Ms. Harm-Ernandes has been a physical therapist for 38 years and began specializing in Women’s Health 26 years ago. She recently retired clinically from Duke University Health System where she treated a wide variety of pelvic patients in the Urogynecology and Physical Therapy clinics. She was a Co-Director and mentor for the Women’s Health Physical Therapy Residency Program, responsible for Women’s Health team program development and participates in PFDN research projects. She is board certified in Women’s Health (WCS) and Pelvic Bloor Biofeedback. She has served on various committees for AUGS including serving as the Chair and Vice Chair for the APPTAH SIG for AUGS. She enjoys presenting on the importance of recognizing and assessing the pelvic musculoskeletal system. She has presented on pelvic physical therapy related topics including sexual dysfunction, prolapse, pelvic pain, vulvar pain, urinary and fecal incontinence, and the mysteries of the musculoskeletal system for various organizations and societies nationally and internationally. She published “Assessment of the Pelvic Floor and Associated Musculoskeletal System”, in the FPMRS journal in December 2020. In 2021 she published her book, “The Musculoskeletal Mystery: How to solve your pelvic floor symptoms”. She was featured in the summer issue of Bella Magazine. Her goal is to provide individuals with the knowledge they need to get proper pelvic care and for everyone to realize the pelvic conditions are common but not normal.