Who We Are

We are a group of like-minded professionals, each owners of our individuals practices, working together to bring you superior care in the fields of wellness, women’s/men’s health, orthopedic, and pelvic rehabilitation.

Contact us today and let us help you discover your personal path to wellness.

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Phone: (602) 264-3369

Email: info@desertpt.com

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Meet Our Team

Tara O'Keeffe BeranPT, DPT, RYT - tara@desertpt.com
Tara, owner of Desert Physical Therapy and Pelvic Health, has over a decade of clinical experience with both men’s and women’s pelvic floor dysfunction. She graduated from A.T Still University with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She possesses an in-depth knowledge and empathy of the emotional and psychological stresses that can accompany any dysfunction. This comes from a personal journey and understanding through her own dealings with pelvic floor dysfunction. She also hails from a long lineage of physicians, nurses and clinicians in the field of women’s health, obstetrics, and gynecology. Her passion is to revolutionize the way that both women and men recover from low back, hip, and pelvic floor injuries. She pursues this through innovative education, evidence based rehabilitation, advanced manual therapy techniques, and return to fitness programs that promote diaphragm and pelvic floor integration into core strengthening and stability programs.

Tara is a registered yoga therapist, trained in myofascial release and utilizes advanced biofeedback techniques to achieve quicker, lasting results for her patients.

Tara specializes in treating pelvic floor pain due to trauma, infections, post surgical, and dyspareunia (painful sex), as well as stress and urge incontinence, interstitial cystitis, chronic prostatitis and post prostatectomy dysfunction in men.

When not trying to change the world one pelvic floor at a time, she is focused on her other passions: being a mom to Danny and Tyler and wife to her husband Jeff.

Diana L. MungerPT, DPT, RYT - diana@desertpt.com
Diana earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy degree from Northern Arizona University. She opened Desert PT to provide the Valley with a place for holistic rehabilitation and wellness with a focus on pelvic physical therapy. Diana has extensive training in the fields of pelvic rehabilitation and yoga therapy. Her hands-on treatment approach utilizes techniques such as myofascial release, visceral manipulation, and intramuscular manual therapy/trigger point dry needling. Diana’s areas of expertise include prevention and wellness, pelvic pain, low back pain, pain with intercourse, incontinence, post-surgical pain, abdominal adhesions, prenatal/postpartum, and infertility. Her goal is to empower patients to take their rehabilitation into their own hands as they discover their personal path to wellness. When away from the office, Diana loves to spend time with her two young children, amazing husband, and four-legged, furry kiddos.

Diana is currently seeing patients on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays.

Alessandra GoodfellowPT, DPT - alessandra@desertpt.com
Dr. Alessandra Goodfellow, physical therapist and owner of Pelvic Wellness Physical Therapy, received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy and bachelors of science in Exercise Science from the University at Buffalo. Shortly after graduating she moved to Arizona where her focus was on orthopedic and neurological conditions. This ultimately led her to her passion of pelvic health, when her patients would report improvement with bladder function when the focus care was on their other conditions. After spending time researching pelvic health she felt that this area of care is underserved and very much needed to improve the lives of so many people. Alessandra feels that this is the area of care she could dedicate her career to specialize in and treat complex patients.

With over 12 years of experience Alessandra has completed advanced evidence based specialized training to help her patients achieve their goals. Alessandra treats a variety of conditions for women and men related to the pelvic floor including and not limited to low back pain, thoracic back pain, sacroiliac joint pain (SIJ), pelvic pain, abdominal pain, hip pain and dysfunction, urinary and fecal incontinence, over active bladder, Dyspareunia (pain with intercourse), prolapse, diastasis recti, endometriosis, interstitial cystitis, infertility, prenatal and postpartum conditions, chronic prostatitis, benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), post surgical pain and dysfunction.

Alessandra finds that all treatments need to be individualized to the patient to meet their needs and to help improve their function and quality of life and may include therapeutic exercise, manual therapy, visceral mobilization of fascia, myofascial cupping, instrument assisted manual therapy (IASTM), intramuscular dry needling, neurological re-education, and biofeedback.

When away from caring for her patients she enjoys spending her time with her husband and daughter.

Debbie GardnerOffice Manager - debbie@desertpt.com
Debbie, Office Manager of Desert PT, is available to meet your scheduling needs and answer any billing questions.
She may be reached at (602) 264-3369 or by email.