Hey Babe Physical Therapy & Wellness
- Sports & orthopedic rehabilitation
- Pregnancy & postpartum rehabilitation
- Pelvic floor physical therapy
- Injury prevention
- Pain management
- Postoperative rehabilitation
- Concussion management
- Return to sport programming
“I want to change the narrative and how we approach our patients and their healing journeys.”
We know some health care offices can feel sterile, without much personality. Here, we’re known for our expertise and providing thoughtful, collaborative care in a fun and inviting setting. There is no physical therapy mold that any one person fits into at Hey Babe Wellness. Treatment is individualized to the person sitting in front of us, not their injury.
A NEED FOR CHANGE
I opened Hey Babe in February 2022 because I saw a need for change in the field of rehabilitation. Practitioners are burned out from their high patient volumes and productivity standards. Patients don’t feel valued or cared for, and the focus is on sick-care over health care. I want to change the narrative and how we approach our patients and their healing journeys. I saw an opportunity to create a space where patients leave each session knowing more about their bodies and abilities, and ways they can improve and feel better on their own.
We help you overcome pain and dysfunction to live life fully. We provide specialized care for orthopedic pain, sports injuries, concussion and pelvic floor dysfunction, equipping us to consider your symptoms and condition with a holistic lens. We’re invested in your healing journey and seek to understand your goals, expectations, limitations and the demands of your daily life to create a plan that considers your uniqueness.
IS IT FOR ME?
The first indicator that you need physical therapy is pain or injury anywhere. We treat every joint and body region and are experts in pain and healing the body. However, pain is not the only indicator. Generally, those who experience pain or discomfort with sex, significantly increased urinary frequency (once an hour or more), constipation, or urinary or fecal incontinence should seek a pelvic floor physical therapist. Furthermore, there are a range of strengthening exercises we can provide for pre- and postpartum care to help you realize the best outcomes. Additionally, if you are an active individual who is looking to avoid injury, that’s where we come in. Give us a call—we’ll happily schedule a 15-minute consultation to talk through what you are feeling and a proposed plan of care.
Small changes over time lead to great impact and should be something added rather than something restricted. When we feel deprived, we often struggle to maintain that change—setting ourselves up for failure over success. Adding a small positive change to our routine is the most effective way to create lasting impacts on our overall well-being.
Team shot by Shane O’Donnell; smaller images by Lauren “Lo” Checket