Meet our Physical Therapy Team
We want you to be strong, proud, and pain free.
Our expert team treats pelvic health exclusively in order to provide true, specialized care, unique to you and your goals. We have both weekly and monthly meetings to collaborate on cases, review patient charts, and ensure our skills continue to progress to provide the highest level of care for our patients.
Wait… What?!…. Yeah, there is such a thing as pelvic health physical therapy! It focuses on pelvic pain, pain during intercourse, incontinence, urinary or fecal frequency/hesitancy, common issues associated with pregnancy, orthopedic conditions that occur in the postpartum period and many additional problems women may endure in their lifetime. You don't have to live like this!
We’re all unique… Every woman has a different story, a different past, and millions of individual events that make them who they are. Pelvic health physical therapy should combine truly individualized, patient-specific goals that includes intervention that works for you.
Make it happen… We offer individualized, convenient, and effective treatment that will relieve your pain and strengthen your body on your terms and is designed to fit your schedule. If you decide to proceed with therapy, we will conduct a thorough evaluation to diagnose the problem and to develop a plan of treatment. Subsequent sessions will focus on lessening your symptoms and improving your deficits. We treat this way in order to see improvement within each session. The average client will see good results within 3-5 visits! What are you waiting for? Call us today!
Meet The Team
Dr. Stefanie Long PT, DPT, STMT-C, CRTS
Dr. Stefanie Long received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Hardin Simmons University and trained in her post-doctorate studies in pelvic health through the American Physical Therapy Association.
"I became passionate about women’s health therapy in 2011 after being treated as a patient following the birth of my first child. I struggled with incontinence and pelvic pain and, after just a few visits, my symptoms began to lessen. This led me to pursue certification in this area and go on to help women with similar concerns! I’ve seen hundreds of clients through the same processes!
I have been a practicing physical therapist for over 13 years. I have treated patients in pelvic health, general orthopedic, post-operative conditions, sports injury rehab, and also pediatric patients with both neurological or orthopedic conditions and incontinence/bed-wetting issues.
I have 3 kids and am married to a wonderful husband who has helped me make this dream possible. On the weekends, I play taxi to each of my 3 kids and love to watch them play soccer, dance, play guitar and speed cube."
Dr. Kinsey Worley PT, DPT
Dr. Kinsey Worley received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Texas Woman's University and trained in her post-doctorate studies in pelvic health through the Herman Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute.
"My interest in pelvic health was initially piqued in my first semester of PT school when we had guest lecturers who were Women's Health Clinical Specialists. This was my first time learning about the role of physical therapy in pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum care. This inspired me to do a clinical rotation in pelvic health, where I learned to treat urinary incontinence, endometriosis, pelvic pain, and much more. I enjoyed it so much that I went on to get my Pelvic Floor Certification!
During PT school, I was diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS), a genetic condition that affects connective tissue and results in hypermobility. Physical therapy tailored to the individual is crucial for management of EDS, and I love helping improve function and quality of life for other individuals like myself.
I have a passion for providing holistic care to my patients so they can return to doing the activities that they love. In my free time, I enjoy going on day hikes with my husband Josh, walking at local parks, reading fiction, and playing board games with friends."
Dr. Alli Reynolds PT, DPT
Dr. Alli Reynolds received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston and trained in her post-doctorate studies in pelvic health through the American Physical Therapy Association.
"I was born in Chicago, however only lived there for 5 years before moving to England! My family and I lived there for a little over 2 years before moving to The Woodlands, TX, which is where I graduated high school. I grew up doing gymnastics and dancing which began my passion for movement and fitness.
I was first introduced to pelvic health during my time working as a physical therapy tech in undergraduate school and immediately fell in love with the specialty! I have a passion for working along side women, providing them with education, support and encouragement to help them return to the things that they enjoy doing. I have experience treating urinary and fecal incontinence, prenatal and postpartum concerns, pelvic pain, Diastasis Recti, and more!
In my spare time, I love spending time with my fiancé, Jack, and our dog Maggie. When the weather is nice, we love to spend our time outdoors. My guilty pleasure is binging crime podcasts."
Dr. Veronica Engle PT, DPT
Dr. Veronica Engle (or Ronnie Engle) graduated from the University of North Texas Health Science Center with a doctorate in physical therapy.
I became interested in pelvic health since I was in PT school and learned of the profession. My passion grew when Pelvic Floor therapists spoke to our classroom and educated us on how they assess and treat various diagnoses affecting men and women. I pursued to learn more by taking courses and attending lectures at conferences.
I am grateful to be active in the field of Pelvic Health and excited to continue my learning to improve my abilities as a clinician and apply my skills to help my patients reach their goals. I enjoy the experience of getting to know my patients, learning from them, and being able to provide my patients education and new insight of what they are capable of, and that they can achieve their goals. I want my patients to feel supported and know that I will be their advocate when they come to see me.
I enjoy traveling to learn new cultures and customs. I have been to 10 different countries and have more than 10 I want to visit soon! When I am not roaming the world, I love socializing with friends-exploring new restaurants, reading mystery or fiction books, and attending concerts.