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Newly Appointed PPSIG Director

We are delighted to welcome our newest PPSIG Director Kristi Kliebert, to the Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy!

Kristi has been a Physical Therapist for over 14 years and discovered a passion for Pregnancy & Postpartum Physical Therapy after becoming pregnant with her son, 5 years ago. Since then, she has earned her CAPP-OB Certificate, Prenatal Yoga Certification and completed a Birth Doula course. She is currently building an Outpatient Obstetric Physical Therapy Program for Sarasota Memorial Hospital. 

She enjoys volunteering for the Academy of Pelvic Health as the Lead Reviewer for the CAPP-OB Case Review Committee and is the Southeast Regional Representative for the Membership Committee. She was recently selected to serve as a Director for the Pregnancy and Postpartum Special Interest Group of the Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy, an honor which allows her to further advocate for the health and wellness of pregnant and postpartum mothers.

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      Register Now for the SSIG Residency Fair

      Join us for two days of a virtual Residency Fair hosted by the APTA Pelvic Health Student Special Interest Group (SSIG)!

      Day 1: Saturday, November 14, 2020 @ 12:00pm - 1:30 pm EST

      Featuring Residency opportunities at 

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      - Ohio University & Ohio Health Athens, OH
      - Fairview Minneapolis, MN

      Day 2: Tuesday, November 17, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm EST

      Featuring Residency opportunities at

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      Questions? Email the SSIG

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