Susan Palmer, PT

Susan Palmer, PT at Palmer Physical Therapy in Wichita KS

Susan Palmer, PT is a 1995 graduate of Wichita State University. Her background is in orthopedic physical therapy, and she received additional education in physical therapy for cancer treatment and women’s health issues (Herman & Wallace training).


"Let's Get Physical" to address side effects of cancer treatment

"After cancer diagnosis, many patients anticipate a treatment regimen that might include surgery, chemotherapy, targeted therapy, immunotherapy or radiation.  But there's another type of treatment that can benefit people with cancer, and it's one that they don't always get - physical therapy.  Physical therapy can help address side effects of cancer or its treatments, including pain, weakness, body changes and fatigue." 

Physical Therapy for Pregnancy and Motherhood

The transition from pregnancy to motherhood can be one of the most joyous transformations in a woman’s life, but various health issues resulting from pregnancy, labor and delivery can create challenges for new mothers while caring for her baby. Pelvic pain, neck and low back pain and urinary incontinence after pregnancy puts physical limitation on new moms, some intense enough that women are unable to accomplish normal daily routines. Plus, moms tend to place the maintenance of their own health far down on the list of priorities.

Physical Therapy for Chronic Pelvic Pain

Many women suffer in silence or are afraid or embarrassed to talk about such a personal issue – chronic pelvic pain, including painful intercourse and interstitial cystitis. Other women visit many healthcare providers seeking answers about the source of their pain, and an estimated 15 percent of women aged 18-50 experience chronic pelvic pain, which can vary in intensity and increase in severity during menstruation.

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