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Dr Rebecca Biland

Physical Therapist, DPT

Dr. Rebecca Biland is the founder of Essential Foundations Pelvic Physical Therapy. She completed her undergraduate degree at Cornell University and then Rebecca enrolled in the University of Delaware where she completed their Doctorate of Physical Therapy Program in 2010. She started her career treating sports injuries and orthopedic conditions in outpatient clinics at JFK Medical Center and at Atlantic Health Sports Physical Therapy. While working with these populations, she became increasingly aware of an underserved pelvic pain patient population and was compelled to pursue continuing education in pelvic floor rehabilitation.


In 2012, she developed and launched a Pelvic Physical Therapy program at Mountainside Hospital in Montclair, NJ, expanding the scope of their outpatient services. A year later she had her first daughter and through personal experience with pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum recovery her commitment and passion to advocate for women's health grew.  Rebecca founded Essential Foundations Pelvic Physical Therapy with a mission to empower women's ability to grow their knowledge and to restore their wellness by seeking treatment for pervasive and undertreated conditions such as pelvic pain, incontinence and other postpartum issues.


By offering a fee for service pelvic physical therapy program Dr. Biland is able to give the one on one personalized care for patients without restrictions of an insurance based health care system, greatly improving the quality of care and increasing her ability to partner with her patients to achieve their personal goals.

When Rebecca is not working, her two young daughters keep her busy. She enjoys running a YouTube channel about cake decorating, DIYs and inventing new cocktails. As a firm believer in balanced living Rebecca loves practicing yoga, meditation, running and HIIT training as well as laying on the couch reading a good book or binge watching a Scifi tv show.  .

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