Are you interested in becoming pelvic health certified? Join Dr. Whitney Bartley for a free webinar to learn more about the CAPP-Pelvic Certification process and how you can receive training to treat pelvic health conditions.
Hosted by the Student SIG, join Dr. Whitney Bartley, the Chair of the CAPP-Pelvic Committee, to learn more about how to become pelvic health certified. Whether you want to start treating pelvic health conditions, get CAPP-Pelvic certified, or become a board certified women’s health specialist, join the conversation and discover the many paths and training available. This will be an open discussion format, so come with your questions and ready to learn!
Open to Physical Therapists (PTs), Physical Therapist Assistants (PTA), and Student Physical Therapists (SPTs)
Recording: These sessions will be recorded and a recording will be provided to registrants within 1 week after the webinar airs. Please make sure to still register to receive your free recording.
Have questions? Send an email to SSIG@aptapelvichealth.org
Whitney Bartley, PT, DPT
Certificate of Achievement in Pelvic Health Physical Therapy
Dr. Whitney Bartley is a CAPP-Pelvic Certified Physical Therapist, Pelvic Health Instructor and CAPP-Pelvic Committee Chair for the APTA Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy. Whitney received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2010 and has devoted 11 years of practice in working with adult and pediatric patients in Arkansas through the provision of both acute and outpatient care services. She joined the faculty of the APTA Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy in 2016 and has devoted this professional work toward educational development, mentorship, and advocacy for physical therapists interested in the field of pelvic health physical therapy. A passion for research and evidence-based practice has awarded her presentation opportunities on both the state and national level. Whitney has published peer-reviewed articles, book reviews, and other educational content related to the treatment of pelvic health dysfunction. Outside of work, Whitney enjoys spending time with her family, having married her high-school sweetheart and adding two (almost 3) beautiful children to the mix.
Student Special Interest Group
A Special Interest Group (SIG) is a sub-community within the Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy with a shared interest in advancing a specific area of knowledge or learning where members can connect, collaborate and help develop solutions within their particular topic area or produce new educational resources and networking opportunities. The Academy currently has 3 established SIGs. Each SIG consists of Board of Directors who each meet virtually year-round to facilitate discussions, problem-solve and develop new resources to members.
The SSIG provides a forum to connect physical therapy students from across the nation on issues and topics relevant to you as a student or an rising early-professional. Need advice on applying to a residency program or need tips on how to pay off your student loans? The SSIG is here to help guide you and direct you to helpful resources!