Beyond the Binary: Transitioning to Accessible and Affirmative Care of Transgender Patients
This microlearning course provides an overview of treating pelvic health issues with the LGBT+ community. This presentation is part of the APTA Optimizing Access to Pelvic Health event, powered by Select Medical. To access the full event recording and other relevant learning resources, click here.
PT, DPT, Board-Certified Women's Health Physical Therapist
Kat Nasseri PT, DPT, Board-Certified Clinical Specialist in Women’s Health Physical Therapy, (she/her) is a ReVital cancer rehabilitation specialist, certified lymphedema therapist, and certified doula. She graduated with her doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Kentucky in 2015, and later graduated from Baylor’s nationally accredited Women’s Health Residency Program in 2018. She is experienced in treating gender diverse patients both pre- and post-operatively and is passionate about treating these patients for a variety of diagnoses. Since 2022, she has worked as the pelvic health physical therapist for the gender affirmation surgery program at Rush University Medical Center. She also treats both adult and pediatric pelvic and abdominal health patients for a variety of diagnoses at Rush Physical Therapy in downtown Chicago.
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