Dr. Tamra Wroblesky, PT , DPT
Tamra Wroblesky, PT, DPT is a graduate of Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA. As a Monmouth county native, Tamra first played high school tennis at Freehold Borough and then became captain of The College of New Jersey's female tennis team, playing both singles and doubles. Tamra is an avid mountaineer, summiting Mount Kilimanjaro, Pico de Orizaba, and Mount Rainier. She ran the Ocean Drive Marathon and frequents the gym for weightlifting. As a former collegiate athlete with an active lifestyle, Dr. Wroblesky has special interests in treating the female athlete, with an emphasis on preventative protocols to limit injury. She is a USAW certified Sport Performance Coach and works closely with several weightlifters, including Katie Montague who took home 6 gold medals when Tamra accompanied her to University Nationals in spring 2017. She also works closely with CrossFit boxes and USA Weightlifting to give her "Pelvic Health for Performance" lecture. Her “Supercharge your Pelvis” article can be found here on USA Weightlifting’s website. She is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association, who awarded her the 2017 Emerging Leader award, as well as the Section of Women’s Health. She is also the 2016 recipient of the Girls Scouts of the Jersey Shore, "Phenomenal Woman under 40." Dr. Wroblesky became interested in pelvic health physical therapy after her own medical obstacles dealing with severe pelvic and hip pain over six years. She has had several surgeries, including two hip labral tear repairs, allowing her to be mindful of the patient experience. Tamra is able to offer compassion and a unique perspective to her patients. Prior to moving her pelvic health advocacy to the treatment room, she shared her experiences recovering from pelvic pain on her award-winning health blog, “Sky-Circles.” She is also a contributor to the bestseller, “Pelvic Pain Explained”, available for purchase on Amazon. When she’s not treating patients, Tamra is probably hiking up a mountain, reading a good book, or drinking specialty coffee.