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Lisa Sator

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Lisa SatorNominated for Position: PPSIG – Vice President
Education: Undergraduate Fordham University BS in Biology 2006 Graduate DPT Drexel University 2010 GSPP WH Residency 2012 
Certifications: WCS CLT 
Current Practice: Hospital Based Outpatient Pelvic Health and Lymphedema 
 
Professional Awards & Contributions: 
Program Director GSPP WH Residency
Guest Lecturer Arcadia University and Drexel Univeristy 
Leone, P, Johnson, B, and Sator, L. Lymphedema and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction in the Gynecological and Genitourinary Cancer Populations: Implications for the Physical Therapist. Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association, Mini Combined Sections Meeting-Continuing Education Lecture Philadelphia PA, April 2017 
Gnoffo, R, Sator, L, Temme, K. Peri-partum Pubic Symphysis Separation: A Case Study, Review of Current Literature and Evidence Based Treatment Guideline. Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association, Mini Combined Sections Meeting Philadelphia PA, April 2017 
Gnoffo, R and Sator, Lisa. A Breaking Point for New Mothers: Peri-Partum Pubic Symphysis Separation. American Physical Therapy Association, National Annual Conference, San Antonio Texas February 2017. 
Gnoffo, R, Sator, L, Temme, K. Peri-partum Pubic Symphysis Separation: A Case Study, Review of Current Literature and Evidence Based Treatment Guideline. Good Shepherd Penn Partners Research Day, Philadelphia PA, May 2016.
 
Previous Involvement in SoWH: Member of SOWH for 5 years.
 
Previous Involvement in APTA or State Chapter/Other Sections: 
– APTA member for 8 years
– Oncology member
– PPTA member
– Part of Think Tank with Residency Education SIG
 
Personal Statement: 
My personal vision is to continue to increase the knowledge about the benefits of pelvic health therapy for peri partum and post partum individuals. My current roles as an advanced clinician and program director for a WH residency have helped prepare me for the task in participating in a pregnancy and post partum interest group where pelvic health professionals can collaborate on ideas and combine resources to better support the pregnancy and post partum clients . The Section on Women’s Health provides a supportive professional environment and the most updated resources to help better serve our clients with peripartum and post partum dysfunction and being able to assist with the SOWH PPSIG would be rewarding 

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