Pelvic Tech
30 N. Gould st STE R
Sheridan, Wyoming 82801

Pelvic Tech has revolutionized the pelvic device distribution industry. Being that we are a company run by Pelvic Health Clinicians, we feel strongly about making sure that clients/patients are able to get the best and most appropriate devices- with a clear and thorough knowledge of how to use them. By helping people take control of their own health and recovery, they will work that much harder to heal and restore their own pelvic floor functioning.

Our mission is to partner with manufacturers: we help to sell the devices from a clinical standpoint, as we have the marketing team and professional credibility to do so! The digital campaigns that we create will be specifically tailored to reach anyone and everyone who would benefit from such products. 

Our website includes all devices to strengthen and heal a person from the floor to their core. We are carefully vetting the products to ensure that they are truly effective. After all, we have a reputation to uphold! :)

Meet our team of practitioners:

Susannah Haarmann PT/CLT/WCS

Susannah Haarmann, PT, CLT, WCS graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology in 2003. In 2007 she attended North Georgia College and State University obtaining a masters degree in Physical Therapy. Before focusing her attention on the practice of women’s health, Susannah became a well-rounded therapist working in various settings from acute care to outpatient manual therapy. She completed a residency in women’s health at Duke University in 2012 and currently treats the women’s health, lymphedema and orthopedic populations at Mission Hospital in Asheville, North Carolina. Susannah’s passion for improving quality of life in cancer thrivers shows in her dedication to oncology rehabilitation program development at Mission Hospital and sharing her knowledge with other therapists via the course ‘Rehabilitation for the Breast Cancer Patient.’ Outside of being a dedicated therapist, Susannah enjoys traveling, the arts and is an outdoors woman.

Leslie Daley OTR/L

After resolving her own pelvic pain through the John Barnes Myofascial Release method, Leslie felt called to offer this gentle but very effective manual therapy and self-treatment coaching to others. She earned her Master of Science degree in occupational therapy from Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons in 2010 with the goal of helping people resolve chronic or unexplained pain and incontinence. She went on to study and incorporate a myriad of specialized training approaches in women’s health.

Leslie is a sought-after therapist with a private practice on the upper west side of New York City. She has presented workshops to healthcare practitioners, pelvic groups, yoga students and teachers for many years and continues to enjoy educating and empowering men and women in their quest for healing.