New Associate Editor at JWPHPT

Posted By: Cynthia Michelle Chiarello Research & Knowledge,

The JWPHPT Editorial Team is excited to welcome Tammy Roehling, PT, DPT, PhD, as our new Associate Editor. Tammy is an Associate Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy at A.T. Still University in Mesa, Arizona. She is also the Director of their Post-Professional DPT program. She received her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from the University of Arizona, her Master of Physical Therapy from Emory University, her Doctor of Physical Therapy from A.T. Still University, and her PhD in Physical Therapy from Nova Southeastern University. Her research interests span multiple pelvic floor conditions, with a focus on diastasis recti abdominis, as well as educational research in academic integrity. She is actively involved in the Academy of Pelvic Health as the Arizona representative and as a member of the education review committee. She feels blessed to be able to inspire students to practice whole-person healthcare, making a difference in her patients’ lives, and improving physical therapy practice as an administrator of a global post-professional program. Outside of work, Tammy enjoys kayaking, hiking, paper crafting, and traveling.

Here are Tammy’s thoughts about joining the JWPHPT Editorial Team.

I am honored and excited to join the JWHPT Editorial Board. I have been a long-time avid reader and reviewer of our journal. I will use my years of experience as a clinician, educator, and scholar to advance women’s and pelvic health practice and research. I am excited to join this team, propelling the journal forward in its innovative initiatives. 

The JWPHPT editors provide the Academy of Pelvic Health membership with high-quality evidence in support of clinical practice. Tammy’s credentials, scholarship, and passion for research make her a wonderful addition to our team. Welcome Tammy!

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