Christy is a graduate of the University of Mississippi occupational therapy program. She has over 23 years of experience in occupational therapy and is certified by the National Board of Certified Occupational Therapy. Christy is the first occupational therapist to be certified as a Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certified in Mississippi by Herman and Wallace.
Christy provides pelvic floor therapy and pre- and post-prostatectomy and has completed continuing education coursework in Myofascial Release, Craniosacral Therapy, and Sensory Integration. She also completed extensive coursework in pelvic floor disorders in pursuit of her pelvic rehabilitation practitioner certification in 2018. Christy is also a Certified Mental Health Integrative Medicine Provider.
Christy and her husband Mark reside in Shannon with their six children.
Hana Grace earned her Masters in Occupational Therapy from The University of Mississippi in May of 2019. She is passionate about furthering her knowedge in pelvic health and utilizing the training she received through Herman and Wallace.
Hana Grace approaches Pelvc Health therapy with the holistic mindset nurtured in the discipline of Occupational Therapy, allowing her to frame patient care not only through the lens of the clinician but also as an advocate. She views Pelvic Floor Therapy as a calling, always knowing she wanted to be at the forefront of new treatments and research to improve her client's quality of life and restore function. Her bedside manner and dedication to her profession demonstrate her compassion, resiliency, and forward thinking that are hallmark of a consummate porfessional.
When not working alongside her fellow pelvic health therapists, Christy Watson, OTR/L, PRPC, and Meghan Bush, COTA/L, she loves spending time at her family's farm, boating, and with her Goldendoodle - Heidi.
Meghan is a 2006 graduate of the occupational therapist assistant program at the University of Louisiana-Monroe. She is a certified occupational therapist assistant licensed in the state of Mississippi. Meghan has over 10 years of experience in various settings.
She has attended the Pelvic Floor 1 continuing education course to increase her knowledge in women's pelvic floor therapy.
She and her husband Steven reside in Mooreville with their two children.