Connie Strey, PT, WCS, BCB-PMD, CMTPT


Physical Therapist

Phone Number: (920) 729-2982
Locations Served:

Connie Strey is a licensed Physical Therapist specializing in Vulvar Disorders and Pelvic Pain. She earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology from Winona State University in Minnesota and received her Degree in Physical Therapy from the Chicago Medical School and Health Related Sciences in Illinois. Connie is also certified in Pelvic Muscle Dysfunction Biofeedback (PMDB) through the Biofeedback Certification Institute of America since 2006.

Connie has been a physical therapist for over 25 years. She has specialized in women's health since 1993. She has experience in hospital base, outpatient rehabilitiation, home health, sports medicine, work hardening, and women's health. At PT Center for Women, Connie treats all types of patients. She has 16 years experience of treating pelvic pain, urinary and fecal incontinence, pre and post partum dysfunction, pelvic muscle dysfunction, pelvic prolapse osteoporosis, osteopenia, fibromyalgia, post mastectomy rehabilitation and dry needling. Connie is passionate about pelvic pain and provides comprehensive musculoskeletal and pelvic floor exams to assure an accurate diagnosis and effective treatment plan.

Connie resides in Oshkosh with her husband and family. She enjoys the outdoors, boating, and family activities.

Memberships:
American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)
Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association (WPTA)
APTA Section on Women's Health (SOWH)
National Vulvodynia Associate
International Society for Pelvic Pain

When treating her patients Connie says, "It is very rewarding to work with women to decrease their pain and restore function and joy to their lives. I structure each woman's treatment specifically for her particular problem she has experienced. I find it rewarding to decrease pain and restore function and joy to their lives."
When treating her patients Connie says, "It is very rewarding to work with women to decrease their pain and restore function and joy to their lives. I structure each woman's treatment specifically for her particular problem she has experienced. I find it rewarding to decrease pain and restore function and joy to their lives."