Private Practice

For more resources, you may want to explore what the APTA's Private Practice Section offers on their website.

Contribute to our Private Practice Series! Are you an Academy member and currently a private practice owner? Our members would love to hear from you! Consider contributing an educational blog post about your private practice journey. 

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Promote Your Practice on PT Locator™ Help Providers & Patients Find You
Promote Your Practice on PT Locator™ Help Providers & Patients Find You

PT Locator™  is the ultimate resource for other healthcare providers and members of the public find a licensed Physical Therapist (PT) / Physiotherapist who specializes in pelvic and abdominal health physical therapy. Continue Reading

Date posted08/16/2023


Part 3 (Resources): What Do I Need for Starting My Pelvic Health Practice?
Part 3 (Resources): What Do I Need for Starting My Pelvic Health Practice?

In this final part of the series, some resources for getting your practice started are discussed. Continue Reading

Postedby Darla Bowen Cathcart, PhD
Date posted07/19/2018


Part 1 (My Space): What Do I Need for Starting My Pelvic Health Practice?
Part 1 (My Space): What Do I Need for Starting My Pelvic Health Practice?

As a former Lone Ranger pelvic health PT, I know what it is to try to get a women’s health practice off the ground in an outpatient clinic. I have received several emails through the years with the question “what do I need for my new pelvic practice?”  While there is no absolute right or wrong... Continue Reading

Postedby Darla Bowen Cathcart, PhD
Date posted07/18/2018


Part 2 (Supplies and Equipment): What Do I Need for Starting My Pelvic Health Practice?
Part 2 (Supplies and Equipment): What Do I Need for Starting My Pelvic Health Practice?

In part 1 of this “What Do I Need” series, I talked about wants and needs for the space in which you might be managing patients and clients with pelvic health conditions.  Here in part 2, I consider the supplies and equipment. Continue Reading

Postedby Darla Bowen Cathcart, PhD
Date posted07/16/2018


Launching My Own Practice, Creating Driftwood
Launching My Own Practice, Creating Driftwood

In her two years since graduating PT school from Thomas Jefferson University, Tamra Wroblesky, PT, DPT, opened up Inner Dynamics Physical Therapy with Alison Ankiewicz, her last clinical instructor, and a celebrated pelvic physical therapist in central NJ with over 20 years of experience. Continue Reading

Date posted12/11/2017


Launching My Own Practice
Launching My Own Practice

It was a predestined match- meeting Alison was the single best thing that happened to me, and I know she would say the same. From the first day we met, we complimented each other perfectly. Alison had a history of childhood leukemia, so she and I both had a personal connection to chronic pain and su Continue Reading

Date posted12/11/2017


My 1st Year in Practice | Featuring Tamra Wroblesky, PT, DPT
My 1st Year in Practice | Featuring Tamra Wroblesky, PT, DPT

As a new professional, you have the ability to bring enthusiasm and energy into your physical therapy practice and your coworkers and colleagues will respond to that. Continue Reading

Date posted12/4/2017


My 1st Year in Practice
My 1st Year in Practice

As a new professional, you have the ability to bring enthusiasm and energy into your physical therapy practice and your coworkers and colleagues will respond to that. Come into work every day with a big smile and new ideas for ways to reach your patients. Continue Reading

Date posted12/4/2017