Founders and Faculty > Stephanie Ann Bobinger, PT, DPT, WCS
Stephanie started her occupational journey studying exercise science education at The Ohio State University where she was a dissector and anatomy teacher’s assistant for 3 years. She then became a graduate research assistant earning her doctorate degree in physical therapy in 2012 from Ohio University. She has practiced in neurological rehab at The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago where she participated in research committees (The BRAIN) and was involved in promoting the integration of pelvic floor rehabilitation in the inpatient setting.
With growing interests to research and serve neurological populations with abdominal-pelvic health considerations, Stephanie joined the Men and Women’s Health Therapy team at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center (OSUWMC) in 2013. Through program deveopment and extensive continuing education, she has since become a board certified women’s health specialist (WCS), an educator for various DPT programs, a clinical mentor, a faculty member for the Multiple Sclerosis Committee, and a member of the Specialty Academy of Content Experts (SACE) for the APTA Section on Women’s Health. To advocate pelvic health services, she has presented for various central Ohio community groups as well as for international groups such as the International Lamaze Association (2016) and the International DONA Association (2017). Stephanie also serves as the program director developing a women’s health physical therapy residency program at OSUWMC in order to support the didactic and clinical foundational mentorship for future leaders in men and women’s health.
Stephanie has a lifelong passion for art; her hobbies include DIY projects, photography, and painting. In addition she enjoys movies, Barre3, and time with family and friends (including her Morky, Milo).