Orthopedic Physical Therapy

Whether you're an expecting Mother to be, recently gave birth, or you have health, wellness, and fitness goals, Gibson Body Wellness has your solution. Treatment for pelvic floor and orthopedic conditions.

Yes, we also offer physical therapy to keep you moving and feeling your best throughout your body, not just pelvic floor care.

Our therapists have an extensive background of working with a variety of different populations and diagnoses having practiced a cumulative of over 10 cumulative years in the outpatient orthopedic world.

Whether it be a specific joint or muscle injury or just wanting to optimally move and feel your best with less pain and fatigue.
I encourage you to reach out if you have any questions about if you might be appropriate for starting physical therapy. Free consults are offered. Schedule yours today!

Common conditions treated

  • General hip pain from conditions such as sacroiliac joint pain, bursitis, and osteoarthritis.
  • Spinal pain including herniated disc and sciatica.
  • Knee pain from ligament strains, meniscal injury, and patellofemoral pain.
  • Ankle and foot pain including ankle sprains and plantar fasciitis.
  • Sports injuries, performance, and injury prevention.

Telehealth Visits Offered

Remote services are offered as well to meet the demands of your busy schedule if you would prefer treatment from the conscience and privacy of your home.

  • Telehealth PT visits offered for those living in state.
     Wellness and fitness coaching visits offered for those out of state as well.
  • Mobile visits for newly postpartum patients. Call or email for areas severed.

Treatments Offered Include:

Manual treatment includes:

  • Hands-on care offering:
    • Dry needling
    • massage/cupping/myofascial release, scraping or IASTM (instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization)
    • Joint mobilizations

Therapeutic activity:

  • Instruction and training on functional task
  • Lifting mechanics
  • Ergonomics assessment at workstation
  • Return to sport assessment for proper mechanics, injury prevention for mobility, endurance, coordination, etc.
  • Patient education on management of condition.


  • Exercise prescriptions to address mobility, strength, and endurance. Individualized instruction.


  • Heat
  • Ice
  • Estim/TENS
  • Biofeedback
    Biofeedback can help patients learn to strengthen or relax their pelvic floor muscles. It is a painless process that uses special sensors and a computer monitor to display information about muscle activity. It is an adjunct tool used with other interventions and can help you gain better control over pelvic floor muscle function. Basically helps you learn to stop using the incorrect muscles or better help you find the correct ones.

Do You Need Physical Therapy Treatment?

Do you experience any of these symptoms?(Required)
If so, you may have underlying pelvic floor dysfunction and may candidate for pelvic floor physical therapy.

Interested In Becoming a Client?

Contact Us Today For More Information.