Ronit Sukenick is a Westchester-based physical therapist with a specialty in pelvic floor rehabilitation. She has a doctorate degree in physical therapy, and has been a practicing physical therapist for the past 14 years. She spent much of her career as a physical therapist at New York Presbyterian Hospital at Columbia, rotating through a variety of different specialties and treatment settings. Her own experience with pelvic floor dysfunction and subsequent recovery from a pubic symphysis disruption during pregnancy inspired her to pursue a specialty in pelvic floor physical therapy.
In 2013, Ronit established the pelvic floor physical therapy program at New York Presbyterian Hospital at Columbia. Ronit has taken numerous courses to advance her understanding of pelvic floor dysfunction and rehabilitation and earned her Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification (PRPC) from the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute in 2016. She now has a thriving private practice in Dobbs Ferry, NY, where she treats men, women, and teens with pelvic floor symptoms including but not limited to pelvic pain, incontinence, and constipation.