Meet Dr. Jackie

Dr. Jackie Crowell is a licensed physical therapist with over a decade of experience specializing in Orthopedics and Pelvic Health PT for all genders. Jackie utilizes a wide variety of manual therapy techniques including dry needling, cupping and visceral mobilization. She is certified to fit pessaries for pelvic organ prolapse. As a mother of two, Jackie understands the challenges of pregnancy, breastfeeding and being a postpartum in a new body. Jackie has had her own struggles with digestive disorders and colorectal issues and has a passion for treating bowel issues. Dr. Jackie is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), International Pelvic Pain Society (IPPS) and the International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health (ISSWSH).

Jackie Crowell, PT, DPT

Meet Dr. Rachael

Dr. Rachael’s gravitation towards pelvic health was influenced by a family member who dealt with severe pelvic pain after giving birth. Her success with pelvic floor physical therapy inspired Rachael’s passion to bring awareness to more taboo topics and to work with those dealing with pelvic pain and other pelvic floor issues. She earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Georgia Southern University and has a certification in pelvic health training through the Herman and Wallace Rehabilitation Institute. Rachael uses manual techniques, dry needling, patient education and individualized home program creation to help patients reach their goals.

Dr. Rachael enjoys working with endometriosis, dyspareunia, vaginismus, interstitial cystitis and pelvic pain. She has been deemed the pain with sexpert at the office! Her goal is to provide a safe space where there is no such thing as TMI.

Rachael Baumgartner, PT, DPT

Meet Dr. Haley

Dr. Haley’s passion for treating patients with pelvic floor dysfunction began while she was in physical therapy school. She recognized the immense need for more practitioners in this incredibly valuable yet underrecognized area of rehabilitation. While Dr. Haley was earning her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at Mercer University in Atlanta, GA, she also completed additional pelvic floor coursework through the American Physical Therapy Association. Haley has dedicated significant time to learning and service through leadership within the Academy of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy. Haley has a passion for working with pregnant and postpartum women but loves treating all people with pelvic floor dysfunction. Dr. Haley’s goal is to create a safe and open environment for individuals to feel valued and to help them feel their best in all stages of life.

- Testimonials -

“By far the best medical care I have received, and I have worked in healthcare. I am so thankful that I was a client here, as I was able to get back my quality of life without pain! I truly thought I was going to require surgery. My care was comprehensive, and I felt cared for as a whole person. Going to see Dr. Baumgartner was one of the best parts of my week. I was always given a warm welcome and walked out feeling better than ever.” J.N.