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Pamela Morrison Wiles, MS, DPT, BCB-PMD, IMTC
Physical Therapist and Pelvic Health Specialist
New York, NY

About Pamela Morrison Wiles, MS, DPT, BCB-PMD, IMTC

Dr. Pamela Morrison has been a physical therapist for 26 years and is the owner of a private practice in Manhattan specializing in the areas of orthopedics and women's and men’s pelvic pain. She earned a BA in biology, psychology, and athletic training from the University of Stony Brook, New York in 1991. Dr. Morrison earned a bachelor's degree in physical therapy in 1993 from Downstate Medical Center in New York, as well as an advanced master’s degree in orthopedic physical therapy from Touro College, New York in 1999.

Certified as a specialist in pelvic floor muscle dysfunction biofeedback, she has also completed training in real-time ultrasound imaging for lumbar and pelvic dysfunction. She has completed a Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Touro College in 2006 with a research emphasis in physical therapy and patients with vulvar pain. Dr. Morrison also received a Certification in Integrative Manual Therapy from the Connecticut School for Integrative Manual Therapy (2006). She has attended more than 200 continuing education courses in women's and men's health, pelvic and low back pain, joint manipulation, visceral/urogenital manipulation, craniosacral therapy, vulvar diseases, nutrition, and advanced manual therapies.

On the lecture circuit, Dr. Morrison presents to both national and international audiences on the  topics of vulvodynia, interstitial cystitis, treatment of pelvic pain, biofeedback, and pelvic floor muscle dysfunction. She was a primary instructor on pelvic pain for the Section on Women's Health, American Physical Therapy Association and has presented research on physical therapy for clitoral pain, vulvar pain, breech position, men's pelvic pain, and infertility at national conferences. Currently, she serves as the Vice President of the National Vulvodynia Association and associate editor for The Journal of Sexual Medicine Reviews. Dr. Morrison also reviews research publications in The Journal of Sexual Medicine.

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