Molly Weingart is a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) who specializes in pelvic health, women's health, and general orthopedics. She works at Activcore in Princeton, New Jersey, located just 2 miles from Princeton University.
Molly is a graduate of Columbia University in New York City with a bachelor’s degree in Urban Studies and Visual Arts, and the Institute of Integrative Nutrition’s Health Coaching Certification program. She received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Arcadia University, ranked among the top 10 PT schools in the country.
Molly is a second career physical therapist. Throughout her life she was torn between a career in public service in order to fulfill a deep commitment to healing and serving others, and one in the arts in order to express her creative nature. This led to a career in community engagement in the arts and technology. However, as she got older, she came to realize that one of the things she loved the most about making art is that it can be fundamentally healing. Through teaching yoga and dance, learning about nutrition, and an inspiration to be more authentic to herself, she realized she wanted to have a career in health and wellness.
In 2014, Molly witnessed her mom being treated at Activcore following a hip replacement and attending many months of physical therapy. It seemed nothing short of magic that her mom went from barely being able to walk, to dancing in the sand with her dad. In seeing how physical therapy can dramatically change someone’s life, Molly had found her passion.
Today, with a passion for pelvic health, Molly believes in tailoring each patient’s treatment to fit that individual’s goals and lifestyle. She aims to normalize all health conditions and create a treatment environment that is open, accessible, and inclusive.
Molly enjoys practicing yoga, reading, being outside, cooking, gardening, and spending time with her dog.
Dr. Molly Weingart is giving me my life back. By the time I found my way to Activcore and Molly, I had been suffering for many months with crippling pelvic pain due to pelvic floor dysfunction. I was both physically and mentally exhausted. At my first session with Molly, I felt for the first time that things were going to be okay. Not only is Molly extremely professional and knowledgeable about pelvic floor therapy, she is incredibly caring, compassionate, empathetic and real. I feel heard and supported in every session and while I’m still early in my journey, my pain is already way down! Dr. Molly has given me a safe space to heal and for that I am forever grateful.
I really want to thank you for giving me my life back. Giving me pain free days and nights. Giving me walks with my puppy. Giving me the ability to stand and not complain. Giving me the tools and the strength to know how to make my hip feel better when it doesn’t feel perfect. All of those things were things I was not sure that I could have when I finally made the call to schedule my appointment. Somehow along the way I also lost 30 pounds and 4.5 inches in my hips. So thank you from the bottom of my heart for helping me.
One of the most devastating and physically painful ordeals that I’ve encountered was spraining my right ankle while training in badminton. The thought of not being able to walk pain-free and not being able to play the sport that I absolutely adored crushed my soul. After six long weeks of using a walker, an ankle boot, and waiting for the swelling to subside, my orthopedic doctor finally gave me the green light to start physical therapy. That was how I met the amazing and profoundly talented physical therapist, Molly Weingart. Over my life span of forty years and several physical therapy scripts, Molly is, by far, my favorite physical therapist. Our sixty minute sessions (three times a week, eight weeks total) did wonders for my physical and mental well-being. Molly was very patient, encouraging, extremely knowledgeable, had great intuition, was stern when needed, and was incredibly creative in selecting techniques that targeted my concerns while effectively rebuilding my ankle strength, agility, & range in motion. She catered exercises specifically for me, and it delighted me that she incorporated my badminton racquet into my workouts. She saved my ankle, taught me how to help prevent future injuries, and enabled me to return to activities that bring me peace and sanity. Anyone who has Molly as their physical therapist should consider themselves extremely fortunate!
I highly recommend Dr. Molly Weingart as a physical therapist for any facility. Her utmost professionalism and treatment to my issues were handled with genuine care and concern. She asked the right questions to determine which treatment goals were most important to me. I experienced this not only for myself but watched as she worked with other patients and truly cared about their well-being. Molly was a great listener as I experienced additional pain points throughout my body. She was able to initially diagnose my additional issues as pelvic-related and made the necessary follow-up consultation with my doctor to revise my physical therapy script to treat it accordingly. Molly will not only be an asset to any facility, but to any patient who is fortunate to have her as their physical therapist. When one is bilingual in any field, it is a great skill. Molly brings this skill to a field that is missing Spanish-speaking physical therapists that can communicate on behalf of the facility, but also helps the patients become more comfortable with their surroundings and staff.
Molly is not only a caring and compassionate therapist but she is also knowledgeable about how the body works and the steps needed to lead to healing. I appreciated her ability to adjust treatment plans based on me and my challenges. Molly was a source of constant encouragement on the road to reaching my goals and I’m thankful for what she has done for me.
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