Ariana Jones, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

Board-Certified Specialist in Women's Health Physical Therapy

Ariana is a physical therapist with specialty training in women’s and pelvic health physical therapy.  She completed a women’s and pelvic health residency at OhioHealth and Ohio University during which she received advanced training in unique diagnoses and populations such as neurologic incontinence, pediatric pelvic floor conditions, transgender individuals, colorectal, oncology, and bone health physical therapy. With opportunities to give student and community lectures during her residency, she developed a passion for educating the public on a variety of pelvic floor topics.

Why I practice

women’s physical therapy

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Prior to physical therapy school, I worked in a PT clinic as an aid. There I learned that specially trained physical therapists could treat women for common pelvic floor dysfunction such as urinary incontinence and pain with intercourse. As someone who is very open to discussing these issues due to personal experience with pelvic floor dysfunction, I knew that educating other women of all ages to the benefits of therapy was my calling. My goal is to help women enhance their confidence and improve their quality of life.

Ariana is wonderful at what she does. She makes you feel comfortable with all parts of treatment, even exercises that would traditionally come with some inherent discomfort. Her personable, gentle, and kind approach made this experience easy and successful. The pelvic pain I was having has diminished completely, & my urination frequency issues have been solved.
Thank you, Ariana!



  • Doctor of Physical Therapy: A.T. Still University: 2018

  • Bachelors of Science:   Kinesiology,                        Temple University 2012

Board Certification

  • Women's Health Physical Therapy

Advanced Training

  • Women's and Men's Health Physical Therapy Residency   at OhioHealth and Ohio University

  • McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT) training for    lumbar spine


  • American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)


  • Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy,

       A Component of the APTA