Katherine Pace, PT, DPT

I’m Dr. Katherine V Pace and I am extremely passionate about helping you navigate through your pelvic floor issues so that you can live your best life.

I graduated from Rutgers University in 2005 with a Bachelors in Exercise Science. I earned my clinical doctorate from The University of Medicine and Dentistry in 2008. I was exclusively practicing in outpatient orthopedics until I fell in love with the pelvic floor specialty. I became Pelvic Health Certified in 2017.

In 2010 I had become extremely frustrated with at least a dozen different doctors as they failed to take my son’s constipation issues seriously. (He was not even one year old at the time.) I understand what it feels like to be misunderstood, unheard, and lost. Doctors kept telling me my son was fine. I finally sought my own specialists in NYC and quickly thereafter he was diagnosed with a very rare colon disease that needed multiple surgical interventions.

I have a special place in my heart for my patients that are almost made to believe their pain or symptoms are all in their head. I am here to help you find out if there is a better way to resolve your issues through exercise and movement instead of with pills and surgery.

Jessica Golden, PT, DPT

Hi, I’m Dr. Jessica Golden.  I graduated from Rutgers University of New Brunswick, NJ with a Bachelor of Science in Applied Kinesiology and earned my doctorate at Rutgers University in Newark, NJ.

While I was completing my undergrad degree, I was trained as a Sexual Health Advocate for the Rutgers Public Health Department.  I facilitated programs focused on educating students on inner and outer pelvic anatomy, sexual health practices, sexual orientation, contraception, and STD’s. I became passionate about raising awareness for sensitive, yet important, topics that could be difficult to discuss.

I went on to graduate school to pursue my passion for helping people live better lives. I was introduced to pelvic floor therapy during my clinical affiliations as a student and knew right away that was an area where I could blend my advocacy work with improving people’s quality of life.

I truly enjoyed education outreach to the community as understanding what pelvic health can encompass is so importance in our daily lives! I have loved practicing in pelvic health since graduating in 2017.