Heather Ackley, PT, DPT, PRPC
Heather Ackley began her academic career by earning her Bachelor of Science
in Human Physiology with a minor in Chemistry from the University of Oregon.
As an undergraduate, she nurtured her passion for combing health and science
by working as a certified personal trainer and as a fitness instructor
for several years.
She continued her education at Chapman University in Orange, California
where she earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Currently, in addition
to her work at WOMANOLOGY + RESTORE HIM, she is an anatomy lab instructor
for the Crean College of Health and Behavioral Science at Chapman University.
Other teaching experiences include teaching the physical agents course
with Chapman’s DPT program in 2014. Heather has focused her practice
efforts on both orthopedic and pelvic health for men and women with emphasis
on spine, pelvis, and tailbone pain, and their role in urinary incontinence,
painful intercourse, urinary frequency/urgency, prostatitis, interstitial
cystitis, and pre and post-partum pathology.
Currently Heather is pursuing post-professional studies in manual therapy
with the Institute of Physical Art, and expanding her expertise in Women’s
Health by participating in the coursework offered by Herman & Wallace.
Heather has a strong passion and interest in both orthopedic and pelvic
health fields, and brings the two together in the treatment of her patients
for optimal outcomes. Heather is a current member of the American Physical
“What I love about working at WOMANOLOGY + RESTORE HIM is that the
clinic, staff, and patients make it feel like home.”
In her free time, Heather enjoys anything outdoors and involving music.