Core Recovery is a physiotherapy practice committed to improving the core and pelvic health of people of all ages- from the inside out. Core Recovery aims to revolutionize the way we understand, approach and treat core and pelvic health issues. 


Dr. Angie Mueller 

Dr. Angie is the founder of Core Recovery. She holds a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Regis University and a Bachelor's in Health and Exercise Science with a concentration in Sports Medicine from Colorado State University. She specializes in women’s and men’s pelvic health, core rehabilitation, sports medicine, and prenatal /postpartum training. Angie is enthusiastic and passionate with a focused approach to high-quality care that emphasizes proven techniques to address the deficits that lead to the onset of pain and dysfunction. She is a Master Trainer in an innovative postural and breath training system known as Low Pressure Fitness®. She educates and trains other health care and fitness professionals on this revolutionary form of core training and the importance of pelvic health. She also participates as an investigator in ongoing clinical research and presents at local and national venues. While spreading the gospel of pelvic health, Angie also enjoys hiking, yoga, skiing, sailing, scuba diving and traveling. She is passionate about educating, inspiring, and empowering people everywhere to reconnect with their CORE. 


In addition to her clinical practice, Angie is also teaching for a globally expanding continuing education company called Low Pressure Fitness®. As a Coach and brand ambassador, she provides workshops and certification courses on Hypopressive Training, which is a revolutionary methodology that uses breath and posture to lift and detoxify the internal organs, reduce the pressure in the abdomen, and strengthen the deep core muscles. Angie is passionate about educating healthcare and fitness professionals on the best and safest way to strengthen the core, especially in populations with pelvic dysfunction.  

Before starting Core Recovery, Angie created a women's health program in the Urogynecology department at Kaiser Permanente- Denver. Her primary focus at Kaiser was pelvic organ prolapse, urinary and fecal incontinence, sexual dysfunction, and pelvic pain. Angie's work is part of a pilot study on the effects of trigger point dry needling in treating pelvic floor dysfunction, which will be published soon. This was a wonderful and valuable experience for her. In her work at Kaiser, Angie was able to help women of all ages achieve optimal pelvic health through use of manual therapy, neuromuscular education, individualized exercise prescription and dietary/behavioral education. 

Angie also enjoys her time in pediatric home health treating a variety of developmental, neurological and behavioral disorders in children who are in foster care. Prior to discovering her love of working with children, she worked with adults treating complex neurologic, cardiovascular, endocrine and pulmonary disorders, as well as various post operative conditions. Angie's work at several top rated agencies allowed her to provide therapy to restore functional mobility for patients to live safely and independently at home, reduce re-hospitalizations and enable a true continuum of care. 

Angie developed her real passion for treating women's health issues and pelvic dysfunction while she served as a clinical director of Providence Physical Therapy, a private practice which specializes in women’s health, pelvic floor rehab, spine care, chronic pain and orthopedics. Here, Angie lead clinic development plans to extend the populations reached and gained invaluable mentorship. 


Certified in Level 1, 2 and 3 advanced functional dry needling through KineticaCore®

Certified in Pelvic Floor functional dry needling through KineticaCore®

Professional Certification in the Arvigo Techniques of Mayan Abdominal Therapy®

Coach and Teacher for Low Pressure Fitness®

Currently studying for Women’s Health Board Certification Exam


Team Mates

Angie is a believer in a multi-disciplinary approach to health, and loves working in a team to help her patients achieve optimal health


For more extensive dietary coaching and customized plans, please contact Erin Whalen from The Kale Whale.   

Erin Whalen is the co-founder of The Kale Whale, an educational forum created to share the power of an anti-inflammatory diet. Erin holds a MA in Dance Education & Wellness Management from University of Hawaii at Manoa.  She specializes on the interrelation between athleticism and a plant based diet. Erin has worked in the health and wellness field for over ten years, using a holistic approach to guide people to their optimum health. She trained with the Cancer Project along with the Natural Wellness Center in Manoa where she worked closely with Naturopaths to further her understanding of  'food as thy medicine.' Erin has also been an integral part in the creation of several healthy menus for Oahu’s favorite vegan restaurants. Erin believes that finding unity in body, mind and spirit will allow us to live fully and freely. When Erin's not dancing around her kitchen she enjoys teaching ballet, practicing yoga, going to the beach with her dog, hiking and camping. Erin is happiest while promoting health through diet, exercise and a positive mind. She feels strongly that a plant based diet is the only saving grace for our health and our Planet's future.



Phone: 508.574.9805