Emily Graham
Physical Therapist
Austin, Texas
4 years of experience
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About me

I am a Physical Therapist specializing in Pelvic Health. From a young age I felt I wanted to have a career in healthcare. Upon graduating high school I attended The University of Texas at Austin. While working as a group fitness instructor with UT RecSports, I became passionate about helping people live fuller, more active lives. I became more interested in how the human body works and how physical rehabilitation plays a role in helping people live more pain free lives. I graduated in 2013 from The University of Texas with Bachelor in Exercise Science, and then pursued my Doctoral Degree in Physical Therapy at the University of St. Augustine. During my education I was able to gain experience in multiple rehabilitation settings throughout Texas and Oregon. These settings included skilled nursing, outpatient orthopedics and a specialized internship in women's health with emphasis in pelvic floor rehab. I graduated from USA in 2018 with high honors. I specialize in Pelvic Floor Health, and attained my Certification of Achievement in Pelvic Health Physical Therapy (CAPP), a nationally accredited certification by the American Physical Therapy Association. I combine this specialized knowledge with my skilled manual therapy techniques to make sure all areas and dysfunctions are addressed and treated properly to assure appropriate healing and recovery. I am also Certified in Dry needling, including the pelvic floor giving me extensive knowledge on using dry needles as a method for alleviating tissue dysfunction.


Doctor of Physical Therapy (2018)

Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science (2013)

Certification and training

Certificate of Achievement in Pelvic Physical Therapy (CAPP-Pelvic) (2020)

Certification in Dry Needling (2019)

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy


Accepted insurances
Aetna Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) Cigna Humana Medicare Oscar Health Insurance Co. UnitedHealthcare
Service introduction

Physical therapy services pre-natal, post-natal, pelvic pain, incontenence, diastasis recti.