Meet Allea

 
 

Allea found her passion for women's health and pelvic floor therapy on a clinical rotation in Kansas City, Missouri. Afterwards, she began to further her experience and knowledge by developing a protocol for female stroke victims with urinary incontinence.

 

 

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About Allea

Allea Francis is from Columbia, Missouri, and earned her Bachelors of Health Sciences degree from the University of Missouri in 2015.

She was granted early admission into the University of Missouri's Physical Therapy program and graduated in May, 2017.  

During her time at the University of Missouri, she participated in PhysZOU, which is the largest pro bono clinic in the nation. In 2016, Allea was chosen to volunteer in Guatemala alongside her classmates, tasked with the restoration of wheelchairs for individuals with disabilities. 

Allea found her passion for women's health and pelvic floor therapy on a clinical rotation in Kansas City, Missouri. Afterwards, she began to further her experience and knowledge by developing a protocol for female stroke victims with urinary incontinence.

Allea brings her genuine excitement and growing knowledge as a pelvic floor therapist to the team.  Allea finds interest in playing soccer, riding her bike, exploring new sites of the city, and rooting on her favorite Kansas City sports teams.

Education

  • Bachelors of Health Sciences, University of Missouri
  • University of Missouri School of Health Professions Physical Therapy program

Awards & Certifications

  • Certificate of Completion through the University of Missouri of Pelvic Girdle Treatment and Assessment

Organizations & Professional Involvement

  • PhysZou Participant
  • Member of the American Physical Therapy Association
  • Sarton Physical Therapy's Fellowship program
  • Member of the International Pelvic Pain Society