Marsha Bowman PT, DPT, WCS
Marsha received her doctorate of physical therapy from Northeastern University where she completed her research on utilization of physical therapy following female pelvic surgery. Her facultative area of the doctorate program was in pelvic physical therapy. Marsha also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in physical therapy from the University of Memphis Health Science Center. She received her CAPP (certificate of achievement in pelvic physical therapy) from Brooks University in Jacksonville, FL in 2012 and is a Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Women's Health Physical Therapy. She has been practicing physical therapy since 1986. In addition to working in her private practice, Marsha is an adjunct professor serving on the graduate faculty at Tennessee State University. She is committed to advancing the profession of physical therapy through research and mentoring future therapists. Marsha is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, Tennessee Physical Therapy Association, Women’s Health Section of the APTA, and the International Continence Society. In her spare time, she enjoys camping with her husband and dogs, reading and teaching Pilates as a certified mat instructor.
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