For Professionals


Mentoring for Physical Therapists in Pelvic Health

Jessica offers both small group mentoring as well as private individual mentoring.

The Winter 2018 – 2019 Small Group Mentoring Program has ended.  The next small group program will be available in the Fall of 2019. For more information regarding details of the small group mentoring program, check out the information here. If you are interested in the next group and would like to be notified when registration is available, please e-mail

Private mentoring for individuals or small groups is available via phone, Facetime or Zoom meetings. The hourly rate for private mentoring is $150/hr. If you are interested in mentoring with Jessica, please contact us for additional information.

Live Continuing Education for Professionals


Jessica is on faculty with Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute, the largest provider of continuing education in pelvic health in the the country. She is an educator in the perinatal and pelvic floor series, and has educated hundreds of physical therapists, occupational therapists, and other health care providers.

Upcoming Course Schedule:

Pelvic Floor Level 1: March 20-22, 2020 in Birmingham, AL

Pelvic Floor Level 1: May 1-3, 2020 in Fayetteville, AR

Pelvic Floor Level 1: June 5-7, 2020 in Atlanta, GA

Pelvic Floor Level 2A: June 26-28, 2020 in Middletown, CT

Pelvic Floor Level 2B: August 21-23, 2020 in Houston, TX

Pelvic Floor Level 2B: September 11-13, 2020 in Grand Rapids, MI

Pelvic Floor Level 2A: September 25-27, 2020 in Atlanta, GA

Pelvic Floor Level 1: November 13-15, 2020 in Atlanta, GA


Live and On-Demand Webinars 

Jessica teaches online webinars through Therapy Network Seminars and PT Seminars on topics related to pelvic floor dysfunction and women’s health. Current on-demand offerings include:

Introduction to Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation 

Contact Hours: 1.5


Course Objectives:

  • Identify the role of the pelvic floor muscles in sphincteric, supportive, sexual and stabilizing functions.
  • Identify risk factors for pelvic floor muscle overactivity or underactivity problems in adult populations
  • Identify the prevalence and mechanisms for common pelvic floor related diagnoses
  • Identify common subjective and objective findings in men and women presenting with pelvic floor dysfunction
  • Identify key components of effective screening for pelvic floor dysfunction in a variety of patient populations

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction in the Adult Athlete 

Contact Hours: 1.5


Course Objectives:

  • Identify the role of the pelvic floor muscles in sphincteric, supportive, sexual and especially, stabilizing functions.
  • Identify the relationship between the diaphragm, transverse abdominis, multifidus and pelvic floor muscles in providing functional stability.
  • Identify common diagnoses involving pelvic floor dysfunction in adult athletic populations
  • Integrate the pelvic floor muscles and diaphragm within progressive functional stabilization programs.
  • Identify key components of “return to sport” screening for women postpartum.

 Management of Musculoskeletal Dysfunction During Pregnancy

Contact Hours: 1.5


Course Objectives:

  • Identify typical anatomical and physiological changes that occur during pregnancy
  • Identify common musculoskeletal dysfunctions occurring in women who are pregnant
  • Identify key precautions and contraindications for treatment during pregnancy including high-risk situations
  • Identify important aspects of examination and treatment for women during pregnancy
  • Identify recent ACOG guidelines for safe exercise during pregnancy