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Team Medusa

pregnant mama, owner of medusa

Nadya Loughrey

Owner, Occupational Therapist, Pelvic Health Specialist


I am a homegrown New Mexican. I have adventured across borders and seas, but feel Albuquerque is my forever home.

I am a mama, a woman who has experienced pregnancy loss, preterm birth, high-risk pregnancy, and the difficult physical and emotional transitions and changes of motherhood.

I am a pelvic therapy patient. Inspired by my own rehabilitation and the personalized care I received, I have completed advanced training as a specialist in women's pelvic health, and perinatal and postpartum health, so that I can bring the same healing to other women.


I am an occupational therapist, offering a trauma-informed, unique whole-person rehabilitative approach, focusing on the mind, body, and spirit connection in your daily routines, mental health, physical wellness, functional and exercise goals, and sexual health.

With Medusa Pelvic Health and Wellbeing, I provide accessible care in the comfort and context of your specific needs and lifestyle, whether in our peaceful clinic or in your home. I am here to help you prioritize your own health and wellbeing while adjusting to life with a newborn, life stage transitions, or supporting your evolution in sexual health.


I believe motherhood begins for many women at conception, and provide gentle support for emotional and physical health and reintegration after pregnancy loss or medical or elective termination. I also strongly believe in choice, and I offer services for any woman seeking empowered change following significant life choices or adjustments. Pregnancy at any stage can have effects on the health and balance of mind, body and spirit.



Occupational Therapist, Pelvic Health Specialist

Molly Lukes

Molly loves the “big picture” approach of occupational therapy that uses the client’s interests and goals to personalize treatment.


She was introduced to pelvic therapy through her own postpartum healing journey which helped fuel a desire to focus on women’s health. She loves collaborating with patients to access their creativity, imagination, and knowing within their own bodies to reduce symptoms and improve quality of life.


She is passionate about providing client-centered care that empowers men and women to reengage with meaningful occupations that have been affected by pain and pelvic floor dysfunction. She uses curiosity as a guide and values being open to what can be learned about a patient’s individual situation to inform and guide treatment.


Her goal is to reduce the stigma and shame around seeking out pelvic care, and is so honored to be part of her patients’ healing experience.

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