Bonnie Bahler, DPT has been practicing pelvic health physical therapy in the Salem area since 2012. She obtained her undergraduate degree from Western Oregon University and Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy from Pacific University. Bonnie brings a lot of heart and enthusiasm, as well as a strong drive for continued learning to her physical therapy practice. Each year she strives to learn more in order to fulfill her passion for patient and community education.
Bonnie believes pelvic health starts at the pediatric stage and everyone (no matter the age or gender), stands to learn something valuable about their body in pelvic therapy. Her style is a very functional approach. As a mother to three young children, she understands the physical demands of the day-to-day and there are just some things you need to get back to quickly. Therefore Bonnie always considers her patients individual preferences, daily demands, and their body as a whole, when developing an appropriate rehabilitation plan to ensure the best results.
When not in the clinic, she can be found playing soccer, camping, skiing or boating with her husband, Brad, and their children Ainsley, Marley and Brody.