Dr. Danielle Corapi is a Doctor of Physical Therapy specializing in women’s health and treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction with a special interest in pregnancy and postpartum care. She earned her undergraduate degree in Exercise Science from the University of Scranton and her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Upstate Medical University. After graduating physical therapy school, she traveled throughout the United States practicing physical therapy in multiple settings with her focus being in outpatient orthopedics. Throughout her clinical practice, Dr. Danielle always had a passion for working with women and treating impairments associated with pregnancy and postpartum. After years working in the traditional outpatient orthopedics setting, Dr. Danielle knew her calling was in women’s health and decided to make a change. She then returned to her hometown of Syracuse, NY and received specialized training in pelvic floor dysfunction through the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute. Dr. Danielle is passionate about providing women support and helping guide them through the complexities of the prenatal, perinatal and postpartum periods. Dr. Danielle is also a proud mama to her daughter Rylee. After going through pregnancy and postpartum recovery herself she has a deep appreciation for the complexities of the female human body and a passion for providing women the care that they deserve. In order to support women through the motherhood transition, Dr. Danielle received special certification through Birthfit and is now a Birthfit Leader in the community.
Outside of work, Danielle enjoys spending time with her family including her husband, daughter and goldendoodle Graham. Additionally, she has a passion for wellness and enjoys working out at her local crossfit gym and hiking outdoors.
Currently providing individualized one-on-one physical therapy in the comfort of your own home specializing in pelvic floor and health ranging from pelvic pain, incontinence, and perinatal care. My session involves a comprehensive screening and specific testing prior to intervention. Interventions may include and combination of manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, biofeedback and education.
I want to empower all of my patients to be able to return to their functional activities without pain and/or dysfunction.
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