Sharon offers what is missing in the current healthcare world – a system that does not listen, does not give answers, and does not provide tools. Instead, she works with her patients to find the best treatment plan to alleviate symptoms, eliminate the cause of the symptoms, and prevent them from returning in the future. Her unique skillset in pelvic, visceral, and orthopedic physical therapy allows her to treat even the most complex conditions in a brand new way.
The name Kintsu comes from kintsugi, or kintsukoroi, which is the Japanese art of joining or repairing broken pottery with a precious metal such as gold. The piece transforms into a new, more beautiful work of art.
When we experience pain, disease, or dysfunction, we typically want to hide every trace of that experience. At Kintsu, we believe in turning that experience into something beautiful. We believe in celebrating who our scars have allowed us to become.
At Kintsu, you can take back control over your health and your life. You will not be spoken over, demeaned, or told what to do without understanding the reason why or how. You will be fully educated on your condition and given tools that you can use to support your healing.