Amanda Olson Physiotherapist, PhD PT, PRPC, CAPP-PF

Amanda Olson

Ph.D., PT, PRPC, CAPP-PF

Physiotherapist

Women's Health

Oregon, United States
/ English
Dr. Amanda Olson teaches internationally on various pelvic health topics including pelvic floor dysfunction in runners. She has written newspaper and magazine articles on pelvic floor dysfunction and running and also authored the book : Restoring the Pelvic Floor For Women. Dr. Olson is the president and chief clinical officer of Intimate Rose where she develops pelvic health products and education.

Biography

Dr. Amanda Olson teaches internationally on various pelvic health topics including pelvic floor dysfunction in runners. She has written newspaper and magazine articles on pelvic floor dysfunction and running and also authored the book : Restoring the Pelvic Floor For Women. Dr. Olson is the president and chief clinical officer of Intimate Rose where she develops pelvic health products and education. She is passionate about empowering women and men with pelvic health issues including pelvic pain, incontinence, pregnancy and post-partum issues.


University studies :

  • Bachelor of Science, Kinesiology and Exercise Science (Pacific University, 2005) ;
  • Doctorate Degree , Physical Therapy (Regis University, 2008).

Career highlights :

  • Publication in JWHPT;
  • Patent on pelvic pain devices;
  • Publication of book;
  • Teaching internationally on pelvic health topics.

Additional trainings :

  • CAPP-PF Certified through APTA;
  • PRPC certified through Herman & Wallace.

 

  1. Christopher, Shefali Mathur PT, DPT, PhD1,2; Gallagher, Sandra PT, DPT3; Olson, Amanda PT, DPT4; Cichowski, Sara MD, FACOG5; Deering, Rita E. PT, DPT, PhD6. Rehabilitation of the Postpartum Runner: A 4-Phase Approach. Journal of Women’s Health Physical Therapy 46(2):p 73-86, April/June 2022. | DOI: 10.1097/JWH.0000000000000230. Open access article: Click here!

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