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Dr. Julie Sarton , PT, DPT, WCS

13891 Newport Ave Suite 285 Tustin California, United States, 92780
Dr. Julie Sarton, Sarton Physical Therapy
  • Pelvic Health - Both Male and Female
  • Pregnancy
  • Pregnancy / Postnatal Women’s Health Wellness
frontdesk@pelvichealing.com
(714) 770-8222
https://www.pelvichealing.com/

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Dr. Julie Sarton is among the nation’s foremost experts on the pelvic floor. She founded Sarton Physical Therapy in 2011 with the vision to provide hope and healing to her patients, with the best possible staff and evidence-based treatment. Prior to opening her practice, Julie founded and served as Director of the Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy program at the University of California, Irvine. She was also an Assistant Clinical professor at UCI. While there, she created the Women’s Health Physical Therapy Fellowship, a post-graduate fellowship training program for pelvic floor physical therapists, which has trained some of the best PTs in the country. Dr. Sarton was in the very first class of physical therapists to be board-certified, and has more than 20 years of experience in the field, successfully treating thousands of complex patients. Dr. Sarton earned her bachelor’s degree from Northern Arizona University and was awarded her doctorate from Creighton University in 1996 as part of the nation’s first doctorate program in physical therapy. A published author, Julie’s work has appeared in prestigious peer-reviewed journals such as The Journal of Sexual Medicine, The Female Patient, and Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology. In 2006, she was honored with the “Rising Star in Medicine” Award from Women Sage. Considered an expert in pelvic pain, she has been featured on The Discovery Health Channel’s Berman and Berman show and in the Orange County Register. Dr. Sarton co-founded the Pelvic Floor Sexual Medicine conference, bringing together practitioners from Southern California who treat pelvic floor disorders. Julie is a member of the International Pelvic Pain Society, the Interstitial Cystitis Association, The American Physical Therapy Association, The American Urogynecologic Society and the National Vulvodynia Association. Her most recent venture is the formation of the Pelvic Education Alliance. A continuing education resource for physical therapists nationally with a unique approach that blends classic pelvic floor assessment and treatment with an orthopedic manual therapy model.

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