The Pelvic Physical Therapy Team is made up of Dr. Amanda Moe and Dr. Leslie Guier. We are devoted employees of COM Aquatic's Physical Therapy Department and are both new(er) to Midland, Texas! The Physical Therapy department at COM strives to employ highly skilled and trained practitioners to serve the needs of our community. Due to the growing need for Pelvic Physical Therapy services in West Texas, we were brought on to expand COM-PT's Pelvic Physical Therapy Department and better serve the community of Midland and Odessa!
Dr. Amanda Moe is the ONLY Specialty/Board Certified Pelvic Physical Therapist in the Midland/Odessa area and has specialized in pelvic health physical therapy exclusively since 2012. Amanda specifically treats men, women, and children with disorders of the pelvis and pelvic girdle. Amanda has taken over 40 courses (totaling over 500 hours of specialized education and training) specifically related to the pelvic girdle and overall pelvic health. Additionally, Amanda is a dedicated Teaching Assistant for the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute providing over 100 hours education/training to future Pelvic Therapists!
Amanda's has a wide variety of clinical experience in the field of pelvic health including working for two major hospitals in Houston, TX; working for and with two of the "Top 10 Best Children's Hospitals in the US" regarding pediatric pelvic physical therapy services; assisting with pelvic physical therapy program development in Houston, TX and Pittsburgh, PA; as well as working in both the in- and out-patient pelvic physical therapy setting treating Men, Women, and Children.
In 2015, Amanda earned her Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification (PRPC) to distinguish herself as a highly qualified and specialized practitioner in the field of pelvic health. In 2017, Amanda and her colleagues at Texas Children's Hospital were published in the Journal of Pediatrics regarding pediatric pelvic physical therapy for bowel dysfunction. Amanda’s Latest achievement is writing and publishing her first book titled Pelvic PT for ME: Storybook Explanation of Pelvic Physical Therapy for Children.
Amanda enjoys assistant teaching with the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute in her free time as well as working out, hiking, biking, practicing yoga, and spending time with her family.
Dr. Amanda Moe, PT, DPT, PRPC
Dr. Leslie Guier, PT, DPT
Dr. Leslie Guier graduated in 2009 from Elon University in North Carolina with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. She followed her passion for pediatrics to an internship at Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston, TX. Leslie spent most of the early years of her career at Texas Children’s treating pediatric patients in an outpatient setting. She also specialized in aquatic therapy while at TCH.
After having her first daughter and her own postpartum challenges, she found a new passion for women’s health and pelvic floor therapy. Leslie decided to change her career path and began working at an outpatient clinic in Houston, TX. There she specialized in pelvic floor PT and also treated orthopedic clients.
She has attended multiple continuing education specialty courses in pelvic floor physical therapy through the American Physical Therapy Association, Herman & Wallace, and Alcove. Leslie is trained to treat women through the lifespan with incontinence, pelvic pain, constipation as well as during the pregnancy and postpartum periods. She is currently working toward completing her Board Certification in Pelvic Physical Therapy.
In her free time, Leslie enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters, working out, being outdoors, and cheering on the LSU tigers.