Jessica McKinney


Jessica L. McKinney, PT, DScPT, MS has 20+ years of career experience as a women's health care provider (Physical Therapist), educator & advocate with current roles as Vice President at a women's digital health company (Renovia, Inc.), adjunct university faculty (Andrews University), and consultant in global/community women's health (Mama, LLC). Her career has included over 10 years as faculty in a Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery (FPMRS; Urogynecology) fellowship program and mentorship of physical therapy students and early-career professionals. Recent relevant work includes a peer-reviewed open-access infographic addressing female urinary incontinence, co-authorship of an open-access training manual on physiotherapy care for reproductive morbidities in low-resource settings, now available in English, French, Swahili, and Portuguese, and securing listing in the Product Library of the Digital Therapeutics Alliance for the leva® Pelvic Health System (manufactured by Renovia Inc.). Dr. McKinney also provides programmatic and research support in global health and development and has contributed to multiple peer-reviewed publications, abstracts and academic videos in the areas of pelvic pain, global and domestic maternal and female pelvic health, fistula, and surgical ergonomics and is a regular educator and speaker on these subjects. Key strengths in the areas of health education, public speaking, literature search and synthesis, clinical rehabilitation, academic and patient-focused writing. She has presented on women’s health aspects of rehabilitation, obstetric fistula, reproductive morbidities, gender-based violence, and health and human rights at numerous national and international meetings and has related publications.

3:00 PM PST

Thursday March 10, 2022

Women's Health & Technology: An Untapped Market

How can we use advancement in technology to advance access to and quality of care for women? While women's health continues to be underrepresented in health care innovation, the market potential is huge and rehabilitation professionals have the opportunity to make a large contribution to this space. Join us for this exciting panel discussion!