Happy New Year!

Can you believe it is 2018?! I find that as the years go by, time seems to pass so much more quickly. 2017 was a year full of so many changes for me–both personally and professionally. I successfully kept a small (and super precious) human alive. I joined the faculty of Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute and taught 4, 3-day continuing education courses for physical therapists. I cut back on my clinical hours in order to spend more time with the aforementioned small human 😉 and focus on my other professional endeavors. And, I started video content on the blog (although not quite as much as I would have liked).

I am so excited to see what 2018 brings and have so many exciting plans on the horizon, both personally and professionally. I am continuing to work with the Institute teaching continuing education, and would love to see some of you at a future class! I am also actively working on developing new content for this website! This year, I hope to continue diversifying the content you see via written and video blogs and interviews. I am also working to develop both an online mentoring program for clinicians as well as some online program options for those struggling with pelvic floor problems. Keep on the look-out for more information about these programs! If you are interested in either, please be in touch! I would love to hear your thoughts and interests to better develop something you would find worthwhile!

Looking forward to continuing to learn with you and from you in the new year! Thank you as always for your continued support of this endeavor!



6 thoughts on “Happy New Year!

  1. Dear Jessica, happy 2018 to you too!
    Enjoy your precious baby and may you be very productive this year.
    I would be very interested in joining an online mentorship program when you start it. We are very few women’s health physios treating men in South Africa and I really could use help and advice every now and then.
    God bless,
    Lelani du Plessis

  2. Looking forward to the videos. Also interested in the online mentoring. I often get stuck with questions about treatment options for patients.

  3. Hi Jessica! I, too, love the idea of a mentorship program. You’re such a fabulous instructor – it’d be great to pick your brain from afar! (so thanks for all of the great work you do). I also love coordinating with other pelvic health therapists, as I know there are so many good clinicians out there. So I suppose I am especially interested in group mentorship opportunities, but might even be interested in one-on-one someday. I recently researched online mentorship programs and Entropy Physical Therapy (out of Chicago, I believe?) has a program that looks interesting. I’d be game to participate in anything of the like. Thanks again!

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