Welcome to Peak Pelvic Health Physical Therapy where our mission is restoring confidence in your body through knowledge and understanding.

Pelvic Health Physical Therapy

Pelvic health physical therapy is a specialized area of treatment that focuses on conditions directly related to the pelvis and pelvic organs in women, men, adolescents, and children of all ages + activity levels.

The treatment is non-invasive and designed to address the important and unique needs of pelvic health and wellness.

Each patient will receive a comprehensive one-on-one evaluation and treatment session(s), tailored to meet their individual needs, in a private treatment room, or in the comfort of their own home.

Peak Pelvic Health Physical Therapy moved to a new location on November 30, 2020 approximately 4 miles west of our previous location. The new location is just off NC55 and US 64, across from Beaver Creek Commons. The new address is:

1071 Pemberton Hill Road, Suite 201
Apex, NC 27502

Providing Expert Care

Dr. Amy Pannullo is a Board Certified Women’s Health Clinical Specialist who provides expert physical therapy services for women, men and children for a variety of pelvic health issues. Dr. Pannullo has received extensive training in pelvic floor dysfunction, urinary and bowel dysfunction, pelvic pain, and pregnancy and post-partum management. She also has extensive experience in the treatment of breast and gynecological oncology conditions, such as lymphedema and scar site restrictions.

She earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Stony Brook University located in Stony Brook, New York in 2005. She then earned her Board Certification as a Women’s Health Specialist from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties in 2009. Dr. Pannullo served as part of a multidimensional team at Duke Health for 13 years before starting her own practice. Prior to her career as a physical therapist, Dr. Pannullo worked as a certified athletic trainer with both high school and collegiate athletes.

She is an active member of her professional organization at both the state (North Carolina Physical Therapy Association) and national (American Physical Therapy Association) levels. She has served on the Section of Women’s Health (SoWH) Board of Directors, the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS) Women’s Health Specialty Council, and various committees.

Dr. Pannullo has been a presenter for the North Carolina Physical Therapy Association, a guest lecturer and teaching assistant for Doctorate of Physical Therapy programs in the area, and a residency mentor for Duke Women’s Health Residency Program. She is the founder and owner of Peak Pelvic Health Physical Therapy.

She is an avid runner and health enthusiast. She enjoys spending time with her husband, two children and dog.


“First let me start off by saying I’ve been treated by four different pelvic floor physical therapists since the Fall of 2012. By now I’ve learned a few things including what techniques and treatments help me and those that don’t. Of the four different physical therapists, hands down, Dr. Amy was and still is the best for ME! She didn’t ever give up on me and all the difficulties I was and have faced. She listened to my concerns and gave me the best possible treatment. She knew my ‘insides’ better than my GYN! She would always identify the muscle she was working on for my benefit. I was able to identify them myself when I worked with other therapists. She worked closely with my medical doctors as well. She assisted me with insurance hurdles to get support items covered. Basically, what I am trying to say is that you couldn’t want a better pelvic floor therapist!” – LaKisha

“I cannot thank Dr. Amy enough for all the time, patience and encouragement she has provided. She always listens to my concerns and thoroughly explains how we will address them. We set goals and check in with those goals on each visit. I would not trust my condition to anyone else.” – Angela

“I met Dr. Pannullo three years ago through a mutual colleague, which led to us working alongside each other. During our time together, I witnessed Dr. Pannullo always put her patients’ needs first, spending the time necessary for them to felt heard and comfortable. She has a great bedside manner and focuses on the details of each individual patient’s symptoms, never placing someone in a box or giving them a protocol. As a past Women’s Health Residency Mentor, Dr. Pannullo is continuously reading the updated literature so she can provide the best quality care to her patients, and she truly knows how to educate about the various topics in pelvic health. She has built a community in North Carolina and that is what makes her so successful. Dr. Pannullo was an amazing mentor to me for the time we had together; she always brought insight and challenged my thought process, pushing me to be my best clinician. I miss having her next to me in clinic, but I know she is making a real difference taking care of her community. I full heartedly recommend anybody and everybody to see her for pelvic health physical therapy, I have even referred some of my own patients to see her. You will see the value of her expertise within the first appointment.”
– Dr. Jillian Meyer, PT, DPT, WCS, CLT-LANA, Cert DN

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