[Free Webinar] New Graduate Q&A: Tips for Future Pelvic PTs

Hosted by the Student Special Interest Group (SSIG)

Tuesday, April 16, 2024
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM (EDT)
Join via Zoom (Passcode is 12345)
Category: Academy Events

Getting ready to graduate or recently graduated and not sure what to do next? Join the SSIG as we interview a panel of new graduate pelvic PTs to hear about the different paths to take when starting your career in pelvic health and practical tips for landing the perfect job!

This event is geared towards SPTs preparing for graduation. We will be interviewing a panel of 5 new graduate pelvic PTs (0-3 years experience) in a variety of settings (private practice, hospital based, residency etc.) The panel will share their journey, giving tips for job hunting, finding mentorship, pros and cons of different setting types, etc. The panel will be answering pre-written questions with an opportunity for live questions at the end of the event. Attendees will feel empowered and educated about career options upon graduating and entering the workforce.

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Guest Speakers

Amy Tse, PT, DPT

Amy Tse PT DPTAmy Tse, PT, DPT, graduated with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences. She has been practicing for 2 years as an ortho/pelvic health therapist, starting in a hospital outpatient setting and now currently working in a private practice on a pelvic health speciality team. She is originally from California and has lived in Rochester, MN with her husband and dog for the last 5 years.

Haley Robb, PT, DPT

Haley is a pelvic floor physical therapist practicing in Atlanta, GA in a private practice setting. She graduated from Mercer University in May 2023. Haley has a passion for treating the pregnant and postpartum population, but treats all people with pelvises. During her last year in PT school, she served as an APTA Pelvic Health SSIG Director and is now working on finishing her CAPP-Pelvic Certification.

Tashelle Peigan, PT, DPT, CLT

Tashelle Peigan is a new grad PT that graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2023. Following PT school, Tashelle took a WH residency position at Duke University. She currently holds her CLT and is Dry Needling certified. She will be sitting for the WCS in 2025! Tashelle has held a position in the Pelvic Health Academy as a SSIG director in the past. When she’s not busy with residency fun, Tashelle enjoys yoga and travelling in her spare time. 

Julia Stathas, PT, DPT

Julia Stathas graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a degree in Dance and a certificate in Pilates. She worked as a Pilates instructor throughout graduate school before completing her doctorate in Physical Therapy from Mayo Clinic in 2021. Julia has experience working in both hospital-based and private practice settings and she enjoys splitting her time between pelvic floor and orthopedic practices. She has been working at Mayo Clinic for 2 years where she has the opportunity to see a wide variety of diagnoses from stress urinary incontinence to functional movement disorders. 

Montana Dunn, PT, DPT

Montana's academic journey began at UCLA, where she earned a Biology degree and served as a student athletic trainer for baseball and water polo. This sparked her passion for physical therapy, leading her to pursue a Doctorate at California State University, Long Beach, where she graduated in 2023. She is currently a PT at the Hoag Pelvic Health Program in Orange County, CA. Montana is dedicated to raising awareness about pelvic floor diagnoses and embraces a collaborative approach to care. Outside of work, she enjoys exploring new restaurants, cities, weight training, and scuba diving.


Raquelle Hafen, SPT
Perrin Clavijo, SPT
Victoria Hudson, SPT
Sally Olmstead, SPT

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