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JAG PT's Women's Health Residency

The JAG Women’s Health Residency Program offers our clinicians the chance for a paid post-professional educational experience. This process includes one-on-one mentoring, structured curricular experiences, and guided learning with expert faculty and clinicians. The aim is to enhance the quality of patient care and practitioner knowledge in pelvic floor, women’s health, and musculoskeletal clinical care.

The residency program equips physical therapists with the necessary knowledge, experience, and skill set required to pass the certification examination upon successful completion. The program is currently seeking accreditation from the American Board of Physical Therapy Residency and Fellowship Education (ABPTRFE).

Program Features

  • $0 Tuition
  • Prorated Salary based on patient treatment hours
  • Approximately 1600 clinical hours
  • Approximately 160 hours of academic instruction
  • 150 hours of one-on-one mentoring with clinical experts
  • Opportunity to participate in cadaver labs at Dominican University

Criteria for Admissions

  • Curriculum vita
  • Copy of current Physical Therapy license in their state of practice
  • Copy of current APTA membership card
  • Copy of current BCLS Certification
  • Three professional references – at least one from a recent clinical instructor or supervisor.
  • Personal Essay of Interest
  • Applicants must submit an official transcript from their DPT program demonstrating a GPA of at least 3.2
  • Must be an employee of JAG for 90 consecutive days prior to start of program
  • Employee must be in good standing
  • Applicants must be current members in good standing with the APTA and members of the Women's Health residency discipline 


  • Extracurricular involvement will be taken into consideration as part of your application
  • Applicants that graduated more than 5 years prior to the application should demonstrate commitment to their specific field via continuing education, section involvement, scholarly work or teaching

Meet The Faculty

WCS Coordinator
Bryn Zolty, PT, DPT, PRPC, RYT
Physical Therapist
Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Women's Health Physical Therapy
Board-Certified in Biofeedback for Pelvic Muscle Dysfunction

Bryn graduated from the University of Delaware with a bachelor's degree in clinical laboratory science. She worked as a medical microbiologist at Merck Pharmaceuticals and then as an andrologist at South Jersey Fertility. Bryn then discovered a love for physical therapy through volunteering. She received her doctoral degree in physical therapy from Stockton University in 2010. She has treated in several clinical settings including hospital, outpatient orthopedics, and pediatrics. Bryn's pelvic education is through Herman and Wallace. She has earned her Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification (PRPC), which identifies her as a specialist in pelvic physical therapy. She treats men, women, and pediatric pelvic dysfunction. In addition, she has received training in the treatment of spine pain and radiculopathy from the McKenzie Institute. Bryn is board certified in biofeedback for pelvic muscle dysfunction through the BCIA. Beyond using the biofeedback for teaching strengthening or releasing of the pelvic muscles, she has a focus on coordination of the pelvic muscles for functional constipation. Bryn has completed her Pregnancy and Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist Certification (PCES). This certification demonstrates comprehensive knowledge in the best corrective exercises to improve strength and alignment in the pregnant and postpartum population. She spends her free time with her family, mountain biking, running, rock climbing, and playing soccer.

Interested candidates, please contact the Residency Director at for any questions. For general residency information: 

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