My mother who would never say the word "vagina," gave birth to a daughter who wants to be a pelvic floor physical therapist. God has a funny sense of humor. Continue Reading
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Learn about exceptional achievements in pelvic health as we shine the spotlight on our dedicated members, sharing their experiences, expertise, and passion to empower and educate the public about the benefits of physical therapy. If you are an Academy member, share your story with us by submitting a blog post or a shoutout! Review article guidelines here.
Whether you're a fellow SPT, a healthcare professional, or someone seeking to optimize your pelvic health, this blog post is a must-read. Get ready to be inspired and enlightened as Terrelle Wallace SPT unveils his vision for the future of pelvic floor physical therapy. Continue Reading
Pelvic health physical therapy has left a lasting impression on me as I navigated through working as a tech, the application process, graduate school, and now clinical rotations. Continue Reading
I cannot begin to talk about my journey into pelvic health physical therapy without first thanking all of the teachers, clinicians, and patients who have helped me and many other therapists step into the role of pelvic health PT skillfully and confidently. Continue Reading
Exploring the scarcity of Black representation in physical therapy reveals a critical need for diversity in this field. From limited educational access to financial barriers, addressing these challenges not only enhances inclusivity but also significantly improves patient care and overall community Continue Reading
Doris describes her journey in pelvic health as a student physical therapist and an international student from China. Continue Reading
Dive into the depths of postpartum recovery with Khushali Trivedi, PT, DPT, MS, as she unveils a unique perspective, blending expertise and empathy to empower physical Therapists and mothers on their path to healing and wellness. Continue Reading
Read this perspective about Marisa's early experience in the pelvic health setting and how she wanted to improve their community's awareness of incontinence. Continue Reading
I began talking more with my mom friends and saw them struggling with urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, low back and hip pain, and other pelvic floor dysfunctions. Many people, including myself, suffered in silence. They were unaware that effective treatments and support were available. I Continue Reading
Want to know why I became a pelvic PT? It’s a combination of reasons. I’ve always had a passion for health, fitness and sports. At a young age, I competitively swam, dove and danced. In school my favorite class was PE! And one of my first purchases as a teenager was my very own... Continue Reading
Taking the Pelvic Health courses offered through the Academy have helped me to become a more confident clinician even in my early years of practice. I highly recommend getting involved! Continue Reading
By going the residency route, my career has opened up to many possibilities I didn't think were feasible until now. Continue Reading