Ashlie Crewe Campitella attended Gannon University where she received her Bachelor's in Psychology and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degrees. She then moved to the central Pennsylvania region and began her specialized training in pelvic health physical therapy. While treating patients and training in pelvic floor therapy, she also attended courses regarding pain neuroscience, finding her passion in combining the knowledge from her pelvic health courses with the neuroscience of persistent pain conditions. She has developed pelvic floor programs in several of her company's clinics and currently treats patients of all genders with pelvic health concerns while providing mentorship to other pelvic floor therapists in her company, and educating her community about pelvic health rehab.
She achieved her Board Certification as a Women's Health Specialist in 2017 and is a Certified Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner. She is also a member of the International Pelvic Pain Society as well as the Global Pelvic Health Alliance. Additionally, she has served as a teaching assistant in various Herman & Wallace classes. She is developing a curriculum for her company to make inclusive and affirming pelvic health education accessible to clinicians.
Ashlie primarily treats in central Pennsylvania, traveling to several clinics in the area to mentor therapists and consult with patients. She is experienced in treating pelvic pain conditions, urinary and fecal incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, post-operative gender-affirmation conditions, constipation, pediatric pelvic floor conditions, and prenatal and postpartum conditions. She has also been a guest on other podcast episodes focused on educating listeners about conditions pelvic physical therapy may help treat, including vaginismus, which is an area of special interest. She is passionate about the multidisciplinary care of persistent pain conditions and eager to work with experts in all fields of study to better help her patients have pain-free and fulfilling lives.