After completing her undergraduate at Louisiana State University, Kali received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2010 from the University of South Alabama. She then worked with the neurological population including patients who had brain injuries, strokes, joint replacements, and other neurological disorders. This background later helped her with her specialization with patients who have neurological pelvic floor dysfunction. In 2012, Kali started seeing pelvic health patients and expanded her specialties with each passing year. Now she treats patients during pregnancy, postpartum rehabilitation, chronic pelvic pain, pre-op and post-surgical (prostatectomy, prolapse repair, hysterectomy, etc), pediatric pelvic floor dysfunction, the neurological pelvic floor, and many more specific diagnoses. In 2012, Kali also began her training for functional dry needling and completed over 110 hours of courses by 2014. She has been utilizing dry needling in her orthopedic and pelvic floor PT practice and been able to perfect the skills to minimize discomfort and soreness. Since 2015, she has enjoyed teaching other physical therapists about pelvic health by lab assisting with the Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy. Please contact us about any other questions regarding Kali's specialties.