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Brooke Winder, DPT, OCS | Sarton Physical Therapy



Brooke Winder, PT, DPT, OCS

Pelvic Floor Specialist

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist

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Sarton Physical Therapy: Hope and healing for all forms of pelvic floor dysfunction in women and men.


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Brooke brings extensive training in pelvic health to Sarton Physical Therapy and combines this with her background as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist.

Brooke has achieved advanced board certification through The American Physical Therapy Association as an OCS and graduated from University of Southern California (USC) with her doctorate degree in 2010. Brooke's unique ability to integrate her knowledge as an Orthopedic Clinical Certified Specialist combined with specialization in pelvic floor dysfunction allows for a one-of-a-kind approach to treatment and healing that Sarton PT is thrilled to offer to our patients.

Brooke's passion for movement developed through training as a gymnast and dancer for many years. After completing her BFA in Dance Performance at Chapman University in 2004, she then received her Pilates Instructor training through BASI Pilates (Body Arts and Science International) in 2005. Her movement experience as a dancer and Pilates instructor have provided an excellent foundation for her career as both an orthopedic and pelvic floor physical therapist.

In addition to being a pelvic health specialist in treating women and men, Brooke heads up a new specialized program at Sarton Physical Therapy providing treatment for The Female Athlete.

About Brooke:

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EDUCATION

Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of Southern California 2010


Bachelor of Fine Arts, Chapman University 2004
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AWARDS AND CERTIFICATIONS

APTA board certification in Orthopedic Physical therapy

Pilates Instructor training through BASI Pilates (Body Arts and Science International)


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PUBLICATIONS
Kulig K, Loudon J, Popovich JM Jr, Pollard CD, Winder BR. Dancers with Achilles tendinopathy demonstrate altered lower extremity take-off kinematics. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy. 2011; 41(8):606-613.

Abstracts:

Winder, BR. Jumping and Leaping in Dance: Lessons Learned in the Biomechanics Laboratory. International Association of Dance Medicine and Science Annual Meeting Platform Presentation. October 2013, Seattle, WA.

Loudon J, Popovich JM Jr, Winder BR, Pollard CD, Kulig K. Lower extremity kinematics in the presence of Achilles tendinopathy during a saut de chat performed by elite dancers. CSM 2010, San Diego, CA.

Winder BR, Asami DK, Pollard CD, Souza RB, Arya S, Popovich JM Jr, Kulig K. Lower-extremity joint kinetics during the takeoff phase of a grand jeté performed by elite dancers. CSM 2009, Las Vegas, NV and CPTA 2009, Pasadena, CA.

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