Nicole DeBrie PT, DPT, graduated from Kansas State University with a Bachelor’s in Kinesiology and from Rockhurst University with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Nicole has clinical experience treating both males and females with pelvic floor, orthopedic, and persistent pain conditions. Nicole has received extensive training and mentoring from some of the most skilled therapists in the field of pelvic floor physical therapy. She has also completed numerous continuing education courses each year to stay current on the most advanced therapies. Nicole seizes each and every learning opportunity to enhance her knowledge and understanding of the human body. She is passionate in utilizing a holistic and individualized approach to treatment, taking into account the unique factors of every patient’s presentation so she can develop a tailored treatment plan for each of her patients. She understands the power of the mind-body connection and believes that it is important to treat both in order to achieve patients’ goals and improve the quality of patients’ lives. As an athlete who has qualified and competed in the Boston Marathon, Nicole has a special interest in treating pelvic floor conditions in the athletic population among her growing physical therapy practice.
Nicole teaches physical therapy students as an adjunct professor at Rockhurst University and has been a teaching assistant with the Herman and Wallace Institute. Nicole is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), the Missouri Physical Therapy Association (MPTA), and the International Pelvic Pain Society (IPPS). She is currently working towards obtaining her Women’s Health Certified Specialist (WCS) certification through the APTA.