Sheri DeSchaaf, PT, DPT

Doctor of Physical Therapy, Chapman University
Bachelor of Arts, Communications, UCLA

Dr. Sheri DeSchaaf completed her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Chapman University in 2011. After working several years in outpatient orthopedics, she pursued specialization in pelvic floor dysfunction and women’s health physical therapy. Her compassion for the unspoken physical trials of new mothers has fostered the desire to offer natural, conservative treatment options for issues that uniquely impact women.

Dr. Sheri founded SHEFit because she believes that quality care requires personalized, one-on-one attention. She is dedicated to hearing your story and creating a treatment plan based on your unique situation, goals, and priorities.

Dr. Sheri is pursuing her Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification through the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute, and periodically lectures for fitness professionals, healthcare professionals, birth centers, and the public throughout San Diego County.

When not treating patients, Sheri enjoys running, Pilates, weightlifting, hiking, beach-cruising on the boardwalk, cooking, travelling, and watching her husband Jay play beach volleyball.

Jessica Chavarria, PT, DPT

Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of St. Augustine
Bachelor of Science, University of Florida

Dr. Jessica Chavarria completed her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of St. Augustine in San Marcos, CA. She enthusiastically joins SHEFit with 3 years of experience as a Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist. Jessica has experience treating pregnant and postpartum women, incontinence and other bowel and bladder dysfunctions, diastasis recti, pelvic pain, POP, and post operative procedures including hysterectomy, mastectomy, reconstructive surgeries, and many more. As a mom herself, Jessica has a passion for bridging the gap between postpartum care and return to exercise and fitness. 

Jessica loves to laugh, enjoys a good cup of coffee, and considers herself a foodie. When she’s not at SHEFit she’s likely spending time with her little guy and husband, rollerblading, hiking, yoga, weight lifting, or at book club with her girlfriends.

Rebecca VanDenMeerendonk, PT, DPT

Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of St. Augustine
Bachelor of Science, University of Minnesota

Dr. Rebecca completed her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of St. Augustine in 2015.  As a mom of two, Rebecca appreciates the need for rehabilitation in the prenatal and postpartum periods. She has taken numerous continuing education courses to continue her passion for learning about the human body during pregnancy, postpartum, and return to exercise for the female athlete.

Her specialties within pelvic health include visceral manipulation and low pressure fitness (hypopressives) as complimentary rehabilitation tools.

When not in the clinic, Rebecca enjoys running, strength training, hiking, and paddle boarding with her family. She enjoys traveling to new places, soaking up San Diego before the next PCS, baking cookies, and crafting.

Meghan Krill, PT, DPT

Doctor of Physical Therapy, Columbia University
Bachelors of Science, University of Notre Dame

Dr. Meghan completed her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Columbia University in New York, NY in 2019.  After starting her career in an orthopedic physical therapy setting she began her pursuit of women’s and pelvic health in 2020, completing post-doctoral coursework in nutrition, pelvic floor dysfunction and pre/postnatal care.  Her specializations include women’s health and pelvic floor conditions, running athletes and biomechanical video analysis, and vestibular therapy. She has served as a Clinical Instructor, mentoring physical therapy students at USC, San Diego State University, and Columbia University.

Dr. Meghan has completed Herman & Wallace Pelvic Floor 1 & 2B, Herman & Wallace Nutrition Perspectives for Pelvic Rehab, and pre/postnatal physical therapy coursework through Allied Health Education.