Cynthia E. Neville

PT, DPT

Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy

Physical Therapist (PT)

Member Since: 1988

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Professional Bio

Dr. Cynthia (Cindy) Neville, PT, DPT, WCS is Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy, Mayo Clinic Alix College of Medicine, in Jacksonville, Florida. She is a Women’s Health Certified Specialist (WCS), board certified by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. She serves on the faculty of the Mayo Clinic Florida Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency Program, and collaborates with multiple medical specialty programs at Mayo Clinic Florida. Her outpatient clinical practice at Mayo Clinic Florida serves women and men with pelvic floor disorders. Dr. Neville has authored and co-authored several research articles (see Google Scholar) and book chapters on the topics of pelvic health rehabilitation, pelvic pain, and urinary incontinence. She has presented her research and provided rehabilitation and medical education nationally and internationally. She has trained more than a thousand physical therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapist assistants, advanced practice providers, and physicians in pelvic floor examination and pelvic health rehabilitation.
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Year Earned

CAPP-Pelvic Certified (2007 September)

ABPTS Board Certifications

Women's Health Physical Therapy

Languages Spoken

English

Practice/Company

Mayo Clinic Jacksonville

Office Hours

M-F, 7:30 - 4:00

Patient Population Focus

Women, Men, Transgender

Specialties

Bowel Incontinence, Constipation, Fibromyalgia, Male Incontinence, Male Pelvic Health, Orthopedics, Osteoporosis, Pelvic Oncology, Pelvic Pain, Pregnancy and PostPartum, Pregnancy/Postpartum, Transgender Pelvic Health, Urinary Incontinence

Type of Practice

Outpatient Clinic/Private Practice, Acute Care Hospital, Research Center

Practice Description

Women's Health Clinical Specialist and expert in pelvic health for women and men, expert in orthopedic manual physical therapy

Home Visits

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