Kristina Fitzgerald, LATC, MSPT, DPT, PRPC, is a doctor of physical therapy in the department of Pelvic Rehabilitation. She graduated from Northeastern University with a bachelor’s degree in athletic training and earned a Master of Science degree in physical therapy at the University of Rhode Island. Dr. Fitzgerald completed her doctorate of physical therapy at the MGH Institute of Health Profession. She is certified as a prenatal and postpartum physical therapy practitioner. She is a certified pelvic rehabilitation practitioner, skilled in the diagnosis and treatment of pelvic dysfunctions for all patients throughout the life cycle. In addition to her clinical experience.
Dr. Fitzgerald teaches continuing education courses to physical therapists on evaluation and treatments for patients before and after gender affirming surgeries. She has extra training in evaluation and treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction for the pediatric patient. Dr. Fitzgerald has 17 years of experience as a physical therapist, with over 10 years in pelvic health. She is an adjunct professor at URI’s Physical Therapy program teaching pregnancy and post-partum care.