Debra Goldman,


Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification.

Debra was born and raised in New York City, where she returned to pursue a career in modern dance, after receiving an M.A. in Dance and Human Kinetics from George Washington University. Following her own dance related injuries, she became fascinated by the burgeoning field of dance medicine, and earned a B.S. in physical therapy from Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine. After graduating, Debra returned to Manhattan and for 12 years she worked at orthopedic and sports medicine clinics in the financial district. She also created a practice with a focus on pre-natal and post-partum issues, located in New York’s only free-standing midwifery-run childbearing center. In 2002, Debra relocated to New Jersey, where she immersed herself in the study and practice of her true professional passion—healing pelvic floor dysfunction. Debra’s work is informed by her love of movement, her continuing commitment to excel in delivering skilled hands-on care, and helping to empower all patients to take responsibility for their own care. In 2014, Debra received certification through the Herman& Wallace Pelvic Rehab Institute. She is proud to be part of the inaugural group of highly experienced pelvic floor therapists receiving this recognition.

Matt Fields physical therapist

Matt Fields,


Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist
NATA Certified Athletic Trainer

Matt grew up in small towns in Iowa, and was an all-around athlete, competing in golf, football, baseball, and wrestling. He received his degree in athletic training from the University of Iowa, where he worked as a trainer with the Iowa Hawkeyes football team. Matt earned his B.S. in physical therapy from Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine, where he discovered passion for manual therapy and out-patient orthopedic physical therapy. For 14 years, Matt worked in orthopedic and sports medicine clinics in Manhattan, before relocating to New Jersey. Matt has taken more than 75 continuing education courses in osteopathic-based mobilization, visceral and neural manipulation, and prescriptive exercise and male pelvic pain.  He has also developed continuing education courses for physical therapists in these fields. Patients who are treated by Matt often tell him that other traditional therapies have failed them, and that they have never before experienced such integrated and experienced care.