Sandy Gibson is a graduate of Rockhurst University in Kansas City, MO. She has been practicing as a Physical Therapist since 1986, and the specialty of Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy for over 20 years. She has a Certification in Manual Physical Therapy (CMPT) and Pelvic Rehabilitation Certified Practitioner (PRPC) through Herman and Wallace Institute. She has also earned Certification of Achievement in Pelvic Physical Therapy (CAPP) from APTA. She believes the combination of both certifications in Orthopedic and Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation has allowed her to more effectively treat the whole body and thus better outcomes.
She is comfortable treating women and men who suffer with bladder, bowel, orthopedic and sexual issues related to pelvic floor muscle dysfunction. She enjoys helping women stay active through pregnancy and postpartum, treating diastasis recti, prolapse and orthopedic related issues such as hip, sacroiliac, symphysis pubis and pelvic pain. She has treated many men suffering from pelvic pain that is often misdiagnosed as chronic prostatitis.
She has a high level of empathy and is motivated to provide excellence in care because of her own experience with pelvic floor related issues. She is very passionate about her work because of the life-altering changes she has witnessed in her patients whom she has been able to effectively treat because of the training she has received during her career.
Sandy is currently working in both Franklin and West Nashville locations and able to provide one-on-one, hour long visits for all of her patients in a private, comfortable setting.
When not in the clinic treating patients, Sandy enjoys spending time with her family, being outdoors golfing, hiking, biking, and camping in beautiful Tennessee.
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