About Pelvic Prescription

Welcome to Pelvic Prescription Physical Therapy & Wellness, where we are passionate about helping active women and men achieve leak-free workouts and pain-free sex. With our personalized approach and signature 3-STEP process, The Confident Method, we go beyond traditional pelvic therapy. We understand that your pelvic floor needs more than just kegels; it requires length, coordination, and functional strength. Through our individualized care, we empower you to run, jump, lift, and enjoy intimacy without leaks or pain, allowing you to confidently return to the activities you love. Experience the transformative difference at Pelvic Prescription and take the first step towards a stronger, more empowered you.

Stephanie Greenwell

Administrative Assistant

Stephanie is the administrative powerhouse at Pelvic Prescription Physical Therapy & Wellness, and the JOY behind the phone who greets you when you call us. If you are nervous about calling, all your nerves will fade instantly once you talk to Stephanie! Stephanie was born in Central Florida, but moved to North Carolina. She has two boys, Noah and Matthew, and a fur baby, Zoe. In her free time she loves getting outside with family, going on walks, and visiting parks. Her favorite summer activity is the beach, of course!

She is passionate about helping women and men learn about how pelvic floor therapy can change their lives for the better. Stephanie’s favorite thing about being part of our Pelvic Prescription PT team is seeing our patients succeed and get the results they have been searching for! She wishes more people know about pelvic health physical therapy because it is never too late and that people knew that they don’t have to “just deal with” the pain or leakage. She wishes she had known about it before having her boys. Now she is very passionate about getting the word out about how it is life changing in pre-pregnancy, pregnancy, and postpartum!

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Anna Daniels

Administrative Assistant

Anna is our administrative assistant and the brains behind our Monthly Newsletter. Her joyful presence on our team and with our patients will put a smile on your face! Anna is originally from Charlotte, but relocated to Wilmington to attend UNCW. She graduated from UNCW in 2023 with a degree in Public Health and a minor in Spanish. Anna played tennis at UNCW, and loves traveling, dogs, and creating memories with her teammates. She got engaged in December and will be getting married to her best friend this year! A fun fact about Anna is that she can JUGGLE. 

She is passionate about health and wellness with experience in working in various health and wellness spaces throughout her education. Anna is excited to help impact even more lives and outreach to the community by creating meaningful connections!

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Dr. Nicole Worline


Dr. Nicole is a pelvic health physical therapist in Wilmington, NC with many years of experience from multiple specialty pelvic health clinics in Texas and North Carolina. 

She holds advanced training in Integrative Dry Needling (IDN), pregnant and postpartum athletes, pre/postnatal conditions and treatment, labor and delivery preparation, bladder conditions, bowel conditions, pelvic pain, sexual dysfunction, integrative dry needling, and is a certified clinical instructor for Doctor of Physical Therapy students.

Dr. Nicole is a Wilmington native, however started her career in Austin, Texas where she was a finalist for best physical therapist. She holds a Bachelors of Science in Public Health from East Carolina University and her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Elon University. She enjoys baking, floral arranging, and spending time with her husband and dog.

She is passionate about helping provide people with the knowledge and confidence to care for their bodies while dealing with any pelvic floor condition. She loves giving power back to her patients and understands how isolating and impactful these conditions can be to someone’s quality of life. She wishes pelvic floor therapy was a standard of care for all pelvic dysfunction and more women and men felt confident in advocating for themselves and their pelvic floors!

Dr. Lydia Huck


Dr. Lydia is a pelvic health physical therapist in Wilmington, NC with multiple years of experience in specialty pelvic health clinics in Louisiana and North Carolina.

She holds advanced training in pregnancy and postpartum athletes, bladder conditions (i.e. leakage, urgency, retention, bladder pain syndrome/interstitial cystitis), bowel conditions (i.e. leakage, constipation), pelvic pain (pain with intercourse, pelvic girdle pain, endometriosis), pregnancy-related pain, birth preparation, postpartum recovery, and strength training and Integrative Dry Needling (IDN).

Dr. Lydia was born and raised in New Orleans, LA. She has a Bachelor’s from Louisiana State University and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Franklin Pierce University in Arizona. She enjoys pilates, getting out on the boat, crafting with her Cricut, and baking.

Dr. Lydia is passionate about helping women and men overcome bladder and bowel issues because of how impactful this is for our patients to find freedom and confidence! She wishes more women knew that leakage and pain with intercourse are not normal. Don’t wait until the issues worsen before reaching out for help because we are here for you to resolve the issue ASAP.

Dr. Amy Newberry


Dr. Amy is a pelvic health physical therapist in Wilmington, NC. She has specialized training in bladder and bowel conditions, pelvic pain, birth preparation, and return to CrossFit postpartum.

Dr. Amy was born and raised in Atlanta, GA. She has a Bachelor’s in Exercise and Sport Science from the University of Georgia and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Augusta University. She enjoys CrossFit, paddleboarding on the Intracoastal, hiking, and spending time with her fur babies!

She is passionate about helping moms get back to their normal workouts under the barbell, on the Peloton, and on the trail and helping women be empowered in experiencing pain-free intercourse. She wishes education surrounding pelvic health was more widespread to help women and men prepare better for identifying issues and knowing next steps for seeking out help!