Jessica McKinney, PT, MS, CMPT

VP, Medical Affairs & Clinical Advocacy

Ms. McKinney served as Director of The Center for Pelvic and Women’s Health for Marathon Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine, a program dedicated to physical therapy, education and wellness of men, women, and girls with an emphasis on pelvic and maternal health. She is an active clinician, speaker, educator, and mentor.

Since 2009, she has pursued and developed emerging programs in obstetric fistula rehabilitation, pelvic and women’s health in low-income countries, working with organizations, such as the FistulaCare Plus project of EngenderHealth, Panzi Hospital and Foundation, Global Strategies and HEAL Africa in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Her work is dedicated to promoting multidisciplinary collaboration, and promoting access to care, program development and capacity building in pelvic and women’s health physiotherapy.

Ms. McKinney is a 2000 graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, earning a Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy. She is co-author of several papers, abstracts, academic videos, and a book chapter and is involved in ongoing research projects involving pelvic pain, global and domestic maternal health, and surgical ergonomics and recently co-founded a public health and physical therapy consulting agency dedicated to improving women’s and girls’ health domestically and internationally.

Jessica McKinney, PT, MS, CMPT

VP, Medical Affairs & Clinical Advocacy

Ms. McKinney served as Director of The Center for Pelvic and Women’s Health for Marathon Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine, a program dedicated to physical therapy, education and wellness of men, women, and girls with an emphasis on pelvic and maternal health. She is an active clinician, speaker, educator, and mentor.

Since 2009, she has pursued and developed emerging programs in obstetric fistula rehabilitation, pelvic and women’s health in low-income countries, working with organizations, such as the FistulaCare Plus project of EngenderHealth, Panzi Hospital and Foundation, Global Strategies and HEAL Africa in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Her work is dedicated to promoting multidisciplinary collaboration, and promoting access to care, program development and capacity building in pelvic and women’s health physiotherapy.

Ms. McKinney is a 2000 graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, earning a Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy. She is co-author of several papers, abstracts, academic videos, and a book chapter and is involved in ongoing research projects involving pelvic pain, global and domestic maternal health, and surgical ergonomics and recently co-founded a public health and physical therapy consulting agency dedicated to improving women’s and girls’ health domestically and internationally.