Dr. Sneha Gazi, PT, DPT, Physical Therapist
Dr. Sneha Gazi is the owner of Sneha Physical Therapy, an in-home and telehealth physical therapy practice in New York, New Jersey, and Maryland. She holds a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Columbia University and specializes in pelvic floor physical therapy. She treats patients holistically and particularly loves working with pregnancy-related issues such as incontinence, back pain, and pelvic pain. Her podcast, Fit As A Fiddle, provides weekly health and wellness tips to her community of mindful movers, and she also shares helpful tips and resources on her Instagram page. She is the founder and Executive Director of a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, Physical Therapy International Foundation, that brings free PT services globally to underserved populations while teaching students in PT doctoral programs across the United States.
Lindsey Vestal, MS, OTR/L, Pelvic Floor Occupational Therapist
Lindsey Vestal is a pelvic floor occupational therapist, and the founder of The Functional Pelvis, the first “in-home” pelvic health practice in New York City run by an Occupational Therapist. She is a mother of two who has dedicated her career to empowering people to find relief from pelvic floor complications without resorting to invasive surgeries or prescription drugs. She has helped thousands of people overcome chronic pelvic health challenges and has been featured in The New York Times, U.S. News & World Report, Harper’s Bazaar, Motherly, and more.
Ashley Brichter, CCCE, CLC, Certified Cooperative Childbirth Educator
Ashley Brichter is the founder of Birth Smarter, a company committed to providing relevant and engaging educational services to expectant and new parents. She is also a Certified Cooperative Childbirth Educator through CEA/MNY, a DONA trained Birth and Postpartum Doula, Certified Lactation Counselor, and mother of two. Ashley is also trained in Comforting Touch for Labor, Rebozo Techniques for Childbirth, Dream Birth Imagery, Spinning Babies, Prenatal Yoga, and Pelvic Health.
Dayna M. Kurtz, LMSW, CPT, Psychotherapist, Women’s Health Expert
Dayna M. Kurtz is a psychotherapist in private practice and a leading authority on the subjects of maternal and general women’s health. She is the former Director of the Anna Keefe Women’s Center at the Training Institute for Mental Health in Manhattan. Dayna is a writer, licensed social worker, NASM Certified Personal Trainer, and mother. She is the author of Mother Matters: A Holistic Guide to Being a Happy, Healthy Mom (Familius Press) The Total Body Cure for Women (Hearst,) and is a contributor to The Doctor’s Book of Natural Remedies (Rodale). Dayna’s writing has appeared in The Washington Post and The Huffington Post and she has been consulted as an expert for media outlets including The Boston Globe, The Today Show and Sirius XM radio.
Allison Beck, LCSW, Psychotherapist
Allison is a psychotherapist in private practice, specializing in reproductive psychology, parenting and life stage transitions. Allison holds certifications in Maternal Mental Health from the Seleni Institute and has advanced training in Perinatal Mental Health with Postpartum Support International. Allison is an active member of the Hudson Valley Birth Network and has served as an advisor and written contributor on perinatal mental health for various professional service providers and organizations. A graduate of Cornell University and NYU, Allison has been supporting women and families in the NYC metro area for over a decade.
Madison Milmeister, MS, RD, Registered Dietitian
Madison Milmeister is a registered dietitian who specializes in fertility and pregnancy nutrition. She holds an undergraduate degree in Nutrition Science and a master’s degree in Clinical Nutrition. She is currently completing a Master of Education at Columbia University with thesis work that highlights the important role of diet in human fertility. Madison loves working with and inspiring women to pursue peak health early on in their pregnancy journey because she wants to help create a healthier next generation, indefinitely. Her research and practice has led her to the motto, “A persons health starts with their parents efforts.”
Dr. Nadya Swedan, MD, Physiatrist
Dr. Nadya Swedan is a physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist (PM&R/physiatrist) focusing on women’s health, and a mother of three. She is the author of The Active Woman’s Health and Fitness Handbook and Women’s Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation. She has served as a medical advisor to Fitness and Shape magazines, the “Q” Equinox health club blog, and the Women’s Sports Foundation, and is frequently quoted for fitness articles in publications such as The New York Times, Runner’s World, Self, and Real Simple.
Steve Feinberg, CPT, GFI, Functional Movement Specialist
Steve Feinberg is a widely recognized expert in movement science and functional training. He is the creator of Speedball™ Fitness – an evidence-based program that uses a specialized medicine ball to improve core stabilization and multidirectional movement. He is an international presenter and frequent contributor to Men’s Health, Women’s Health, and Shape. His philosophy is to make science-based fitness fun and engaging to help fitness professionals better understand and retain information, and therefore better coach their clients.