Meet BeCKY



Originally from Washington state, Becky made her way down to Orange County to pursue what she calls the “magic” of pelvic floor physical therapy.


Pelvic floor physical therapy lit a fire in me as a student, and I became anxious to learn more and change the wave of medicine.
— Becky Paulson, PT, DPT
Becky Paulson, DPT | pelvic floor physical therapy Orange County

About Becky

Please welcome our first bilingual therapist, Becky Paulson!

Becky’s passion for for pelvic floor physical therapy ignited while earning her undergraduate degree from Central Washington University. Anxious to learn more about this field and change the wave of medicine, she headed to Chapman University for her DPT degree. Becky fueled her education with an insatiable hunger to learn more about and become part of the pelvic floor therapy world.

She completed her last clinical in Costa Rica, and is now fluent in Spanish. With previous experience serving in veteran polytrauma rehab units as well as outpatient orthopedic clinics, Becky is an expert in serving a wide range of patient populations, including:

  • TBI (Traumatic brain injury)

  • CVA (Cerebral vascular accident, or stroke)

  • Multiple fractures

  • Vestibular dysfunction

  • Arthritis

  • Orthopedic surgery

  • Lumbalgia

  • Cervicalgia

  • TOS (Thoracic outlet syndrome)

  • Adhesive capsulitis,

  • Piriformis syndrome

  • SIJ (SI Joint) dysfunction

We’re excited to have such a dynamic force join our Pelvic Healing family, and help spread the “magic” that is the future of pelvic floor physical therapy. In her free time, Becky enjoys running, yoga, meditation, reading, and the outdoors. 


  • Doctorate of Physical Therapy, Chapman University

  • Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science: Clinical Physiology, Central Washington University

Awards & Certifications

  • Pending levels 1 and 2A certification with Herman & Wallace Pelvic Floor Therapy in November 2018

I’m grateful for the thoroughness with which Becky teaches and demonstrates the PT that I’m able to take home for ongoing practice.
— Anonymous Patient