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Kimberlee Leishear, DO

Dr. Leishear received her medical degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. She then completed a residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation from University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Dr. Leishear is board-certified by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and a member of the American Osteopathic Association and International Pelvic Pain Society.

Dr. Leishear has always had a love of science and a curiosity for how things work. Her passion for medicine grew out of the ability to build relationships and connect with people while helping to make a difference in their lives. Her approach truly aligns with what drove her to be an osteopath, as well as a physiatrist, which is to use a holistic, multidisciplinary approach to improve a patient’s quality of life using the least invasive treatment as possible.

 

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Why did you become a doctor?

I’ve always had a love of science and a curiosity for how things work. My passion for medicine grew out of the ability to build relationships and connect with people while helping to make a difference in their lives.

 

What is your approach to pelvic pain?

My approach truly aligns with what drove me to be an osteopath as well as a physiatrist which is to use a holistic, multidisciplinary approach to improve a patient’s quality of life using the least invasive treatment as possible.

 

How would you define patient care?

I believe the foundation of patient care starts with listening to and understanding what the patient is going through on both a physical and emotional level. Only then can the best level of care be provided.

 

Education

University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Residency, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Medical School

 

Physician License

Michigan

Professional Medical Association Memberships

Our Philosophy

At Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine, we look at things differently. We consider the patient as a whole person, and we focus on the pelvic region because it’s the central core of your body. The pelvis is one of the primary regions in your body that helps your muscles, nerves, organs, ligaments and bones work together as a unified organism.

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Kimberlee Leishear, DO – Patient Testimonials

Caring. Comprehensive.Correct.Gave me my life back, The entire process was patient centered and compassionate. I came to the PRM in terrible, life altering pain-physical and emotional. Dr. Leishear allayed my...
Am grateful to find a level of relief after years of none and feel in time, will continue.
Recommended, Am grateful to find a level of relief after years of none and feel in time, will continue.

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Practice Safety Protocol

The health and safety of our patients and employees is Pelvic Rehabilitation Medicine’s top priority. While remaining open, our Team is strictly adhering to the recommendations offered by the CDC, and our disinfecting policies are meticulously executed in each of our offices. We assure you a healthy, safe environment while bringing you the exceptional healthcare you deserve. 

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