Tiffany Ellsworth Lee

Tiffany holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Texas Medical Branch, and a Masters of Arts in Health Services Management from Webster University. She has worked as an occupational therapist and a manager in a variety of rehabilitation settings since 1994. In 1996 she began specializing in the treatment of neurological disorders utilizing surface EMG biofeedback. She received her training at the University of Miami under the direction of Dr. Bernard Brucker, a world renowned rehabilitation psychologist. In 1997 she became the Director of the Florida Hospital's Biofeedback Clinic in Orlando, Florida. Her biofeedback clinic specialized in treating neurological conditions (CVA, TBI, CP, and SCI), and facial paralysis. In 2004, she received her certification in pelvic muscle dysfunction from the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance (BCIA). She is a Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute faculty member and teaches biofeedback courses. She is also the owner of a continuing education company, Biofeedback Training and Incontinence Solutions, and has a private practice in San Marcos, Texas exclusively dedicated to treatment of urinary and fecal incontinence, and pelvic floor disorders. She offers clinical consultation, training workshops, and she mentors health care professionals working toward their BCIA certification.

Jane has been a practicing PT for more than thirty years. She is a graduate of the Ithaca College Physical Therapy program and earned her Masters Degree at the University of Vermont. In 2005, Jane became certified in the use of surface EMG biofeedback for pelvic floor muscle dysfunction (BCB-PMD) from the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance. Jane is President of Phoenix Physical Therapy, PLC in South Burlington, VT which she began in 2004. Jane's clinic specializes in the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction, incontinence and pelvic pain for men, women and children. Additionally, Jane offers workshops for other healthcare providers in the use of biofeedback for pelvic muscle dysfunction, mentors healthcare professionals toward certification in this field through BCIA, and offers consultation to begin practices in this area of expertise through her involvement in Biofeedback Training and Incontinence Solutions ( Jane's career has included practice at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in New York City, Brattleboro Memorial Hospital in Vermont, and at the former Medical Center Hospital of Vermont where she supervised the Department of Physical Therapy. She is a Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute faculty member and teaches biofeedback courses. Jane may be reached through her website at

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