Victoria La Manna, DPT, received her undergraduate and doctoral education in physical therapy at Rutgers University, School of Health Related Professions, where she was awarded the Physical Therapy Department Awards for Academic Excellence and Community Service. Victoria began her pelvic floor training at University of Florida’s Health Rehab. She fell in love with the field of pelvic health, witnessing patients succeed after numerous unsuccessful interventions, confirming her passion for pelvic physical therapy. She received continuing education in pelvic floor disorders through Herman and Wallace Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation Institute, as well as extensive pelvic floor training at Beyond Basics. She has also taken continuing education courses through the Institute of Physical Art. Victoria completed her clinical training at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center, Meridian Health, Pediatric Rehabilitation of New York, and UF Health Rehab. She has experience working with patients recovering from musculoskeletal disorders, sport injuries, joint replacement surgery, as well as children with developmental disorders. She received specialized training in Schroth specific exercise for scoliosis at PRNY, a conservative treatment that addresses the 3-dimensional nature of scoliosis through neuro-muscular re-education and rotational breathing. Victoria plans to pursue her Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification, as well as the Institute of Physical Art’s CFMT certification. She is a member of the APTA section on Women’s Health.
Victoria enjoys multi-sport recreation, running, hiking, yoga, and swimming at the Jersey shore. In her down time, you can catch her sipping a good cup of tea while reading a memoir or listening to the latest on TED Talks. She loves watching the New York Yankees and New York Giants, experiencing new cuisines, and spending time with friends and family. Victoria is active in her local community as a volunteer certified Emergency Medical Technician.