Tracy Sher, MPT, CSCS started working as an orthopedic and pelvic physical therapist in 2000. She currently owns her own private practice, Sher Pelvic Health and Healing in Orlando, FL. She sees patients locally as well as from out of state and country for a variety of pelvic/pelvic floor diagnoses, with a specialization in complex pelvic pain issues. Tracy is also the founder of the start-up, Pelvic Guru, a blog and social media entity that provides education, research, and humor in the area of Pelvic Health.
Prior to starting her own practice, Tracy successfully started or helped expand large hospital-based women’s health/pelvic physical therapy programs. She was Manager of the Pelvic Health Rehabilitation Program of Florida Hospital in Orlando, FL, where she was lead clinical practitioner for the outpatient clinics associated with the Pelvic Health program.
Tracy has presented for the International Pelvic Pain Society and the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. She was elected to the Board of Directors of the International Pelvic Pain Society (January 2014-January 2016). She has also been a speaker at the APTA’s Combined Section Meeting and the Annual Conference regarding the topics of Social Media for PTs and Women’s Health Diagnoses and Exercise. She regularly presented lectures to OB/GYN’s for Grand Rounds at Florida Hospital and GYN, Family Health and Colorectal Residents and Fellows, Urology- Prostate Surgery Teams and the Endometriosis Support Group. She started and managed a GYN Family Resident Pelvic PT observation program. She is currently completing her AASECT Sexuality Counseling Certification to complement her work
Tracy received her Bachelor’s degree from Emory University in Atlanta, GA. She completed her Master of Physical Therapy degree at Northwestern University in Chicago, IL, where she also received an award for clinical excellence. She is a member of the APTA SOWH, American Association of Sexuality Counselors, Educators and Therapists, the National Vulvodynia Association, the International Pelvic Pain Society, and contributes to Pudendal Neuralgia networks.