OTs In Pelvic Health

The OT Theme Song: "If You Have a Problem, Yo, I'll Solve It" with Alyson Stover + Rakhi Srivastava

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  • Tickets for the 3rd annual "OTs in Pelvic Health Summit" (Aug 17-18, 2024) go on sale Feb 1!  Visit here for details.
  • More about my guests:
    Rakhi Srivastava, MOT, OTR/L (she, her, hers)
    Rakhi has been an OT for over 13 years. In April 2022, Rakhi established Queen City Pelvic Health and Wellness, LLC, where she treats all genders holistically from head to toe and believes that “nothing is TMI.” She treats in Anderson Township near Cincinnati, OH and has a second location in Fort Thomas, KY. Rakhis experience includes 11 years at The Christ Hospital, where she worked in inpatient rehabilitation and acute care prior to outpatient pelvic floor therapy. In her last 4 years at Christ, Rakhi planned, developed, and executed the hospitals pelvic floor therapy program. From 2015-2019, she was also an Adjunct Professor of OT at Xavier University.  She was a speaker at the OTs in Pelvic Health Summit, has been a guest on the OTs in Pelvic Health Podcast, and was part of the small group of pelvic health OTs who established the Pelvic Health CoP through the AOTA. She was the Co-Chair of the Post-Dobbs Task Force. Rakhi was recently an author of the “AOTA Societal Statement on Reproductive Health.  Where to find Rahki: www.queencitypelvichealth.com
    Alyson Stover
    A childhood family trauma introduced Alyson Stover, MOT, JD, OTR/L, BCP to the power of occupational therapy. A subsequent lifetime of study and practice convinced her that patient advocacy was every bit as essential as her technical practice of occupational therapy. That would be a pretty full slate for most OTs, but it doesn't begin to describe all of Stover's accomplishments. Stover founded and owns Capable Kids, a private outpatient pediatric practice north of Pittsburgh that provides physical and speech and language therapy services in addition to occupational therapy. She's also an associate professor in the Department of OT at the University of Pittsburgh School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. In July 2021, she will begin a four-year term as president-elect/president of the AOTA, representing over 100,000 OT practition

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