The curriculum is based on the Women’s Health Description of Specialty Practice by the American Physical Therapy Association with the ultimate goal of preparing for women’s health specialization and lymphedema certification.
The curriculum of this residency program is designed to provide physical therapists with advanced training and knowledge in clinical reasoning, examination, treatment and management of pregnancy and postpartum, bowel and bladder conditions, pelvic pain, lymphedema, cancer care etc. The residency program utilizes a broad-based, eclectic curriculum that aims to provide graduates with the ability to apply advanced manual therapy techniques combined with advanced skills in therapeutic exercises, modalities, therapeutic activities, and neuromuscular reeducation to address the specific needs of the pelvic health patient population.
Ingrid Williams PT, DPT
Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Women’s Health, CAPP-Pelvic certified
Sunnyvale Location (Sutter)
Palo Alto Location (Sutter)
San Carlos Location (Sutter)