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OUR MISSION

Better Pelvis helps women across all stages of life optimize their pelvic health and physical function through specialized physical therapy services, empowering them to confidently live the life they deserve.

ABOUT DR. JACQUELINE SINEWAY

Dr. Jacqueline Sineway, PT, DPT, WCS is a board-certified Doctor of Physical Therapy and Women’s Health Clinical Specialist (WCS). Dr. Sineway attended the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida, and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Pre-Clinical Allied Health. After graduating from the University of North Florida Doctor of Physical Therapy program in Jacksonville, Florida, she received her postdoctoral specialty training from the Brooks Rehabilitation’s Institute of Higher Learning residency program in Women’s and Pelvic Health. She then received WCS board certification from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties in 2019.

Dr. Sineway’s “superpower” is making you feel comfortable discussing what many consider uncomfortable topics to begin on the path of healing. She’s passionate about restoring health and functionality through optimizing movement. Dr. Sineway has a strong background in Pilates, yoga, and dance, and enjoys utilizing concepts of body awareness and postural alignment, and bridging the gap between pelvic floor dysfunction and coexisting musculoskeletal (orthopedic) impairments to create lasting changes in wellness.

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Special Populations Treated During Residency Training
  • Female athletes (adolescents, teens, adults)

  • Active duty and retired military personnel

  • Runners

  • Breast Cancer

  • Pre- and Post-operative (pelvic/abdominal, orthopedic)

  • Pediatric

Publications, Case Reports, and Presentations

“Pelvic Floor and Abdominal Motor Control Strategies for Treatment of Stress Urinary Incontinence Post-Prostatectomy,” Journal of Women’s Health Physical Therapy, digital edition, 2020, volume 44, number 1

“Utilization of a Multimodal Approach for Chronic Pelvic Pain in an Active Duty Female with Endometriosis”

“A Physical Therapy Algorithmic Approach to Vulvar Pain and Nocturia in a 65-year-old Post-Menopausal Female”

“From the Inside Out: Increasing Body Awareness in a 59-Year-Old Female with Physical Therapy Management of Coccydynia”

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