In today’s show Jessica shared:
- What pelvic physical therapy is and how it can help with endometriosis;
- What to expect when you go in for a pelvic physical therapy visit;
- The connections between this root space of your body and emotions that can come up during and after treatment;
- And tips for managing pelvic physical therapy treatment when you’ve had past trauma or abuse in that area.
⬆️ Take a listen.
Jessica received a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from West Cost University in Los Angeles in 2017. She received her Bachelors Degree from the University of California, Los Angeles where she studied biological anthropology.
Jessica has extensive training in the areas of pelvic pain and dysfunction, incontinence, pregnancy and postpartum care, myofascial dysfunctions, lymphedema, and visceral mobilizations. She has taken many specialty pelvic courses through the Herman and Wallace Institute, visceral courses through the Barral Institute, and received her certification in lymphedema management in 2018 from the Norton School Of Lymphedema. She was the 2018 scholarship recipient for the Norton School.
Memberships: American Physical Therapy Association, Womens Health Section, and Interstitial Cystitis Association
Outside of the clinic, Jessica has an extensive swimming and water polo background, amateur triathlete currently training for Oceanside Half Ironman, body-building, yoga/ mat pilates, and avid backpacker and camper. She’s passionate about holistic care, especially as it relates to nutrition.