In her free time, Rachel enjoys live comedy, good coffee, spicy food, playing with her Shelties (Alastor and Olive) and spending time with family and friends.
Rachel stays active through hiking, yoga, HIIT, and strength training.
“My philosophy of patient care is to make every interaction meaningful by striving to be present and meeting patients where they are. Beyond the standard of patient care, I aim to come to each session prepared to help patients with whatever they need most at that moment. Whether that’s encouragement, accountability, information, a listening ear, a laugh, or safe space to de-stress, I want to treat the whole person, not just the body.”
Areas of Interest: Pelvic Pain and Dysfunction, Postpartum Conditions, Orthopaedics, Parkinson’s Disease, Balance Training
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Auburn University, 2014
Doctorate of Physical Therapy, The University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2020
200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training, 2013
APTA Pelvic Health 1, 2019
Otago Falls Prevention Program, 2020
LSVT BIG, 2020
Herman and Wallace Pelvic Floor 2A, 2021
FDN Level 1, 2022
Herman and Wallace Pelvic Floor 2B, 2022