You will always be treated by a Doctor of Physical Therapy one-on-one for an hour in a dignified and professional manner with a plan customized to you.
Through holistic, intuitive treatment, we honor your needs in a safe, supportive space so you can feel like yourself again soon.
Meet Dr. Brandie
DR. BRANDIE FREEMAN, PT, DPT, MED, APHC, RYT-500, RPYT
Founder, Physical Therapist
Brandie Freeman, PT, DPT, MEd, APHC found her passion for pelvic health while healing from her own chronic pelvic pain following the birth of her two children. She graduated with highest honors from Baylor University with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree after leaving her career as a state and national award winning chemistry educator to serve her community as a pelvic physical therapist.
She is a lifelong Georgia resident who holds an Advanced Pelvic Health Certification (APHC) following the completion of a year-long intensive training program through Evidence in Motion in pelvic floor treatment for all genders. Dr. Brandie is also a Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist and has completed hundreds of hours of additional coursework in visceral mobilization for the gastrointestinal and urinary systems, dry needling for orthopedic and pelvic floor concerns, post-surgical rehabilitation, trauma-informed care, and sexual function from Herman and Wallace and other organizations. She has studied in person with leaders in perinatal and pelvic physical therapy in Arizona, Colorado, California, Oregon, Louisiana, and Florida to bring the best care to her patients.
When not in the clinic, she enjoys CrossFit, hiking, pilates, yoga and is a 500-hour registered yoga teacher (RYT-500) as well as a registered prenatal yoga teacher (RPYT) and allows her yogic training to guide the holistic care of patients. She lives in Hiram with her two sons and husband on a small hobby farm.