About Pelvica

What sets us apart from most of other clinics is that our patients always receive full one-on-one sessions with the Physical Therapist. The treatments are customized to each individual patient's needs - incorporating physical therapy modalities, manual therapy, and strength training. Pilates and Yoga techniques are often incorporated in our exercise programs.  

Women's Health is an emerging and rapidly growing field in physical therapy in the United States. In most of the Western countries it is an established standard of care. The aim of this specialty is to effectively help women overcome issues that are commonly overlooked and marginalized, yet greatly reduce quality of life. Some of these conditions have had stigmas attached to them and others have been swept under the rug as 'normal' side effects of milestones in a woman's life - being pregnant, having a baby, undergoing surgeries, and going through menopause.  

Our mission is to guide women through these life stages and help them maintain or return to a healthy lifestyle, free of pain, discomfort, and even embarrassment.

To find out whether Women's Health Physical Therapy is appropriate for you and how it can benefit you, contact us for a consultation with a Physical Therapist.  


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About Meri

Meri Meloyan, MPT is the founder of Pelvica Physical Therapy. 

Meri received her Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from the California State University – Long Beach following her Bachelor’s Degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the University of California – Santa Barbara.

She completed her clinical internships at Methodist Hospital of Southern California as well as the renowned Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center where she participated in the Leadership for Effective Intercultural Practice program.

Within the physical therapy profession, Meri has found her passion in women’s health and has pursued specialization through the Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute. She has completed a course in Yoga for pelvic pain as well as a Pilates instructor training. She periodically attends continuing education courses and seminars in order to stay up-to-date with clinical research and provide her patients with the most current treatment methods.

Meri establishes trusting relationships with her patients and is driven by the positive changes in their lives. She has dedicated her entire practice to helping women because she knows and understands the difficulties and limitations when it comes to feminine healthcare. Meri creates a comfortable and nonjudgmental environment where she welcomes women to openly communicate about intimate and sensitive issues. She is calm and caring and will ensure that you and your concerns are being heard. She is proud to be part of the movement to improve women's well being.