Building Awareness

Through Media

Internal and external publications featuring Academy Members

Building Awareness.

The Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy turns the spotlight on members to highlight how they are making a difference in our industry and the community or how they have benefited from Academy membership.

The Academy of Pelvic Health physical Therapy is now accepting blog post submissions. Share your story! Whether you’ve written, recorded or been interviewed in an article, podcast, or other online publication, tell us about it! To be highlighted on the Academy website, submit your (or a fellow member’s) story by email. Include links to the original article(s) and a brief description paraphrasing the content (under 40 words). Submissions will be reviewed and vetted by our the Academy Director of Communications.

If you are a journalist or publisher and wish to interview the Academy for your article, please send your request to aika@aptapelvichealth.org.

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Part 2-What Happens When I Have Prostate Surgery?

Part 2 – What Happens When I Have Prostate Surgery?  As with other pelvic surgeries such as hernia repairs or hysterectomies, radical prostatectomies can be performed with a laparoscopic technique…

Meet Ashwini Kale, PT, PhD

Pelvic Health Rehab has always been a topic which interested me ever since my rural posting in graduate school. The problems were so commonly present in women, but even talking…

In Memoriam Kimberly Seymour

It is with great sadness, we share of Kimberly “Kim” Seymour’s recent passing. Kim has served in various roles in the Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy, most notably her…

Academy Research Grant Award Recipient Announced

The Academy is delighted to announce the recipient of the 2021 $5,000 Research Grant Award, Andrea Wood, PT, DPT, Board-Certified Women’s Health Clinical Specialist (Fellow/Principal Investigator) and the investigative team,…

Meet Abigail Andres, PT, DPT, OCS

Even from a young age, I found pregnancy to be fascinating. I remember placing a hand on my sister’s pregnant belly and feeling her twin daughters move and wiggle inside.…

Meet Shelby Landrum, SPT

I remember the 1st time my senior drill sergeant sat down and took off his hat.  A few moments before he had tossed a large metal trash can across the…

Meet Kayla Harris, PT, DPT

Kayla grew up on a small farm in Helena, Montana, participating in almost every outdoor activity available. Kayla had many injuries, both small and large along the way, which required…

Vulnerability in Physical Therapy

My name is Kayla Koren, and I am a second-year Doctor of Physical Therapy student at A.T. Still University in Mesa, Arizona. I was born and raised in Sheboygan, Wisconsin,…
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