is an internationally active orthopaedic physiotherapist, author and educator.
She is particularly interested in the use of yoga in health care, especially in relation to injury prevention, pain treatment and self-help. Her specialties are the pelvis and the hip.
Dr. Garner attaches great importance to gender equality in health care, more social justice for mothers and equal access to biopsychosocial health care.
The health professional, who lives with her husband and three sons in the United States, founded the Professional Yoga Therapy Institute, which provides physicians with international, interdisciplinary, post-professional medical yoga therapy certification.
Dr. Garner teaches and researches yogic biopsychosocial and interdisciplinary care at her alma mater, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In addition, she lectures internationally and teaches for multiple universities and organizations.