Ramona C. Horton, PT, MPT received her initial degree in Biology in 1983 and went on to complete graduate training through the US Army-Baylor University program in Physical Therapy. Her experience as an Army PT reflects in her teaching style which emphasizes a multi-system approach and problem solving over protocol driven care. After exiting the Army at the rank of Captain, she continued her specialization in manual therapy and while working in orthopedics her personal experience of pregnancy and child birth gave her a new calling to the field of pelvic dysfunction.
Ramona co-founded the Women’s Health Program for Rogue Regional Medical Center located in Medford, Oregon in 1993 and currently serves as lead practitioner in her clinic’s pelvic dysfunction program treating men, women and children with uro-gynecological and colorectal issues. She has completed extensive study in manual therapy with emphasis in spinal manipulation, dry needling, visceral and fascial mobilization. The highlight of her educational experience was the opportunity to study urogenital manipulation with Jean-Pierre Barral DO, and Didier Prat, DO, in Lyon, France. Ramona developed and instructs the visceral and fascial mobilization series for Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute teaching these and other courses in multiple venues throughout the country and internationally.