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About the therapist 

Dr. Jennifer Santamaria is a SoCal resident who specializes in pelvic floor and orthopedic conditions. She received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of St Augustine for Health Sciences in San Marcos, Ca. Throughout her career, Jennifer has gained experience working with orthopedic, neurological, pelvic floor/women's health, and pediatric patients. She developed further neurological therapy skills while completing a two-month internship in Italy and has completed various manual therapy courses. As her career progressed, she developed a passion for pelvic health rehabilitation and completed advanced coursework to address women's health and pelvic dysfunction. Since then, her passion towards helping women address their concerns flourished into creating Femme Strong Physical Therapy.


Jennifer is a fluent Spanish speaker and is able to effectively communicate with those who feel more comfortable completing their rehabilitation in their native tongue. When she’s not at her dream career Jennifer enjoys the outdoors, spending time with her frenchie pups, and traveling whenever possible.


Treatable Conditions




Perinatal Care

Diastasis Recti

Scar mobility

Urinary Incontinence

Fecal Incontinence

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Sacroiliac Joint Instability

Nerve Entrapment/ Irritation

Other Focuses 

Dr. Jenny further treats a variety of orthopedic conditions ranging from cervical radiculopathy to ankle instability via manual therapy and functional movement and strengthening to get patients back to doing what they love in a pain free manner. 

Why Choose
Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy
Current research demonstrates that conservative, physical therapy interventions result in the best possible outcomes for those suffering from pelvic floor symptoms while allowing for long term benefits to be observed more constantly than with surgical or pharmaceutical interventions. These interventions include, minimally invasive treatments involving neuromuscular retraining of the pelvic floor musculature for decreased symptoms and a gradual return to the individual's preferred level of function.
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