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Dr. Sarah "Kinje" Paserpskis

PT, DPT (She/They)


Dr. Kinje graduated from the University of Central Arkansas with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in August of 2014. She completed a clinical training rotation specializing in pelvic and genital pain disorders and has specialty training through both recognized U.S. educational organizations within pelvic rehabilitation: ABPTS and Herman & Wallace. More recently, she has been the State Representative for the APTA Academy of Pelvic Health.

Focusing on both Pelvic & Gendered Health and Pain Management, Dr. Kinje is a member in good standing of or a contributor to:

  • International Pelvic Pain Society

  • International Association for the Study of Pain

  • Special Interest Groups (abdominal and pelvic pain & sex, gender and pain),

  • Judgment Free Health Care Professionals

  • Out- Care with PT-Proud


Her continuing education, either in progress or recently completed, includes:

  • STAR certification for oncology rehab

  • Certification in Sexual Medicine and Rehabilitation

  • Sitting for CAPP certifications in both Pelvic and Obstetric Physical Therapy

  • Completing the prerequisites to sit for the WCS specialty board exam

  • Manual therapy training through the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy and OrthoMTI


Dr. Kinje is deaf, and has come to read lips very well!  She was raised in a large evangelical family and homeschooled in Southwest Kansas before moving to Arkansas and pursuing her first degree in music performance.  She is a mother of two, and is passionate about scents/perfumes, consent, cookery, ritual/mindfulness in daily activities, savoring the small details in life, learning, and creativity. In her off time you can find her experimenting in the kitchen or hiking in the natural beauty of Arkansas with her giant mastiff, Baloo. 

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