Devon Dinegar (She/Her)
When Devon learned about the intricacies and foundational necessity of the pelvic floor, she was captivated. During her clinical rotation in a pelvic health clinic, Devon’s passion for treating patients with pelvic floor dysfunction grew stronger, especially as it was clear this is an underserved and underrepresented population. Topics of pelvic floor dysfunction are often intimate and even taboo in our society. Devon recognizes this and is able to provide a safe, comfortable space in which open communication and active listening flourishes. This allows for patients to share their story and together, come up with an optimal and effective plan of care to accomplish each patient’s goals.
Devon strives to teach all of her patients the tools they need to independently manage their symptoms, maintain their fitness, and prevent future injuries. She believes this can be accomplished through effective education, communication, and a personalized approach to each patient’s needs and goals. Devon trusts that each patient’s success is a result of hard work from both the patient and the therapist– in and outside of the clinic.
Devon is dedicated to continuing her education by staying up to date on the research and attending new and innovative courses to effectively and maximally treat her patients.
In her free time, Devon enjoys exploring new restaurants with friends, listening to true crime podcasts, reading, and traveling.
Degrees, Certifications, and Fellowships
- Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, Manhattan College
- Doctorate in Physical Therapy, Stony Brook University
- APTA Women’s Health Section
- Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute
Memberships and Affiliations
- American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), New York Chapter and Women’s Health Section
- Pelvic Guru