Tracy Sher, MPT, CSCS is a pelvic physical therapist, consultant, and founder of Pelvic Guru. Her private practice, Sher Pelvic Health and Healing, is located in Orlando, FL. Over her thirteen-plus years of practice, she has successfully started or helped expand hospital-based women's health/pelvic physical therapy programs. She also currently teaches courses nationally as a faculty member for Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute. Tracy has a passion for treating complex pelvic pain, sexual pain, and pudendal neuralgia. She is also committed to improving women's health care across the lifespan - pregnancy, postpartum,and beyond.
Most recently, Tracy was manager of a large, hospital-based pelvic health rehabilitation program, where she was also the lead clinical practitioner. She regularly worked with world-renowned specialized programs such as Complex Abdominal and Pelvic Pain Program, Dr. Lamvu's Vulvar Pain Clinic, and Global Robotics Institute. She presented lectures to OB/GYN's for Grand Rounds and GYN, Family Health, Colorectal Residents and Fellows, Urology- Prostate Surgery Teams and Endometriosis groups. She developed a GYN Family Resident Pelvic PT observation program.
- Bachelor's degree from Emory University in Atlanta, GA.
- Master of Physical Therapy degree at Northwestern University in Chicago, IL Received an award for clinical excellence.
- Completed all levels of the CAPA Pelvic Floor Series courses through Herman and Wallace. Teaches PF1 and has lab assisted PF2, Pregnancy and Postpartum.
- Sexual Counseling certification, AASECT (pending).
- Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist Certification, NSCA
- International Pelvic Pain Society- Vulvodynia
- Canadian Physiotherapy Association- Modalities and Pelvic Pain
- APTA's Annual Conference - Women's Health and Exercise
- Upcoming: Nov. 2012: Pelvic Floor 1- Duke and Jan. 2013: Social Media for PTs, CSM San Diego, Pudendal Course- Oakland, CA
- American Physical Therapy Association- Section on Women's Health
- American Association of Sexuality Counselors, Educators and Therapists
- National Vulvodynia Association
- International Pelvic Pain Society