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Emma Codman

Emma Codman, PT, DPT

Endometriosis Physical Therapist

Emma’s interest in physical therapy began while she was training to be a classical ballet dancer. After sustaining several injuries, she was determined to understand how and why physical injuries occur and how they can be prevented. Her dance experiences resulted in her choosing to attend Northeastern University to earn a BS in Rehabilitation Sciences and a Doctorate of Physical Therapy.
While in school, Emma interned as a Rehabilitation Assistant at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital. This is where she learned about the pelvic-health physical therapy specialty. She was drawn to this specialty because of the therapist’s ability to improve the patients’ quality of life for the long term.
In her final year at Northeastern, Emma was fortunate to be granted a clinical internship in pelvic health, where she received in-depth clinical training and completed her Herman & Wallace Level 1 Certification.
After completing her degrees, Emma moved to NYC to work at an outpatient physical therapy practice, treating both orthopedic and pelvic-health conditions. She continued her education, with Herman & Wallace, Barbell Medicine, and the Level Up Initiative. In 2021, Emma received her Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification through the Herman & Wallace Institute.
Emma is empathetic, caring, and easy to talk to. She is passionate about teaching her patients about their bodies and how they can impact their own health. Her goal is to empower patients to be confident in themselves throughout the healing process.