About Us


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WHAT IS A PELVIC FLOOR SPECIALIST? A pelvic floor specialist is a skilled women’s health physical therapist with advanced training in the anatomy, function, evaluation and assessment of the pelvis and its corresponding muscles, bones and soft tissue structures.  Women First Rehabilitation leads the industry in pelvic floor rehabilitation with field experts, cutting edge techniques and trained, compassionate staff.

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WHAT MAKES WOMEN FIRST UNIQUE?  Women First Rehabilitation, LLC is an elite healthcare practice devoted exclusively to treating individuals with pelvic pain, urogenital disorders, fertility challenges, prenatal preparation, post-partum musculoskeletal impairments and pelvic floor dysfunctions. All of our practitioners are licensed women’s health physical therapists with advanced knowledge and training in pelvic floor rehabilitation and women’s health. With this kind of expertise, our practitioners have the unique benefit of combing their knowledge of the musculoskeletal, neurological and visceral systems as it relates to conditions specific to an individual’s sexual health and general wellness. We offer a holistic approach to healing by providing all-natural pain-relief, bowel and bladder restoration, nutritional counseling, whole-body strengthening, PostpartumStrong®, weight-loss and wellness programs.

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 WHY CHOOSE US?  Your health is important to us. YOU are important to us. That's why we've created a safe, private environment for your healing to take place. We always spend one-on-one, quality time with every individual during every appointment. We will exhaust every avenue to help you reach your highest potential. We will work with your providers and connect you with the right sources to help you maintain your results.



Our Team

Sara Bolden, DPT, WCS - Specialist

Dr. Sara Bolden is a licensed physical therapist and board certified women's health clinical specialist focused exclusively in helping and healing individuals with pelvic pain, urogynecologic disorders and pelvic floor dysfunctions. She is the first board-certified women's health clinical specialist in Atlanta and metro-Atlanta region and started one of Atlanta's first pelvic floor rehabilitation practices devoted entirely to helping individuals with pelvic pain and pelvic floor disorders.  Dr. Bolden is the author of What a Girl Wants: The Good Girls' Guide to Great Sex, a published book educating women about their bodies and helping them have healthy, enjoyable sex lives.  Dr. Bolden is an alumnus of LSU receiving a BS in Biochemistry as well as Shenandoah University where she received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2004. Dr. Bolden believes that treating individuals holistically is the key to lasting results and incorporates wellness protocols with every patient.  Dr. Bolden has a passion for women's health and maintains an evidence-based practice in which she continually reviews research for the latest, most effective treatments available for patients. Dr. Bolden is a current member of the American Physical Therapy Association, Section on Women's Health, Georgia State chapter of APTA, Interstitial Cystitis Network and International Society of the Study of Women's Sexual Health (ISSWSH).

Candice Goch, MSPT, E-RYT (500) - Specialist

Candice Goch, a licensed physical therapist for 21 years, has spent the last 17 years passionately focused on helping women, men and children suffering with pelvic floor dysfunctions.  Combining her knowledge of the body as a physical therapist with her mindfulness as a yoga instructor and skill as a certified aromatherapist, Candice brings a unique, holistic approach to healing the body from injury, surgery and various musculoskeletal trauma.   Candice is currently instructing in the first and only registered Prenatal/Postpartum Yoga Teacher Training School in Georgia, which she helped to develop.  Her goal, through experiential workshops and trainings, is to empower hundreds of instructors with the most up to date information and knowledge specific to the pelvic floor so they can immediately implement exercises that are therapeutic, safe, and instrumental in developing healthy pelvic floors in men, women and children.


Nancy Montgomery - Administrator

Nancy is Women First Rehabilitation's office manager and patient advocate.  She supports patients with scheduling needs, claims submittals and assists them with patient-centered financial options. She ensures that our office is operating smoothly and efficiently. Her compassionate demeanor allows our patients to have a positive experience during every appointment, start to finish. ​​​​​​​ 

Mary Graziano - Administrator

Every patient account is carefully managed by Mary, our Accounts Receivable and Billing Specialist.  Mary is an expert with details and truly advocates for patients to ensure they are paired with the best financial solution.  Mary maintains high ethical standards and is dedicated to assisting each patient with their account needs. ​​​​​​​



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Hours of Operation

Mondays

3:30PM-8:30PM

Tuesdays-Fridays

8:00AM-2:30PM


FAQ

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Billing/Insurance

We offer multiple financial solutions for patients to receive the necessary treatments while making it comfortable on the budget.

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Contact Us

Women First Rehabilitation

Scheduling line: 770-485-7411


WFR inside Advance Rehabilitation

Mondays only 8:00AM-1:00PM

Scheduling line: 706-692-9080