Ramona C. Horton, MPT co-founded the Women’s Health Program for Rogue Valley Medical Center located in Medford, Oregon in 1993. She currently serves as lead practitioner in her clinic’s pelvic dysfunction program, treating both men and women with urogynecological and colorectal issues. She has used visceral mobilization since 1996.
Ramona has appeared on local news and radio programs and lectured throughout the region on topics of women’s health and pelvic dysfunction. She has presented to physicians, nurse practitioners and physicians assistants for CME at venues such as The Bill Young Conference on Women’s and Children’s Health and The Oregon Society of Physicians Assistants Spring Medical Update.
Ramona received her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Idaho State University. She completed the U.S. Army-Baylor University Program in Physical Therapy in 1985 and earned a Masters in Physical Therapy from Baylor University in 1986. The highlight of her educational experience was the opportunity to study urogenital mobilization with Jean-Pierre Barral DO, and Didier Prat, DO, at the Andrew Taylor Still Academy in Lyon, France in 2003. Her extensive experience in manual therapy has allowed her to work as a teaching assistant for courses in muscle energy technique, myofascial release and visceral mobilization.