Dr. Staci Levine, DPT, OCS, PRPC, Advanced Hip Clinician
COO & Pelvic Health Program Director
Staci is a graduate of the University of Maryland, where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology. In 2008, Staci earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree with honors from Columbia University. She subsequently received her board certification in orthopedics qualifying her as an Orthopedic Certified Specialist (OCS) through the American Physical Therapy Association. Staci is a member of the APTA’s Orthopedic and Women’s Health Section and has a passion for treating athletes, runners and triathletes with orthopedic and sports injuries, pre/post surgical diagnoses, prenatal and post-partum patients and pelvic floor dysfunction. Staci has achieved the Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification (PRPC) through the Herman and Wallace Institute, earning a distinction only approximately 12 others have in the tri-state area. She specializes in pelvic health in both men and women with musculoskeletal causes of chronic pelvic pain, urinary and fecal incontinence, constipation and bowel dysfunction, sexual dysfunction, interstitial cystitis, prostatitis, prolapse, and pain and dysfunction associated with pregnancy and the post-partum period. She is currently striving to become a Certified Functional Manual Therapist through the Institute of Physical Art. Staci is an HSS Hip Rehabilitation Preservation Certified Clinician through the Hospital for Special Surgery treating patients with hip labral tears, hip tendinitis/tendonosis, Cam/Pincer impingements associated with FAI, pre/post-op PAO, post-op hernia repair, osteoarthritis and Total Hip Arthroplasty. Staci has completed many continuing education courses in manual therapy for the spine and extremities and pelvic floor dysfunction to ensure she is up to date with the latest evidence-based practices to provide the most individualized, effective care for each patient. She has completed 5 marathons and several half marathons and finds she relates easily to the mindset of athletes striving to get back to their sport pain free as quickly as possible.