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Stacey Hendricks is a doctor of physical therapy and a board-certified Women’s Health Clinical Specialist. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences at the University of Cincinnati and a Master’s and Doctorate in Physical Therapy at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Dr. Hendricks specializes in women’s health and pelvic health in adults and pediatrics. She treats conditions including urinary incontinence, pelvic pain, sexual dysfunction, and bowel and bladder dysfunction.
As a specialist in women’s health, she provides comprehensive physical therapy care for women throughout the lifespan from first menstruation through post-menopause.
She has earned Certificates of achievement in Obstetrics and Postpartum Physical Therapy and provides specialized care for pregnancy and postpartum-related back pain and orthopedic injuries, abdominal muscle separation (diastasis recti), and postpartum pelvic floor dysfunctions.
Dr. Hendricks has additional specialty training in manual therapies of Gynecological Visceral Manipulation and Trigger Point Dry Needling.
Dr. Hendricks is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association’s Section on Women’s Health and the International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health.
She is a national teaching assistant to licensed physical therapists with the APTA Section on Women’s Health and a lecturer to physical therapy doctoral students at Mount St. Joseph University as well as to local community members
Sue Pogue is a licensed massage therapist with more than 17 years of experience as a solo practitioner. She specializes in neuromuscular release therapy combined with relaxation massage.
In addition, she sees clients part-time at a local chiropractic practice, providing therapeutic massage for patients after chiropractic adjustment A graduate of the University of Cincinnati, Sue earned a Bachelor of Business Administration and began a career in accounting.
After 12 years, she left her career to pursue her passion for helping people. She enrolled at the Cincinnati School of Medical Massage, from which she graduated in 2000, and began her second career.
Sue firmly believes massage benefits the body and mind. The physical manipulation of muscles can provide soft tissue relaxation which can decrease nerve compression, increase range of motion and relieve physical pain.
Further, the relaxation of the nervous system that accompanies this can provide relief of anxiety, stress, headaches and many more maladies.
Maria Wright, MD, has been practicing internal medicine since 1997. Originally from Fairfield, Ill., Dr. Wright earned her undergraduate (graduating summa cum laude) and medical degrees (graduating AOA) from Washington University in St. Louis.
Additionally, she was awarded the Missouri Award for Internal Medicine, a prestigious honor, at her medical school graduation. She completed her internal medicine residency (earning the Intern of the Year Award for 1993-1994) and chief residency at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.
She became board certified in 1997.From 1997 to 2001, Dr. Wright practiced and taught at Wright State University.
She joined Lisa Larkin MD& Associates in 2002; transitioned to UC Health Women’s Center in 2012 (when Dr. Larkin sold her practice to UC Health,) and now once again, brings her expertise to the Lisa Larkin, MD & Associates practice.
Dr. Wright has received numerous academic and service awards over the course of her training. Her special interests are diabetes management and hyperlipidemia, hypertension management and preventative management.
She also has completed an advanced credentialing course in menopause and is now a certified menopause clinician (NCMP) through the North American Menopause Society.
Dr. Lisa Larkin is a board-certified internist practicing internal medicine and women’s health since 1991.
She is owner and President of Lisa Larkin, MD, and Associates, an independent, multispecialty practice offering Direct Primary Care, Concierge primary care and women’s health in Cincinnati, Ohio, as well as Founder/CEO of Ms.Medicine, a concierge primary care practice for women.
She also currently serves as Director of Women’s Corporate Health for TriHealth, and she is the Founder and Executive Director of the Cincinnati Sexual Health Consortium, a non-profit designed to improve the sexual health and wellness of individuals in the Greater Cincinnati region through improved clinician collaboration and community outreach.
She is a 1988 AOA graduate of Yale University School of Medicine, and she completed her Internal Medicine residency at the University of Chicago in 1991.
She is Fellow of the American College of Physicians, is certified as a menopause clinician by the North American Menopause Society (NAMS), and is a Fellow of the International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health (ISSWSH).
Dr. Larkin also currently serves on the Board of Directors of ISSWSH.
Over the span of her career, Dr. Larkin has practiced in both academics and privately. She spent the first ten years of her career as academic faculty in the Internal Medicine Department at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, where she cultivated her niche in midlife women’s health.
In 2002, Dr. Larkin left UC and opened her own internal medicine and women’s health practice which, over 10 years, she grew into a multispecialty women’s health practice employing six other physicians.
In 2012, Dr. Larkin sold her practice and returned to UC faculty in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, specifically to design, build and serve as Director of the UC Health Women’s Center, the region’s first comprehensive, primary care-based medical home for women.
In May 2013, Dr. Larkin opened the Center and served as Director until June 2016. In September 2016, Dr. Larkin left academics to return to private practice with the goal of providing outstanding personalized care to her patients. With this vision, she reopened her primary care and women’s health practice as a Direct Primary Care practice (DPC), offering patients affordable, accessible personalized medicine.
