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Hannah Lasky, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Hannah is an orthopedic and pelvic floor physical therapist. Following graduation from Rosalind Franklin University’s Physical Therapy program, she has taken continuing education courses to further specialize in women’s and pelvic health, and will continue on this path to become a board-certified women’s health clinical specialist. She is passionate about helping women of all ages to achieve their goals and reach optimal physical health. In addition to treating conditions related to the pelvic floor, she also has experience treating various orthopedic conditions, athletes, and neurological disorders. 


Hannah also has a personal training certification through the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), and assists with creation and leadership of Vitality’s Run Club. She enjoys taking part in this community-based program to help women gain strength and confidence through exercise.

Why I practice

women’s physical therapy

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I was exposed to pelvic floor physical therapy in my graduate program, and I was immediately fascinated by how impactful physical therapy can be for a wide variety of conditions. As I continued to learn more about pelvic PT examination and intervention, I became aware of my passion to advocate for women’s health and educate my patients about their bodies. I enjoy treating patients with bladder and bowel dysfunction, sexual dysfunction, pelvic pain, and pregnant/postpartum women. My goal as PT is to improve my patients’ quality of life, and I strive to create a safe space to discuss all things related to their care. 



  • Doctor of Physical Therapy: Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science: 2021

  • Bachelors of Science and Health: DePaul University 2018

Advanced Training

  • Pelvic Health Physical Therapy Level 1 (APTA)

  • Pelvic Health Physical Therapy Level 2 (APTA)


  • National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM): personal training


  • American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)


  • Illinois Physical Therapy Association (IPTA)

  • Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy,

       A Component of the APTA