Jessica is a board-certified specialist in Women’s Health (WCS) and is passionate about working with all people with pelvic floor disorders, especially those with chronic pelvic pain, urinary dysfunction and bowel dysfunction. She is a graduate of Gordon College with a B.S. in Kinesiology and of Duke University where she received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. Jessica owns and treats patients at Southern Pelvic Health in Atlanta, GA, a specialty pelvic rehabilitation practice.
Jessica is passionate about pelvic health education, and works closely with Holly Tanner in writing and updating Pelvic Floor Level 1, 2A and 2B coursework. She also regularly guest lectures at local university DPT programs, and has presented at conferences, seminars, community groups, and various medical and physical therapy residency programs.
Jessica loves supporting other pelvic rehabilitation providers, and founded the Facebook group, Pelvic PT Newbies, as a place for safe questioning, learning and growth. She also established and runs a professional small group mentoring program several times each year. She also runs an educational blog on pelvic health topics through her website, and is active on social media @southernpelvichealth, spreading awareness of pelvic floor dysfunction and pelvic rehabilitation. Outside of work, Jessica enjoys spending time with her husband and 2 daughters, staying active, and traveling. .