanner in teaching the 3-day Male Pelvic Dysfunction course, which offers training to other health care providers about the issues in male pelvic pain, urinary and prostate disorders, and sexual health. Jake has also spent many years coaching high level athletes, and when he is not working or coaching, he enjoys training as well for running events.
Kate Bailey, PT, DPT, MS, E-RYT 500, CPI
Kate joins the practice with an intriguing background as a dancer, Pilates and yoga instructor, and movement therapist. In addition to her skills in movement training, Kate is a physical therapist who has a passion for pelvic health. Despite being a new graduate as a Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of Delaware, Kate has already completed several post-graduate level courses with the Herman & Wallace Rehabilitation Institute, and completed a 10 week outpatient internship at a well known clinic specializing in pelvic health. Internships in neurologic, pediatric, acute care, sports and orthopedics were also a part of Kate’s training.
Professional memberships include the American Physical Therapy Association and Yoga Alliance. As the Founder of her nonprofit organization moovFoundation, Kate developed mindfulness and movement programs for kids. Her continuing education experiences are broad, and include modalities such as Feldenkrais, Gyrotinic®, Franklin method, and aquatic therapy.
Kate loves the Pacific Northwest and looks forward to connecting to patients at Flow and with the movement therapy community in which she is well-versed. The other therapists at Flow look forward to learning from and with Kate to better serve our community.