Meet Our Perrysburg Pelvic Therapy Team

PT Staff Perrysburg, OH

Karen Liberi, MS MPT WCS
Board Certified Women’s Health Clinical Specialist
Specializes in Pelvic Health for Women & Men

Karen has been practicing as a physical therapist since 1996 after graduating from the University of Delaware. Immediately after graduation, an opportunity arose for her to help start the physical therapy component of the Washington Continence Center in Washington D.C. working closely with a urogynecologist, urologists and colorectal surgeons to help their patients with a variety of pelvic floor dysfunctions.

Karen moved to Maine in 2003 and worked for Holistic Physical Therapy, the largest outpatient women’s health clinic in New England from 2004-2009. In 2009, Karen was board certified through the APTA as a Women’s Health Clinical Specialist (WCS). Karen’s family moved to the Midwest in 2009 and she was fortunate enough to team up with Dr. Croak, a urogynecologist in Perrysburg, OH and has created the NWO Center for Pelvic Rehabilitation and Wellness. Her focus is on improving the health and quality of life of her patients presenting with pelvic pain, incontinence and pelvic floor dysfunction as well as prenatal and post-postpartum patients.

The one on one treatment sessions are essential to allow her patients optimal time and opportunity to begin the healing process and aid with improving their quality of life by minimizing their symptoms. Through her ability to integrate her manual skills, knowledge of the spine, knowledge of pelvic floor dysfunction , core strengthening through Pilates, and pain science education, she is able to customize patient care and improve their function. She is committed to her patients and will work closely with the doctors and other healthcare professionals to ensure a team approach for optimal outcomes.

Karen has lectured nationally about Pelvic Floor Dysfunctions , has performed international webinars and also has guest lectured at University of New England, University of Michigan and Trine University DPT programs. She has lectured locally to Ob-Gyn residents, psychiatry students, local peri-partum conference and to the community.    She also co- produced the sexual and genital pain resource, Healing the Pain “Down There” A Guide for Females with Persistent Genital and Sexual Pain. She is also a Bridge for Pelvic Pain board member.

In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and 2 daughters traveling and hiking and attending community theater shows.

PT Staff Perrysburg, OH

Amy Schnorberger, MS, PT
Physical Therapist

Amy has been a practicing physical therapist for over 30 years.  Her BS in Physical Therapy is from Ohio State University.  She also has a  Master’s of Science degree in Health Care Administration from Independence University.

As a past Director of Rehab Services at St Francis Health Care Centre in Green Springs, Ohio, Amy became interested in pelvic floor therapy. There she treated patients suffering from pelvic pain and incontinence after illnesses, accidents, or surgeries.

Dually licensed in both Ohio and Michigan, she currently treats male and female incontinence/pelvic pain patients, post prostatectomy patients, constipation and fecal incontinence patients  in both outpatient and home care settings. Amy has been part of WHIN (Women’s Health Integrated Network) and provides care at Northwest Ohio Center for Center for Pelvic Rehabilitation and Health.

Amy is married with 2 young teenagers. She likes any outdoor activity, including kayaking, cycling, and paddle boarding.

PT Staff Perrysburg, OH

Peg Zientek  LPTA, CMC
CAPP Trained in Pelvic Health

Peg has been a licensed Physical Therapy Assistant since 1998 graduating from the Professional Skills Institute.  Since that time, she has focused her specialization in the outpatient physical therapy setting treating a variety of orthopedic patients and vestibular/vertigo patients.  She expanded her interest and treatment skills in the realm of women’s health physical therapy and became CAPP (Certificate of Achievement in Pelvic Physical Therapy) trained in women’s health in 2010 and completed additional CAPP training in 2014.

Peg is one of very few PTAs working in the field of pelvic health physical therapy.  She treats women (and men) with pelvic floor dysfunction including incontinence, post-abdomino-pelvic surgeries, pre-natal/post partum and pelvic pain.  She blends her orthopedic skills with the use of biofeedback and MFR techniques and expanded her expertise manual skills by achieving a certificate in medicupping training in 2014 to allow for improving outcomes with her patient’s symptoms.   Peg is a wonderful asset to our pelvic rehab team at Northwest Ohio Center for for Pelvic Rehab & Wellness.


Kelsey Dyer
Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist

Kelsey has specialized in Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation since 2017. She is particularly passionate about helping women find relief from pelvic pain, pregnancy and postpartum care, orthopedics, and community health. She is a mother of 3 and has a history of pelvic pain, which is what ignited her passion for the field.

Kelsey graduated with her Doctorate from Northwestern University in 2017. Since then she has taken ongoing specialty courses and has taught pelvic health physical therapy residency at Ohio State University. She treats all orthopedic and pelvic health diagnoses for all genders. Kelsey is excited to be sitting for her specialty certifications in 2023.

PT Staff Perrysburg, OH

Michelle Mitchell
PFT Administration

Michele started in the physical therapy field in 2004. In 2020 she joined NWO Center for Pelvic Rehab & Wellness as an administrative assistant. She shares the PFT team’s love and compassion for helping patients regain their health following treatment.

Michele is the mother of two grown children who enjoys spending time with her family. She is currently finishing her degree in Human Services.