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