Sandi specializes in caring for people with pelvic floor problems and pain during pregnancy. She has advanced training in evaluating conditions of the pelvic floor including bowel and bladder problems and pain. She sees women, men and children who have these problems. Sandi enjoys working with people and having the opportunity to teach them how to reduce their symptoms.
Active with the APTA Section on Women's Health as CAPP-OB committee assistant chair and teaching assistant, Sandi takes part in training therapists in the evaluation and treatment of pregnant patients and patient with pelvic floor dysfunction. She is the recipient of Volunteer of the Year award along with the six member committee of 2013 Section on Women's Health.
In her spare time, Sandi enjoys spending time with her family, bicycling, reading, and gardening.
- P.T., University of Massachusetts, School of Physical Ther 1986
- Certified orthopedic manual therapist, 1994
Memberships and associations
- American Physical Therapy Association