Specialization in Pelvic Floor Therapy
B.S., St. Ambrose University; DPT, Washington University
Running and spending time on the farm with her husband and sons.
Katie Ruebush, PT, DPT, a Bushnell, IL native, received her B.S. double majoring in Exercise Science and Human Performance and Fitness with a minor in Biology from St. Ambrose University. She went on to earn a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Washington University in St. Louis, completing clinical rotations at Rush Hospital in Chicago, IL and The Rehabilitation Institute of St. Louis. After completing a women’s health clinical at Rush Hospital and participating in a women’s health focus study under a women’s health board certified physical therapist and professor at Washington University, Katie began to specialize in pelvic floor therapy in 2013. Katie has since expanded her knowledge and experience in this area but also treats patients with various orthopedic and neurological conditions. Katie is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and the Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy.
“As a lifelong athlete and now mother, I enjoy helping patients reach their personal goals of returning to their activities of daily living, hobbies, and exercise routines after injuries, surgeries, or childbirth.”