Rebecca earned her Doctorate and Master of Occupational Therapy from New York University after receiving her Bachelor of Science in Behavior and Health, graduating magna cum laude, from Boston University. She has a passion for women’s health and pelvic floor rehabilitation that led her to focus her doctoral studies on chronic pelvic pain. Rebecca has earned her Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification (PRPC) through Herman and Wallace after taking several courses and passing a specialty examination.
As an occupational therapist, Rebecca is dedicated to facilitating her clients return to meaningful activities. She is passionate about educating her patients about the pelvic floor. She works to empower her patients to achieve their goals. Aiming to incorporate complementary and alternative methods, Rebecca has completed her 200 hour yoga training and hopes to help patients connect to their bodies and improve their quality of life.
Rebecca lives an active life and prioritizes both physical and mental wellness. She enjoys meditating, practicing yoga, and running. When not in the clinic, Rebecca can be found exploring New York City by foot.
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