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Dr. Emily Driscoll, PT, DPT, WCS, PCES
Board Certified Women’s Health Specialist | Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist | Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist
Dr. Emily Driscoll is a Virginia native and outdoor/movement enthusiast. She lives in Richmond with her husband, dog, and two cats. She is happiest in the water, paddle boarding, or doing yoga, but also can get down with running and a little weight lifting. She treats all genders with pelvic health and/or orthopedic concerns. She has a special interest in treating chronic pelvic pain, sexual dysfunction, chronic prostatitis, vulvodynia, endometriosis, PCOS, gender-affirming complications, and interstitial cystitis.
Emily graduated from Christopher Newport University in 2012 with a major in Biology, and a minor in Studio Art. She graduated from University of Lynchburg in 2018 with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She knew right away that she wanted to be a pelvic floor specialist and did her final clinical rotation in Nashville, Tennessee. She has received additional clinical training through direct mentorship and post-doctoral education through courses hosted by the Institute of Clinical Excellence, Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehab Institute, Barral Institute, International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health, Evidence In Motion and the APTA Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy.
Emily is a Board Certified Women’s Health Specialist, Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist, and Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist. Dr. Emily specializes in the evaluation and treatment of abdominal and pelvic conditions such as urinary and fecal incontinence, pelvic pain, pelvic girdle dysfunction, sexual dysfunction, diastasis recti, constipation, pelvic organ prolapse and other conditions unique to pregnancy, postpartum and menopausal states. Emily takes a trauma-informed, holistic approach to treatment. She utilizes manual therapy treatments, visceral mobilization, dry needling, and movement based functional rehabilitation to get patients back to where they want to be. She has lectured for various local pregnancy and postpartum support groups. She has presented on the Anatomy and Physiology of Female Sexual Function for the Women’s Health Initiative. She has clinically instructed DPT students interested in Pelvic Health Physical Therapy.
Dr. Emily’s true passion is combining the science of physical therapy with the art of patient care to help people improve their most essential functions.
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