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Bonnijane Monson, DPT, is a physical therapist who has specialized in pelvic health for over a decade. Her blending of western traditional therapy techniques and non-traditional methods have allowed her to use both science and intuition to facilitate individual and specific care addressing the root cause and not just symptom relief. 


“I started down this road because of my experience with significant post-partum trauma. The experience forced me to look into non-traditional methods of healing. My exploration of these methods led me down a road of being able to blend the physical therapy principles that I had learned and studied in school and in clinics with the methods that I had started discovering with the guidance of teachers and literature. My desire shifted from wanting to treat the physical symptoms of a person to treat the entire being of a person when they walked into my clinic.


Someone with knee pain doesn’t just need their knee looked at. I have to look at their entire body, their history of emotional and physical trauma, their mind-body connections, the way they view themselves and the world. I have to view them as an entire individual. Going through this journey of growth and challenging my own beliefs has led me closer to being the type of therapist that I’ve always wanted to be. One that can help others heal from within.”

Frequently referred to as a “voodoo doctor” or “metaphysical therapist” by her clients, Bonnijane Monson is a Holistic Practitioner and is on a mission to empower women and men from chronic pelvic pain, birth and postpartum trauma, emotional trauma, sexual trauma, chronic illness..... so that you can be your best self enjoying what you love.

Graduating in 2007 from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor’s in Athletic Training, Bonnijane went on to earn her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Utah in 2010. Bonnijane completed an internship at Duke University with a focus on women’s health. From there, she went on to be mentored by one of the leading women’s health physical therapists in northern California for more than two years. Bonnijane returned to the University of Utah as a Women’s Health therapist, where she helped to grow their Pelvic Health program significantly.


Bonnijane is a licensed Doctor of Physical Therapy in the State of Utah and has certifications in trigger-point dry needling, Cellular Release Therapy (CRT), and Advanced Level P-DTR Therapy, and a NARM (Neuro Affective Relational Model) trauma-informed practitioner. Additionally, she has training in visceral mobilization, NueroKinetic Therapy (NKT), Graston Technique, and other advanced pelvic health-specific training.


Bonnijane is married and is the mother of two small children. She lives on the benches of the Wasatch Front, so she has convenient access to the local mountains. She enjoys hiking, biking, soccer, and anything outdoors she can find time for. Between exploring state and national parks in Utah, playing with kids, continuing her education, and her embodiment practices, Bonnijane considers herself to be a fulfilled practitioner.


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