Plymouth Women's Health and Wellness Center

Address and Hours

118 Long Pond Road

Suite 205

Plymouth, MA 02360

P: 508-591-8352

F: 508-927-4242

Meet Our Team 
Beth Welch
Simmons College

Beth is the clinic manager of the Women’s Health and Wellness Center. She graduated from Simmons College with a Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy in 2001. While attending school she worked in OB/GYN at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. With fifteen years of experience and extensive post-graduate training, Beth specializes in the treatment of pelvic health in women. This includes, but is not limited to, pregnancy, post-partum, pelvic pain, IC, trauma, incontinence, prolapse, scar-tissue adhesions, abdominal pain, and GI dysfunction.

Beth lives in Plymouth with her husband and two children. In her spare time, She enjoys running, baking, and spending time with family and friends.

Megan Seymour
University of Maryland Baltimore

Megan graduated from the University of Maryland Baltimore with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy Degree in 2013. Her post-graduate training includes completion of a one year residency program in advanced manual therapy techniques at the Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy which she has brought to her treatment of neck, back, shoulder, hip and knee injuries. Megan has extensive experience treating a variety of orthopedic, post surgical, and athletic injuries.  Her treatments combine manual techniques, therapeutic exercises and functional/sport training, injury prevention and patient education.  Megan enjoys working with recreational and competitive athletes.  

Megan has also completed post-graduate training in Pelvic Health. Megan is bringing her orthopedic background to treat back, sacroiliac joint and hip pain in addition to assessment of alignment, range of motion/strength deficits, soft tissue restrictions, and musculoskeletal dysfunction as it relates to pelvic health conditions. Megan applies internal and external manual therapy techniques, core/pelvic floor strengthening, proximal stability, flexibility training, and functional training to treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction.  Megan brings a musculoskeletal approach to the treatment of pelvic floor hypo/hypertonicity, pelvic floor dysfunction, pelvic pain conditions, Sacroiliac pain, piriformis syndrome, pelvic surgery, pelvic organ prolapse, urinary/fecal incontinence and frequency, pregnancy and post-partum conditions, and prudenal neuralgia. 

Rennie Gilman
Specialties and Services Offered at this Clinic