It was a snowy Monday morning outside my New Jersey office only days before I headed to California for APTA’s Combined Section Meeting (CSM) 2016. In my mind, this event always launches a new year of exciting lectures, professional relationships, and reunions with former classmates and colleagues. 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.
Tracy, the 2011 winner of the Elizabeth Noble award, is currently working with Washington University in St. Louis Missouri. Her time is split between treating in the clinic, research, teaching and heading their Women’s Health Residency program. Talking with Tracy is like talking to an instant frien Continue Reading
This was my 3rd time attending a NSC. This conference is where it all began for me just two short years ago. I can’t believe I’m already here. A practicing PT. Treating pelvic health patients. Two years ago, I went to NSC in Louisville, KY. Continue Reading
It was a real honor to represent the Section on Women’s Health exhibit booth at the National Student Conclave (NSC) in Omaha, NE, in October this year. I sat alongside new graduate (and SoWH student SIG member) Abby Foster, and we had a fantastic time swapping ideas for the exhibit booth... Continue Reading
This is a question I get asked on a daily basis and I’m glad my patients ask. The truth is that the average patient doesn’t know how or why we are qualified to be teaching them about areas of their body that in most cases would seem like a very taboo area to even discuss. This is especially true Continue Reading
It is 6:45 AM on a Friday. I am a twenty-four year old, third year Doctor of Physical Therapy student, sitting in front of another university’s classroom. I am alone, in a state I have never visited, thousands of miles from my home in New York to take a Women’s Health course. Continue Reading
To become a pelvic health physical therapist, it takes a journey. Some journeys are long and winding, and some occur in a blink of an eye. I want to share and explore a little of my journey to becoming a pelvic floor physical therapist and possibly shed some light on the process for those who are po Continue Reading