Nidhi lives in Mamaroneck with her husband Chandan and their baby Ishaan. She is a Women’s Health Physical Therapist and specializes in working with women during pregnancy, after childbirth, and the years beyond. She understands (through clinical and personal experience) how hard pregnancy and motherhood can be on a woman’s body. Her passion is to empower women to prevent problems before they happen, know when (and how) to get the care, and always feel at home in their bodies. Nidhi practices locally in Mamaroneck NY and in Midtown Manhattan. Along with helping women in her clinic, she also speaks at local libraries, childbirth education classes, and hospitals to debunk common myths and spread awareness about pelvic health. In her free time (which there isn’t a lot of), she loves exercising, hiking, learning ballet, and planning vacations. Connect with Nidhi through her Instagram page @thinkbeyondpain (and learn everything about pelvic floor and pregnancy) or visit her clinic website to work with her at
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The Pandemic Mom

It was two years ago, January 2020. We had just found out that I was pregnant. Barely 60 minutes after the lines turned pink on the pregnancy test, I sprung into action. I reached...
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Demystifying Pelvic Floor 

The pelvic floor is “hot” these days. It’s trendy! You’ve likely heard someone talking about it and how it’s going to change your life! You’ve heard your doctor tell you that you need to “do...

Reviving Diwali – Culture, Traditions, and Nostalgia

Diwali, also known as the “festival of lights,” is the biggest Indian festival. It’s Christmas, Hanukkah, and Thanksgiving all rolled into one 5-day long saga of amazing food, fireworks, family time, and fun. I...

My Love-Hate Relationship with Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding is one of the most “natural” things that we as mammals do. But chances are if you ask any mom (especially a first-time one) if breastfeeding came naturally to her, you’re likely to...
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Getting Frisky After Childbirth? 3 Reasons Why Sex Might Be Painful After Having a...

Women usually get the “all clear” for sexual activity at the 6-week postpartum visit. They are told that the area is healed, and they can return to pre-pregnancy levels of activity. Working with new...

Boy Was I Wrong: Meet Nidhi

Hi! My name is Nidhi, and I am a first-time mom to an 11-month-old son.  A couple of years ago, I moved to Westchester County after living in what seemed like a shoebox in Queens....