Position: Assistant Professor
Location: Scholar Plaza, Loudoun Room 223
Phone: (703) 597-4298
Post-Professional OTD, Shenandoah University (2023); Post-Professional MSOT, Virginia Commonwealth University (2008), BSOT, State University of New York at Buffalo
Fields of Expertise:
Occupational Therapy for Individuals with Pelvic Health Dysfunction: Bladder, Bowel, Sexual Dysfunction & Pelvic Pain.
BCIA Certified in Biofeedback for Pelvic floor Muscle Dysfunction (Pending, anticipated completion Dec 2021)
Teaching Assistant, Herman & Wallace Pelvic Health Institute
Sarah has been an occupational therapist for nearly two decades, working in skilled nursing, sub-acute, acute care, and outpatient rehabilitation settings. She has helped develop programs throughout her career, including caregiver education programs within residential units caring for people with dementia, educational programs to improve health for older adults living in retirement communities, family-centered NICU programming in a hospital, and most recently, an outpatient pelvic health program.
“Occupational therapy practitioners ask, “What matters to you?” not, “What’s the matter with you?”
– Virginia “Ginny” Stoffel, PhD, OT, BCMH, FAOTA
Sarah loves spending time with her three kids, two cats, and husband. She speaks Spanish and dances Salsa. When she has a spare moment, she loves doing yoga, running, and reading all genres, including fiction, non-fiction, and professional development literature.