Soon to be Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy

Tamra Wroblesky

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Tamra Wroblesky
Nominated for Position: EPSIG – President
DPT at Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA, 2015; B.A. in History and Women and Gender Studies, The College of New Jersey, 2010.
CAPP 2016, USAW certified Sport Performance Coach, Dry needling 1
Current Practice:
Co-founded a thriving outpatient pelvic physical therapy specialty practice on the Jersey shore. In 3 years, Inner Dynamics Physical Therapy has now grown from 2 to 7 therapists treating abdominopelvic conditions, along with general orthopedic and chronic cases. Clinical instructor with 3 different DPT programs. I also give lectures on pelvic health for performance to weightlifting and crossfit gyms. 
Professional Awards and Contributions:
2018- hired by USA Weightlifting to give a pelvic lecture and workshop to the first ever all female international weightlifting camp, 2017 Volunteer of the year award SOWH, 2017- APTA Emerging Leader award, 2016 “Phenomenal Woman Under 40” by the Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore, APTA Section on Women’s Health CSM Student Scholarship, Wellsphere top Blogger award within Women’s Health Community (http://[email protected]
Previous Involvement in SoWH: 
Name Change Task Force 2014-2017, Former SOWH SSIG President, blog writer for the section
Previous Involvement in the APTA or State Chapter or other Sections:
APTA member for entire physical therapy career, attendee of 4 CSM conferences, programmer of a CSM “What Does a Women’s Health Therapist Do?” session 
Personal Statement: 
As an early professional only three years out of school, I want to be involved with this exciting new SIG to motivate other recently graduated therapists. I have been involved with the SOWH since I was a first year student, ultimately becoming the SOWH student president, and then a member of the Name Change Task Force. I balance my volunteer work with my other passion of being a pelvic physical therapist business owner and managing a thriving outpatient practice on the Jersey shore. My vision for the early professional SIG is to create a community of recent graduates to get more involved in the SOWH, as well as continue to grow as physical therapists and entrepreneurs. I would like to establish an online community, as well as meetings at conferences to foster relationships within the early professional community. I would also like to create a resource packet for the early professional to assist with the transition from student to clinician. As a former SSIG president, and as a business owner, I have the leadership skills to shape this new group and be a trail blazer for early professionals.


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