Mona Espanola, PT, DPT
Mona Espanola is a physical therapist specializing in pelvic health for
both men and women. Mona earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from
Touro University Nevada in 2013, and received her Bachelor's degree
in Clinical Exercise Science from California State University Fullerton.
She is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)
- Section on Women's Health, International Pelvic Pain Society (IPPS),
Southern California Pelvic Floor Sexual Medicine Collaborative Group (PFSM).
She is actively pursuing a board certification in Women's Health through the APTA.
Mona has a special interest in chronic pelvic pain conditions such as pudendal
neuralgia, interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome, vulvodynia,
prostatitis, post-surgical pain, and post-partum pain. She also wants
to create an awareness, while providing personalized care and treatment
for the underserved male population experiencing pelvic pain. Mona focuses
on patient-centered care while utilizing the most current evidence-based
manual therapy techniques through specialized education and training received
from Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute, Pelvic Education
Alliance, and a post-graduate fellowship focusing on chronic pelvic pain
and pelvic floor dysfunction.
While working on her Doctorate, Mona volunteered at the Children’s
Heart Center, Sunrise Hospital in Nevada and other non-profit organizations
to promote health, wellness, and fitness to the youth in the Las Vegas
area. During her free time, Mona likes to stay active with yoga, paddle
boarding, hiking, and running. She plans to work on her yoga teacher training
and incorporate this into patient care. She likes to attend sporting events,
concerts, spend time with family and friends, and play with her French
Bulldogs Bruce and Gus.