In 18 months, Dr. Larkin developed her practice into a robust and successful multispecialty women’s health practice offering primary care and specialty care including: menopause, sexual health, gynecology, gastroenterology, nutrition, pelvic floor physical therapy, breast cancer risk assessment and therapeutic yoga.
A breast cancer survivor herself, Dr. Larkin’s passion is women’s health, particularly menopause management, female sexual health, cancer survivorship, breast cancer risk assessment and prevention, and women and cardiovascular disease.
She is a tireless advocate for her patients and in the community, frequently lecturing on women’s health topics, writing articles for community publications, and appearing on local news outlets to discuss women’s health issues.
Additionally, she serves as an advisor to several pharmaceutical, product and device companies. Notably, she spoke at the FDA in 2015 as part of a group advocating for the approval flibanserin, the first FDA-approved medication for female sexual dysfunction.
Dr. Larkin is also a passionate clinician educator. She is well-published and lectures frequently at physician CME programs and educational events on women’s health topics.
Named one of Cincinnati’s “Top Docs” every year since 1991 (by Cincinnati Magazine), she is recognized by her peers, patients, members of the community, and the media as an exceptional provider, advocate, educator and innovator.
Dr. Larkin is known both locally and nationally as a health care “disrupter” and entrepreneur. Over the years, she has been recognized for her innovation by several media outlets.
In 2016 and 2017, she was recognized by the Cincinnati Business Courier for launching the first DPC practice in the region, and she was named one of 8 “Women Who Mean Business” by the same publication.
In 2018, she was recognized as a “Changemaker in Medicine” by Medical Economics, and she recently was interviewed by Sharyl Attkisson on the topic of DPC for her syndicated show, “Full Measure.” Dr. Larkin is currently working on several innovative business initiatives designed to improve the care of women.
Dr. Larkin is also passionate about her friends and family. She enjoys time with her husband, Dr. Arthur Pancioli, and their blended family of 6 children. Together, they enjoy active travel, including mountain climbing, hiking and skiing.
Kim Lauch is a corporate, group, family, school, and personal wellness coach with a passion for cultivating her client’s mind-body-spirit awareness through the practices of Yoga Therapy, Mindfulness, Mindful Art, Ayurveda, and Holistic Nutritional Coaching.
She was called to the practice of mindfulness and yoga in 1999 while earning her Bachelor of Science in Economics and began her teaching journey in 2005 calling on her experience and trainings with many yogis, Pilates instructors, educators, doctors, therapists, Swamis, Shamans, and Monks from all around the world.
She has helped many adults and children lessen one’s suffering from a diagnosed illness or disease, as well as those in recovery. With four children of her own and running her own business, she understands the pressure that modern-day lifestyles weigh on people.
Illness and disease are preventable, and she is here to help. Preventative practices are key to longevity, however, even if one is in the active stage of disease or illness, she will help ease symptoms through simple but extremely powerful techniques.
She meets her clients where they are emotionally, physically, and spiritually to help cultivate one’s inner light and heal oneself from the inside out.
Dr. Karen Haberthier graduated from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey – New Jersey Medical School and completed her residency in Internal Medicine at Boston University Medical Center.
She completed her Gastroenterology Fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, where she also served as Chief GI Fellow. She is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and in Gastroenterology.
She graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a major in chemical engineering and was a member of Tau Beta Pi, the engineering honor society.
Dr. Haberthier is interested in all general gastroenterology issues, and has extensive experience in colon cancer prevention, women’s health, nutrition, gastroesophageal reflux disease, and irritable bowel syndrome. In addition, she performs CRH O’Regan hemorrhoid banding.
Dr. Haberthier is a member of American College of Gastroenterology, American Gastroenterological Association, and American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy.
Dr. Haberthier is married with two children, two dogs, and a cat.
Ashley Shea is a nurse practitioner with experience in private practice, hospital settings, and home care nursing. She joined Lisa Larkin, MD, & Associates in January 2019.
She pursued her DNP (Doctor of Nursing Practice) degree in December 2018 from the University of Cincinnati with a focus on Adult Geriatric Primary Care. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Ohio University.
Ashley completed a rotation with Lisa Larkin, MD, & Associates in early 2018 as a part of her graduate program. She offered all kinds of support to the providers including performing exams, diagnosing, and treating patients. Before the completion of her graduate degree, she served as a telemetry nurse at Mercy Hospital Anderson, where she managed the patients in the cardiovascular and progressive care units. Before opting for her hospital role, she served as Assistant Director of Nursing with Superior Care Plus, a Cincinnati-based home health agency, which offers home health care, memory care, specialized nursing care, and rehabilitation services.
She finds a special interest in caring for geriatric patients and is passionate about the needs of these patients. As a primary care provider, she is a firm believer in patient education and the superior patient-provider relationship. She cares for patients of all ages - from early adulthood through geriatric years.
Being a native Cincinnatian, she lives in the Anderson Township with her husband, Matt, and their two young children.