Jasmine Evans, PT, DPT
Education: BS in Health and Human Sciences, Northern Illinois University, Dekalb, IL; DPT Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL
Focus/Emphasis: Pelvic health (Men and Women), Pregnancy/post-partum, Aquatic therapy, Orthopedic and Manual therapy
Interests: I enjoy spending time with my loved ones.
Personal Quote: “I am passionate about physical therapy. I enjoy building relationships with my patients, while improving their quality of life. At Mettler, I believe you will find professionals who value excellence, integrity, and compassion both in and out of the workplace. I am proud to be amongst them.”
Resources from Jasmine Evans
The purpose of this standard of care is to highlight best practices for pelvic health physical therapists when identifying, examining, evaluating, and treating women in the postpartum stage. Pregnancy and childbirth can negatively impact the pelvic floor, abdomen, and...
I was diagnosed with pelvic organ prolapse shortly after the birth of my fourth child. I started suspecting something was wrong when I felt a bulge in my vagina. It felt like a fullness, like something was sitting at the entrance of my vagina. I’ve had that feeling...
A certified pelvic health therapist, like Jasmine, can help you return to your life without worry and without pain. Congratulations to Jasmine Evans, PT, DPT at Mettler Center for her amazing accomplishment! Her dedication to pelvic health physical therapy is...
If your primary doctor or OB/GYN is not discussing your pelvic health, then bring it up. Physical therapists have a much bigger role in treating pregnant and postpartum women than many people, including healthcare practitioners, may know. Physical therapists in general have a responsibility to assist women with returning to physical activity following childbirth.