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Kristina "Kay" Mastrocola, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Kay is an orthopedic and pelvic floor physical therapist who graduated from Saint Louis University in 2022 with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT). 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 individuals of all ages and identities to fulfill their goals and achieve the pain-free and fun lifestyle they deserve 


In addition to treating conditions related to the pelvic floor, Kay also has experience treating various orthopedic conditions, neuromuscular disorders such as cerebral palsy and spina bifida, and is well-versed in trauma-informed care.

Why I practice
women’s health physical therapy

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Specializing in pelvic floor physical therapy allows me the unique opportunity to encompass all my passions, including advocacy, education, service, and holistic care. I find in this clinical setting I can be my most authentic self and offer optimism, education, and treatments that promote a pain-free and active lifestyle. I enjoy treating patients who may feel like they have exhausted every option, seen every specialist, or who just want to be seen for who they are and who they want to be. My goal as a physical therapist is to create a safe space for my patients to feel welcome, heard, and cared for. I love treating women’s health because I get to treat more than just the impairment; I get to treat the whole person. 

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  • Doctor of Physical Therapy: Saint Louis University, 2022

  • Bachelor of Science: Exercise Sciences (Concentration: Physical Therapy): Saint Louis University, 2020

  • Bachelor of Art: Bioethics (Concentration: health care ethics): Saint Louis University, 2020

Advanced Training

  • Pelvic Health Physical Therapy: Levels 1 (APTA)

  • Advanced Pelvic Floor Mentoring with Board-Certified Specialist in Women's Health Physical Therapy (present)


  • Personal Trainer through the International Sports Sciences Association (ISSA)


  • American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)


  • Illinois Physical Therapy Association (IPTA)

  • Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy, APTA


Testimonials coming soon

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