"Fibromyalgia is bad, but with (Marnie's) help it can be maintained to an extent- tolerable. What's not to like about someone who can help you?" Sharon. Fibromyalgia-Chronic Pain

"I would love for other women to know that this kind of care is available for their pain. Each visit worked towards reducing the pain until I was no longer having it. What a joy to know this didn't require surgery.  Anita. Pelvic Pain

"After a few weeks of therapy and training my pain levels began to greatly improve! ...Understanding the frustration and needs of her patients makes Marnie a number one PT in her field of expertise. I am forever thankful for her." Angela Pelvic Pain-IC

"It helped to talk to someone who really understood that the pain and soreness I had was real and there was a reason for it. For the first time I really understood what was causing it and there was something I could do about it." Karen. Pelvic Pain-IC

"When you think that the therapy is too simple or easy is when it is working the most. Shannon. Neck-Dizziness

"Go before you get really bad and then relief happens sooner." Tim.  Back Pain

"Until I began therapy with Marnie, I did not fully understand my condition(s) and what to do to improve it. She not only provided me with a caring environment for treatment, but provided me knowledge and information to be able to try to work on issues at home."  Dawn.  Pelvic Pain



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Marnie Clemens PT, DPT, WCS, OCS, FAAOMPT, CKTP, FMT has been a physical therapist for over 24 years. Dr. Clemens specializes in the treatment of chronic pain in men, women, and children. She also works with women's health issues and pelvic floor rehabilitation in women and men. Dr. Clemens received her Physical Therapy degree from West Virginia University and her Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from Chatham University in Pittsburgh. She also holds a degree in Psychology from Marshall University. She is a Board Certified Specialist in Women's Health Physical Therapy.  She is also a Board Certified Specialist in Orthopedic Physical Therapy and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists.  She holds additional certifications in nutrition and taping. 

She is a member of several groups including the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), National Fibromyalgia Association, Fibromyalgia Network, International Pelvic Pain Society, Interstitial Cystitis Association, Interstitial Cystitis Network, International Organization of Physical Therapists in Women's Health, National Vulvodynia Association, National Osteoporosis Foundation, and APTA's Sections on Women's Health, Oncology, Neurology, and Geriatrics.

Dr Clemens is a Clinical Assistant Professor for West Virginia University and teaches physical therapy students at West Virginia University and Marshall University. She is also a clinical instructor and has developed and taught courses for other physical therapists, students, and assistants. Currently she volunteers as the state representative for the Section on Women's Health.


  • DPT: Doctor of Physical Therapy
  • OCS: Board Certified Specialist in Orthopedics, APTA
  • WCS: Board Certified Specialist in Women's Health, APTA
  • FAAOMPT: Fellow of the American Acacemy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists
  • CKTP: Certified Kinesiotaping Practitioner
  • FMT I &II: RockTape Fascial Movement Taping Level I & II






  • We have years of expertise and extensive education and specialization  in the areas of chronic pain, women's health, and manual "hands on" therapy
  • Care is provided in a small, comfortable setting
  • Treatment is one-on-one
  • Most treatment sessions last one hour but may be shorter or longer depending on your needs
  • An initial evaluation / exam is performed on your first visit to determine your individual needs for treatment
  • A plan of care for treatment is developed to address your needs and concerns
  • We specialize in the treatment of painful conditions and will tailor the intensity of rehabilitation to your tolerance
  • Specific exercises and stretches will be used to help you reach your goals and to help prevent future problems
  • We will answer any questions you may have and educate you regarding your condition
  • Treatment is gentle and conservative and does not involve surgery or medications
  • Treatment works well along with medication or other medical treatments