Dr. Mulder has been practicing physical therapy on the Seacoast for over 20 years. She completed her Master’s degree at Springfield College in 1997 and received her Doctorate from Mass General Institute of Health Professions in 2005. Andrea has been a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist since 2002. She has received advanced training and certifications in pelvic floor, bladder and bowel dysfunction through the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Health Institute. She has been a certified Stott Pilates instructor since 2003 and has enjoyed teaching classes for individuals with spinal conditions as well as Breast Cancer rehabilitation. Her classes at Oceanside incorporate her expert knowledge of the pelvic floor and Pilates concepts, making her class unique to the needs of our clientele and unlike any other Pilates class on the Seacoast.

Her individual, intuitive treatment approach emphasizes assessing the unique individual and body as a whole and not just the dysfunction. She utilizes various forms of manual therapy including her advanced certification in dry needling. She also has done visceral mobilization training through the Barral Institute, which has allowed further techniques to treat the whole person.

Andrea, her husband and two children love spending time outdoors, camping, hiking and finding time to be with friends and family. As a cancer survivor, she is well aware of the challenges in the healthcare system, finding a work/life balance and prioritizing her own health.