Our Team

“Our mission is to deliver exceptional and unparalleled quality of care.”

Gail O’Neill


Gail graduated from NYU in 1982. She has more than three decades of extensive experience and education in Orthopedics, Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, and Manual Therapy. She has practiced in New York City, Greenwich, Ct., and the New York suburbs of Bronxville, Scarsdale, and Armonk. Gail is currently living and practicing in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida; she was employed by Jupiter Medical Center for the past three years. She is delighted to have co-founded Pelvic Health Solutions in Palm Beach Gardens. Her primary focus is the treatment of men, women, and adolescents experiencing a wide range of pelvic floor issues including urinary and fecal incontinence, pelvic pain, post-prostatectomy, post-surgical, and pre- and postpartum, as well as other disorders that are related to this area. She is dedicated to increasing awareness and providing education regarding Pelvic Health to her community in order to care for this under-served patient population.

Sharon Warwick


After graduating with a degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Connecticut in 1982, Sharon embarked on a 30 plus year career in orthopedic and manual physical therapy. She has spent time learning and growing with colleagues, mentors, and students while practicing in New Haven, Connecticut, Albuquerque, New Mexico, San Diego, California, and Jupiter, Florida. Sharon has over 20 years of experience working in the field of Pelvic Health. She works with men, women, and adolescents with pelvic floor, bladder, and bowel dysfunction. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, the Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy, and the International Pelvic Pain Society. Sharon is passionate about providing quality care and education to her patients and community, with the mission of providing awareness and good health throughout the life cycle. She is thrilled to be a co-founder of Pelvic Health Solutions in Palm Beach Gardens, where patients will find the compassionate care they truly deserve.

Jordan Alnemer


Jordan graduated from the University of Indianapolis with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree. She received special training for treating conditions of the pelvic floor through Herman and Wallace. She treats women with pelvic floor dysfunctions including incontinence, pelvic pain, low back pain, hip pain, and constipation. She has a special interest in working with patients who have sacroiliac joint dysfunctions and perinatal-related conditions. She has done independent studies on perinatal patients and those who have vaginismus. Jordan takes a “knowledge is power” approach when treating patients to ensure they understand their condition and treatment plans. She empowers her patients to be advocates for themselves regarding their health and well-being. She strives to promote a positive treatment environment to anyone who walks in the door.

Elizabeth Oreo


Beth is originally from the northeast, but has lived nearly half her adult life in south Florida. She graduated from William Paterson University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Health, then received her Master of Physical Therapy degree from Rutgers University and UMDNJ. After practicing for over 15 years, she returned to graduate school to complete her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of South Florida, while managing her own practice. She has extensive orthopedic experience, which she incorporates into her Pelvic Floor practice. Beth is qualified to utilize Dry Needling as a treatment modality. She has done her formal Pelvic Floor training through Herman and Wallace and treats all genders. Beth strives to be inclusive in her practice and welcomes anyone who needs treatment. She believes patient education is the key to success. Her special interests include the treatment of menopausal and postpartum women.

Sarah Means


Sarah graduated with her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from The University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences. She was attracted to Pelvic Physical Therapy due to her passion for Women’s Health and desire to educate on this often overlooked, but incredibly important part of the body. Sarah received her training and has taken coursework through Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute, with a goal to become a certified pelvic rehabilitation practitioner. As she gained experience, she evolved her practice to treating all genders with pelvic floor dysfunction. Sarah has special interest in trauma informed care, peri partum care, dyspareunia, and incontinence. Sarah believes that she empowers her patients through education by providing tools and knowledge that allow them to live their most fulfilling lives. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, traveling, eating, listening to music, boxing training, online shopping, yoga, and roller skating.