Becky Keller received her master's degree in Physical therapy from Springfield College in Massachusetts in 2000, and began her career focusing on orthopedics, sports medicine and manual therapy. In 2006 she joined the University Medical Center of Princeton (UMCP) in Princeton, NJ and soon took over leadership as a director of their outpatient rehab clinic. By 2008, while still at UMCP, she helped to develop the first outpatient hospital-based pelvic floor rehab program in the area. This program has since grown to UMCP's Center for pelvic wellness, a multidisciplanary team approach to help patients along the path from diagnosis to wellness. Becky enjoys treating women and men across the lifespan and empowering them to improve their pelvic health. She is proud to have earned her PRPC in Nov 2016.
Becky also lectures throughout the community on various pelvic health topics, is a Total Control Instructor (teaching a group pelvic exercise and education class to her local community), Low pressure fitness/hypopressives certified (Level 1) and a member of the NVA.
Becky loves being a mom, spending time with her family, running or any exercising, and traveling.
Clinic Link: princetonhcs.org/pelvicwellness