Annemarie Everett Lepe holds a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from UC San Francisco/San Francisco State University, and brings a Pilates Mat certification and experience in orthopedic physical therapy to her practice at Miracle PT.
She is currently working towards her Certificates of Achievement in Pelvic and Obstetrics Physical Therapy, with the goal of a clinical specialization in women’s health (WCS). Whether she is helping women prepare their pelvis for birth or treating pelvic girdle pain or pelvic floor dysfunction, Annemarie loves to empower her patients through education and develop a relationship that lasts throughout their plan of care. To learn more about her professional qualifications please visit her Linked-In page.
Outside of the clinic, Annemarie is an avid yoga and Pilates student and enjoys spending her weekends exploring the Bay Area with her husband.
Elizabeth Miracle MSPT, WCS
Liz Miracle is the owner of Miracle Physical Therapy where she enjoys helping women prepare their pelvis’s for birth and serving those suffering from diastasis rectii, pelvic girdle pain or pelvic floor dysfunction resulting in pain with intercourse, incontinence, and many other diagnosis.
She received her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from Texas Woman’s University and holds a specialization in women’s health (WCS) from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. She also serves as an Assistant Clinical Professor for the University of California San Francisco’s School of Physical Therapy.
Liz holds a Certification in Pelvic Physical Therapy from the American Physical Therapy Association (CAPP) and is currently on the committee revising the certification courses and assists in teaching these courses around the country to other therapists seeking this accolade. She is one of only three pelvic physical therapists in California and the only one in San Francisco who holds both a CAPP and WCS distinction.
As a member of the Mommas Resource Network she is able to connect with other professionals in her field to provide resources to support her patients and their families. She is steadfast in her quest to educate the general public and future practitioners about the delicate topic of pelvic floor dysfunction in order for women to understand that they can begin to live, play and work without embarrassment or pain. To learn more about her professional qualifications please visit her Linked-In page.
Outside of the clinic Liz is a registered yoga teacher and enjoys sharing her practice with her fiancé, especially in Tahoe whether it’s snowing or sunny.