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Dr. Rehanna Stultz, PT, DPT

She/Her

Physical Therapist

Austin, TX

Bio

Rehanna received her Bachelor of Science degree in Allied Health from Texas A&M University, her Associate of Applied Science in Physical Therapist Assistant from McLennan Community College, and her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from University of St. Augustine School for Health Sciences. While in school, she graduated with honors from her Physical Therapist Assistant program and graduated with high honors from her Physical Therapy program.

Rehanna became interested in pelvic health while she was pregnant and delivered not once, but twice during her Physical Therapy studies. She was surprised to learn how underrepresented pelvic floor physical therapy was in the community and the physical therapy world; as she looked more into this specialty, she realized that many people who needed help had no idea that pelvic floor physical therapy could be beneficial. She completed a 3 month internship with Sullivan Physical Therapy as a student where she gained knowledge on treating various pelvic floor conditions and also had the unique experience of being a postpartum patient during her internship. She loves educating patients on common misconceptions in regard to pelvic floor and seeing patients regain control of their lives when they did not think it possible.

Areas of interest for Rehanna include: pregnancy/postpartum recovery, sexual health, and pediatric pelvic floor conditions. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and has taken the Pelvic Floor Level 1 Training with Herman and Wallace.

Rehanna lives in Spicewood and enjoys spending time with her husband, son, and daughter. They love going out on the lake to boat and wakesurf and going to the dog park with their two dogs. Rehanna also loves riding her horse, Cricket.

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