Caren Hamilton received her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology from Abilene Christian University in 2015. She continued on to receive her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of North Texas in 2019.
Early on, she realized she was interested in a more niche aspect of the profession and was able to begin continuing education in pelvic rehabilitation while still in graduate school. After a 4-month internship at Woerner Physical Therapy in Fort Worth, TX, she knew that pelvic health was an excellent fit. While continuing to work under her own license, she has pursued extensive training and mentorship in the many facets of pelvic PT.
She currently treats all female pelvic health dysfunction and feels exceptionally passionate about the nervous system involvement in pelvic floor function and the biopsychosocial impact. Caren is excited about the opportunity at this moment in history regarding the growth and potential of pelvic health physical therapy within the medical community and its accessibility to all humans.
She is an avid yogi herself and loves encouraging patients to find their own ways to connect with their bodies and the communication occurring there. At the end of the day, we are all seeking moments of beauty and connection in our lives and a healthy pelvic floor is essential to that experience!