Hill Country Pelvic Health Story

Getting Better Together

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In 1997, I graduated from Texas A&M University with a BS in Biomedical Sience.  After completeing the Physical Therapy Program at Texas Womens University, I became a Physical Therapist in 1999. At that time, very little was taught about the pelvic floor. While I practiced general physical therapy in many settings through the years, I became more intrigued with women's health through a series of continued learning classes. As a mom of four children, my pregnancies resulted in classic pelvic floor dysfunction. I was told that what I was experiencing was just a normal part of being a woman. This prompted me to take additional courses and begin to learn more about the pelvic floor to treat myself. It really worked, and I learned that there is a difference in what is common and what is normal.  It is now my passion and desire to share this knowledge with other women.