Ramona C. Horton, MPT, DPT
Ramona C. Horton PT, DPT, serves as the lead therapist for the pelvic health program at Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center in Medford, OR. Her practice is limited to the treatment of men, women, and children with urological, gynecological, and colorectal issues. Ramona began her physical therapy career in the US Army, exiting at the rank of Captain. Her military background emphasized a mission-oriented philosophy with the goal of “get the job done.” She has completed advanced studies in manual therapy with an emphasis on spinal manipulation, visceral and fascial mobilization.
Ramona maintains a busy teaching schedule in the field of pelvic health presenting at multiple continuing education venues both nationally and internationally on topics of visceral and fascial based manual therapy as well as rehabilitative ultrasound imaging. She regularly presents for the Academy of Pelvic Health at Combined Sections Meeting on topics relating to pelvic floor dysfunction.
In 2020, Ramona received the prestigious Academy of Pelvic Health Elizabeth Noble Award for her contributions to the field of pelvic health. Her publications include articles on the efficacy of visceral mobilization as a treatment for pelvic dysfunction and physical therapy interventions for chronic testicular pain.