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Liz Miracle, PT, MSPT, WCS


Head of Clinical Quality and Talent

San Francisco


Originally from Texas, Liz graduated from Texas Woman's University School of Physical Therapy. She gained passion about serving women long before having her own baby through her close relationship with her college roommate, now an obstetrician. Liz enjoys working with patients who wish to prepare for birth, as well as serving those experiencing diastasis recti.  She has a special place in her heart for those who wish to conceive and have been unable to due to a history of painful intercourse.

Liz began practicing pelvic floor physical therapy in 2006. She is dedicated to employing the most current, evidence-based techniques. Liz received her Certification of Achievement in Pelvic Physical Therapy (CAPP) from the American Physical Therapy Association and then went on to head the certification committee creating educational materials and teaching them nationally for the Academy of Pelvic Health, a section of the American Physical Therapy Association.

In 2010, Liz began teaching as an assistant clinical professor for the University of California San Francisco's Graduate Program in Physical Therapy. She then received her Clinical Specialization in Women's Health (WCS) from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties.  In 2013, she completed her yoga teacher training and enjoys incorporating this into her practice.

Liz was excited to collaborate on the creation of the first smart pelvic floor exerciser, kGoal. She now finds joy in working to create educational materials for the team at Origin and collaborating to create the optimal patient experience. When not exploring innovative ways to help her patients, she is at home in the North Bay of San Francisco gardening, running and hiking in the hills with her husband and daughter.

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