Annemarie Everett, PT, DPT, WCS
I knew from a young age that I wanted to be a physical therapist. Learning about the human body fed my budding science nerd, and I continue to be fascinated by the endlessly resilient, adaptable, and intricate systems that keep us moving. More importantly, however, physical therapists were the only medical professionals who I saw actually get to know their patients, spend time understanding their concerns, and develop real, meaningful relationships.
I have centered my professional career around the idea that individuals with pelvic health concerns deserve expert, evidence-based, compassionate, and positive care. Unfortunately, pelvic floor dysfunction is under-recognized and under-discussed, and access to high quality care continues to be a barrier for many. We have a long way to go, but I hope that each interaction I have with someone like you will help fuel our larger conversation about the essential nature of care for the things that we often can’t see, but affect the way that we live, work, and play.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO
B.S. Biology, 2011
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO
Doctorate of Physical Therapy, 2014
Women’s Health Clinical Specialist (WCS)
American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties
Certificate of Achievement in Pelvic Physical Therapy (CAPP-Pelvic)
Certificate of Achievement in Pregnancy and Postpartum Physical Therapy (CAPP-OB)
American Physical Therapy Association Section on Women’s Health