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Restore Her is an orthopedic and pelvic health practice that specializes in treating pelvic pain,

urinary and bowel conditions, sexual dysfunction, menopause, and pre- and post-natal recovery.

Therapy Sessions
The Restore Her Approach

We assess and treat your WHOLE core, which includes:

- Abdominal muscles

- Pelvic floor muscles

- Back muscles

- Diaphragm

- Spine
- Pelvis
- Hips

Finding the "WHY" 

- We don't just treat your symptoms but we want to find the root cause of why it's happening to find lasting relief. 


Treatment sessions

- Each session is an hour-long and hands-on every time with your same therapist.​

Our #1 goal is your comfort!

- You are trusting us with very personal issues and we thank you for that.


It may be your first time dealing with your situation, but trust us when we say it's not our first time hearing and treating it.

Restore Her Physical Therapy Specializes in:

Pelvic Pain

Urinary/ Bowel Dysfunction

Sexual Dysfunction

Pre- and Post-natal Care


and Perimenopause

About Monica

     Hi! My name is Monica Isola, Doctor of Physical Therapy and owner of Restore Her Physical Therapy. I love helping women achieve their goals, whether it's sneezing without leaking, running without pain, or enjoying intimacy without discomfort. My career path didn’t start in pelvic health, but now there’s nothing else I would rather be doing!


     Growing up in Maitland, Florida, I went to Bishop Moore High School and then to the University of Florida for undergrad and my Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Following PT school, I completed a one-year residency in Orthopedics and became board certified in Orthopedics. General sports physical therapy was my jam and I loved it. It all changed after I had my first child. My eyes were opened to what happens to women’s bodies during pregnancy and postpartum. This led me to continue my post-professional training to specialize in pelvic health. I have now bridged the two specialities of orthopedics and pelvic health to best treat the whole person.


     Outside of Physical Therapy, I love spending time with my family and friends. I’m married to my high school sweetheart, Bobby, and we have two amazing kids Robbie (3) and Nora (1). I love running, lifting weights, baking sourdough bread, cooking with my husband, drinking cappuccinos and wine, reading, and binge watching shows.

About Carey
Carey E. Rothschild, PT, DPT, OCS, SCS, CSCS is an Associate Professor in the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at the University of Central Florida. Dr. Rothschild earned a Bachelor of Health Science in Physical Therapy in 1999 from the University of Florida and a Doctor of Physical Therapy from Boston University in 2005.
She is board-certified in both Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy and holds a Certificate of Achievement in Pelvic Physical Therapy. Her 20+ years of clinical practice has been in the areas of orthopedics and sports medicine. Her research interests include management of running injuries, conditions of the female athlete, and pain education.
Dr. Rothschild is an avid runner, swimmer, and triathlete having completed numerous races including the Boston Marathon. She was awarded the James A. Gould Excellence in Teaching Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Award in 2022.
After having my first child in April 2020, I noticed certain things with my body didn’t return to normal but had accepted that was the cost of going through pregnancy/delivery. When Monica explained to me that I could return to normal with targeted exercises to my pelvic floor, I was immediately interested. After a few short weeks my core felt stronger and I was experiencing less postpartum issues such as leakage when I sneezed. I didn’t think it was possible. Monica is an amazing listener and genuinely created a specialized plan that is helping me reach my goals to help “reset” my body before I have more children. I have seen multiple benefits in a short amount of time from this program and from working with Monica and would recommend to any expecting or postpartum mother.

-Ashley M.

Conditions We Treat:

Pelvic Floor Conditions

  • Chronic pelvic pain

  • Urinary or bowel leakage/retention

  • Pelvic organ prolapse

  • Interstitial Cystitis 

  • Painful sex

  • Low back pain, hip pain, or tailbone pain 

  • Postoperative recovery from a gynecological surgery



Pregnancy Conditions

  • Pelvic pain

  • Low back, tailbone, or pubic pain

  • Diastasis recti 

  • Leaking (incontinence)

  • Proactive strengthening for labor, delivery, and postpartum.

Postpartum Conditions

  • C-Section rehab

  • Vaginal tear recovery

  • Pelvic floor muscle and core retraining

  • Pelvic pain

  • Pain with sex

  • Diastasis recti 

  • Urinary or bowel leakage/retention

  • Guided return to fitness program

Not sure if we can help, or don't see your specific issues listed? 
Give us a call or email to learn more about resolving your symptoms.  
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