Pediatric Occupational Therapy Residency


The Ivy Rehab Pelvic Health Residency is a one-year, full-time clinically based program created to excel the professional development of clinicians in the field of Pelvic Health Therapy. Experienced clinicians will serve as faculty to guide, instruct and mentor each participant in developing advanced knowledge and clinical expertise for the duration of the program.  The program will also prepare each clinician for their Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification (PRPC) through Herman and Wallace.  Each participant is expected to complete all assigned didactic material. There will also be operational components to the program that will enable and empower each participant to implement a Pelvic Health service line into their clinic successfully.  



The Pelvic Health Residency Program provides structured and consistent didactic curriculum designed for all levels of PTs, PTAs, and OTs to become advanced practitioners in Pelvic Health rehabilitation.  The clinical focus of the curriculum will be on clinical reasoning, advancing evaluation and treatment skills while incorporating the most current evidence-based practices, including foundational and advanced coursework through Herman and Wallace. This residency program also includes support for service line development, including guidance with effective marketing, efficiency with scheduling, billing and coding, and documentation. The Pelvic Health Residency advances participants with valuable mentorship sessions and utilizes a blended model of delivery for educational curriculum that includes online self-study modules, live online learning, journal club and case review, independent study, and in-person weekend courses that are to be completed throughout this comprehensive 12-month residency program.    


Admissions Qualifications

  • Active PT, OT, PTA licensure in current state of practice  
  • Employed as a full time Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist or Physical Therapy Assistant by Ivy Rehab Network at the time of program start date  
  • Successful completion of Herman & Wallace Pelvic Floor Level 1 course 
  • Required membership in the APTA and APTA Pelvic Health Section or AOTA 
  • Commitment to completing all program requirements   
  • Commitment to taking PRPC exam at earliest eligibility  


 Application deadline: September 30, 2023  | Start date: January 1, 2024