Laura Marzulli, PT

Pelvic Health, Physical & Occupational Therapy

Practices In: Bloomingdale
Patients Seen: Adults

My pas­sion is to help each and every one of my patients to reach their per­son­al goals, and to strive to help them improve their over­all sense of well-being. To do this I do my best to get to know them as indi­vid­u­als and lis­ten to their con­cerns. I believe that com­mu­ni­ca­tion is impor­tant so I work to build a rap­port with my patients in order to guide them through their rehab process. I believe in edu­cat­ing and empow­er­ing each patient so that they under­stand their con­di­tion and learn how to use the tools I give them to reach their high­est poten­tial. I have focused my pro­fes­sion­al career and inter­ests on improv­ing the lives of women and the unique con­di­tions that are spe­cif­ic to the female population.

Board Certifications
Physical Therapy, Certificate in Women's Health from Texas Women's University
Clinical Interests

Pelvic Health, Pelvic Floor Dys­func­tion, Pelvic Pain, Uri­nary incon­ti­nence, Blad­der Dys­func­tion, Fecal Incon­ti­nence, Bow­el Dys­func­tion, Pre­na­tal Con­di­tions, Post­par­tum Con­di­tions, Post abdom­i­nal surgery or post hys­terec­to­my, Man­u­al Ther­a­py, Myofa­cial Release, Pelvic Floor Therapy/​Incontinence, Pelvic Health Ther­a­peu­tic Exer­cis­es and Osteopenia/​Osteoporosis

Personal Interests

The thing I enjoy the most is spend­ing time with my fam­i­ly, espe­cial­ly my two grand­daugh­ters! I also enjoy walk­ing, exer­cis­ing, gar­den­ing, read­ing and traveling.

National Osteoporosis Foundation International Childbirth Educator's Association American Physical Therapy Association Chicagoland Pelvic Floor Research Consortium
University of Vermont Graduation Date: 1985 Degree: BS


Manual Therapy, Myofacial Release, Therapeutic Exercises


Osteopenia, Osteoporosis, Pelvic Floor Therapy/Incontinence