Emily is a native of New Orleans and received her undergraduate bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training at the University of Southern Mississippi. She then went on to attain her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at the University of St. Augustine in Florida. Emily is a former collegiate runner, turned Crossfitter, who has a passion for helping people optimize performance. While she spent her early career in Sports Medicine, her own personal journey with pregnancy and childbirth brought her into the world of Pelvic Health. Now Emily blends her orthopedic and pelvic health skill sets, as well as her personal experience, to provide compassionate and personalized care. Her goal is to help women achieve optimal health and performance throughout all stages of life. Emily is highly trained in Sports/Orthopedics and Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy, and has first hand experience modifying HIIT exercise for the pregnant and postpartum athlete to ensure they are able to continue their desired activity injury free. Emily is certified in manual therapy and dry needling, which allows her to provide a wide range of treatment skills including joint and soft tissue mobilization. Emily is also an instructor for Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehab and enjoys teaching fellow PTs about pelvic floor physical therapy. While not working, Emily enjoys time with her husband, two kids, and two dogs!
Jenny attended Missouri State University to receive bachelor degrees in Biology and Spanish and went on to receive her Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Since then, she has specialized in Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy, completing the APTA CAPP-PELVIC and CAPP-OB trainings, as well as further specializations in Pediatrics, Athletes, and Male Pelvic Health. She enjoys helping men, women, and children improve urinary, fecal, sexual, and pain dysfunctions throughout the lifespan. Jenny's personal experience as a mom helps her make Pediatric Pelvic Health fun and effective for her young clients. Jenny also specializes in Antepartum, Intrapartum, and Postpartum Care, allowing her to help women and their champions manage the physical changes that come during and after pregnancy as well as prepare for a healthy delivery. Her own experiences with pregnancy and childbirth allows her to provide compassionate and supportive care to each patient. Jenny is certified in orthopedic and pelvic floor functional dry needling, giving her unique skill sets to offer her patients. She has been the a guest on the FABM BASE podcast several times and enjoys educating the community on the benefits of pelvic floor physical therapy and body autonomy. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her husband and running around with their 3 (soon to be 4) daughters and two rottweilers.
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