Nancy Phelan is a physical therapist at the University of Vermont Medical
Center. She specializes in Pelvic floor Dysfunction in women and men, and
as it relates to geriatrics, oncology and spinal problems. She treats
patients with conditions such as bowel and bladder incontinence,
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
, musculoskeletal pain, neurologic movement disorders,
Parkinson’s disease, and
pelvic floor dysfunction.
She uses treatments and therapies that include biofeedback and manual
therapy for pelvic pain, manual therapy, prenatal and postpartum exercise.
Nancy finds the most rewarding part of her job is the one-to-one
interaction with patients who are struggling with a problem. She has a
variety of diverse patient care experiences, but now really enjoys
specialization. Nancy works with men and women to help them resolve bowel
and bladder incontinence and pain conditions.
Nancy enjoys collaborating with other health professionals and educating
her patients to provide the best care for their specific needs.
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at the University of Vermont Medical Center.