Patient PA

I suffered for over 30 yrs with constipation and bowel obstructions due to adhesions from several abdominal surgeries. Nari’s treatments have made me a new woman. I also had pelvic floor issues which she uncovered during the course of my treatment and corrected those as well. I no longer

Patient PK

I was referred to Nari after two surgeries (hysterectomy and pelvic floor repair), and I had constant pain in my vagina area, especially when sitting. I was also having constipation problems. Nari helped me with these problems and has relieved my vagina pain through therapy. She also helped me

Patient AK

When I was 19 years old I had constant pelvic pain. It was a persistent problem that interfered with my everyday life. The cramping was so bad I often wore a stick on heating pad to my college classes, always slept with a plug in heating pad, and avoided intimate contact due to pelvic pain.

Patient RH

I am so happy to recommend Nari Clemmons as a pelvic floor therapist. She has changed my life and this is how: I suffered for about two years from urine and bowl inconstancy. I thought for my age of 78 that this is one of the issues for aging. When I went to Mayo Clinic […]

Patient KM

Nari is the BEST. I am an oncology patient in remission. Prior to treatment, i had 4th degree tears during the birth of my first son. Nari has helped me with pelvic floor/incontinence issues from the tears (that were exacerbated by the cancer treatments), the fascial/muscle issues from

Patrick Woodman, DO, Urogynecologic Surgeon and Chief of Specialty Care at Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine.

“Nari has impeccable credentials.  She has singled herself out from her peers by her interest and passion for her field, her caring, her teaching interest and her aptitude.  Several of my pelvic pain patients, whom no one else has been able to help, have sought me out to tell the wonderful,

Lee A Learman, MD, Phd, Chair, department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Chlarence E. Ehrlich Professor. (Dr. Learman runs a pelvic pain clinic at IU)

“I refer patients with myofascial pain syndromes of the abdomen, pelvic, and hip region to Nari for physical therapy intervention.  Many of my fellow OB/GYN’s also refer to Nari.  I chose to refer to Nari because of the feedback I receive from my patients, patient outcomes, and her

Diane Settles, MD, Gastroenterologist, Assistant Clinical Professor or Medicine

“I work as a Gastroenterolgist, (specializing) in bowel motility disorders and pelvic floor within the realm of gastroenterology and hepatology.  I did specialized training at Mayo Clinic in Rochester.  When I first started my career at IUHealth, I sought out a meeting with the lead pelvic

Christy Krieg, MSN, FNP, Certified Urologic Nurse Practitioner

“Nari has helped many of my patients—both female and male—reduce pain through non-pharmacologic means, being ever sensitive to the personal nature of the condition and the individual needs of each client.  Nari never shies from taking on challenging patients, including those with

Gaston Da Costa, M.D, Neurologist and Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology.

“All the patients that were referred to (Nari) on my behalf communicated thier satisfaction, and more importantly, their significant clinical progress towards resolution of the reason why they were referred to physical therapy.  Mrs. Clemons has demonstrated throughout the years, a