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Current SoWH Members

Welcome back! As a reminder, your username is your APTA e-mail address and your password is your last name with the first letter capitalized followed by your APTA Member ID (LastnameAPTAID i.e. Smith123456).

Your APTA Member ID can be found on your APTA membership card. If you can't find or don't know your APTA ID, you may obtain it from APTA's Service Center or Membership Department (800) 999-2782. If you don't know your member e-mail address or have other difficulties logging in, please contact us!

New SoWH Members

Congratulations on joining our 3,200+ member community. You are only ONE step away from unlocking access to your membership perks! The American Physical Therapy Association is processing your membership. It typically takes 1 month for your component membership to process after which you will receive an activation e-mail from SoWH. If you wish to skip the wait and activate your member benefits now, please complete our Member Account Activation Request.

Not an SoWH Member?

Explore our SoWH Member Benefits to help you decide or register for a Guest Account to purchase courses and receive the latest announcements from us.

Join/Renew Membership
 

Join our community of 3,200+ PTs, PTAs, and SPTs and get access to continuing education offers, practice resources, research grant opportunites, access to the Journal of Women's Health Physical Therapy, Physical Therapist Directory Listing and volunteer opportunities!

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Learning Center
 

Attend one or more of our 45+ live, in-person certificate courses.

Earn contact hours towards renewing your license and sharpen your skills!

900+ hours of evidence-based online and live regional courses (estimated 90.2 CEUs)

Register for a Course
Special Interest Groups
 

SoWH offers members access to join special interest groups such as the following:

  • - Student SIG
  • - Pregnancy & Postpartum SIG
  • - Early-Professional SIG
  • - Male Pelvic Health SIG

Only Section Members can join a SIG.

Join A SIG
Social Link Network
 

Let your voice be heard! Members can participate in research surveys and receive government affairs, payment & policy updates in regards to coding and billing.

Members also get access to the Social Link, a social platform where they can connect with fellow PT, PTA, and SPT members and join groups within the membership.

Join The Conversation
Free Access to the Journal of Women's Health Physical Therapy
 

JWHPT is available for FREE in print and electronic versions to all Section on Women’s Health members.

Catch up on the latest research in women's health physical therapy!

Non-members can purchase separate subscription to the journal.

Read Now
Professional Development
 

Volunteer | Run for SoWH Office
Apply/Post a Job

The benefits of volunteering are enormous to you and your professional community! Volunteering can help you network, find friends, and learn new skills!

SoWH is always seeking new volunteers to join its committees or run for office.

Discover Opportunities
Digital Library
 

SoWH has great patient education handouts for you and your practice.

We also offer ICD-10 code guidance, sample cases, and FAQs. Members can submit questions to the Practice Committee for additional help.

Download a FREE copy of the WCS study Guide!

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Resource Directory
 

Are you starting your own practice? Are you looking for new physical therapy related products and services?

Look no further than the SoWH Resource Directory!

Shop Resources
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Who We Are

Founded in 1977, Section on Women's Health is a global authority in abdominal and pelvic health. In the last 41 years, the scope of practice for our 3,200+ members has widened to include myriad health abdominal and pelvic concerns of women, men, and children: incontinence, pelvic/vaginal pain, prenatal and postpartum musculoskeletal pain, osteoporosis, rehabilitation following breast surgery, lower back pain, lymphedema, conditions specific to the female athlete, fibromyalgia, chronic pain, wellness, and exercise. We transform society by empowering professionals and people everywhere.

Our mission is to advance global excellence in abdominal and pelvic health through evidence-based practice, innovative education, research, and social responsibility.

Section on Women's Health is a component of the American Physical Therapy Association.

Section on Women's Health-APTA
1420 New York Ave, NW, 5th Floor Washington D.C 20005
Tel. (202) 868-6909 | E-mail:info@womenshealthapta.org
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