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About Us

Providing Individualized Treatments
With Hands-on, Compassionate Care

Our Mission & Vision

At Elite Pelvic Health and Physical Therapy, our number one priority is you! We strive to provide individualized treatment with hands-on, compassionate care. You will find our clinicians and staff are 100% committed to helping you maximize your movements and overall well-being to optimize your quality of life.

What We Do

We specialize in improving mobility, relieving pain, and restoring function for individuals by offering a full spectrum of rehabilitation care for a wide range of conditions. We will assess your needs, develop personalized treatment plans, and utilize various techniques to achieve your goals.

Ginamar Galvan, PT, DPT - Clinic Director

I am originally from South Texas, the Rio Grande Valley and moved to the DFW area in 2014. I live with my husband and two corgis who keep me busy!

I have been a Physical Therapist since 2018 after graduating from the University of North Texas - Health Science Center in Fort Worth.

I have completed several courses further expanding my knowledge and treatments including the completion of the Pregnancy and Postpartum Exercise Specialist certification and the Certificate of Achievement in Pelvic Health through the Academy of the American Physical Therapy Association. I am also certified in Dry Needling.

I look forward to working with you!

 

Tonda Berry, PT, DPT - Clinical and Training Manager

I have been practicing physical therapy since 2014 after graduating with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth, Texas.

I have continued my education in pelvic health physical therapy and have completed the Evidence in Motion Certification in Pelvic Health in 2018. In 2020, I earned the Women’s Health Board Specialist Certification. I have experience practicing in orthopedic, acute care and hospital-based physical therapy clinics, and since 2017 I have focused on treating individuals with pelvic floor dysfunction. She is a Certified Clinical Instructor and enjoys teaching and mentoring other physical therapists that are interested in practicing in the pelvic health specialty.

I am also working with Evidence in Motion as a part-time faculty within the Pelvic Health Program. Prior to becoming a physical therapist, I graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Management from Dallas Baptist University and worked within the business, human resources, and accounting sector.

 

Abigail Measells, PT, DPT

Hello there! I'm thrilled to have you here. I am an Athletic Trainer turned Physical Therapist and Certified Pregnancy and Postpartum Exercise Specialist. I graduated from Texas Wesleyan University with a Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training and from the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. With my comprehensive understanding of musculoskeletal function, combined with my advanced training in pelvic health, I offer a unique perspective and a holistic approach to treatment.

Together, we will embark on a collaborative journey toward optimal health and a life full of vitality utilizing evidence-based methods, empathy, and a client-centered approach. Thank you for considering me as a partner on your pelvic health journey.

Beyond my professional endeavors, I love reading, cooking, spending quality time with family and friends, staying active, and exploring the world with my husband and our four-legged fur baby.

 

Vanessa Palacios, PTA

I was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas, however, I obtained my degree in kinesiology applied movement science from the University of Texas at Austin in 2015. After that, I moved back home and decided to pursue a physical therapy assistant degree from Tarrant County College which I completed in 2019. I have experience in both pediatric and adult outpatient clinic settings and love to incorporate the application of functional exercises with rehab to improve my patient’s daily lives. In my spare time, I enjoy spending quality time with my husband and our miracle baby who is now 4.

 

Lizbeth Barrera, LMSW

As an LMSW, my commitment is to uplift individuals, empower women, and support families. Professionally, working as a crisis counselor and grief therapist has given me a deep understanding of the human experience during tough times. Personally, having experienced grief and being a mother, I bring a unique perspective to my work. I'm particularly passionate about maternal mental health, finding purpose in supporting mothers facing challenges like postpartum depression. I go beyond conventional approaches, integrating evidence-based practices to tailor a supportive space for each individual. I don't use a one-size-fits-all method. Instead, I carefully use proven methods and best practices to create a personalized and supportive environment for each person. I'm committed to more than just dealing with immediate issues, I want to help people become stronger and feel better overall. Supporting and empowering mothers on their unique path to mental and emotional well-being isn't just my job, it's something I truly believe in. Having navigated the transformative phases of life with many, I recognize the importance of addressing emotional hurdles. It's in these moments that individuals find strength to emerge even more resilient. I am here not only as a guide but as an advocate for the distinct needs of women, striving to create lasting positive change in their lives.

 

Krista Johnson, PTA

Born and raised in Youngstown, Ohio, I took a leap of faith and moved to Texas in 2021. I have been a PTA since 2018 and also have my Bachelors in Psychology. After graduation, I continued to be a resource for the Kent State PTA program as a tutor and lab assistant, sharing my passion for this field. I have extensive experience in the home health setting working with clients ages 2 months to 99 years old. My gift of connection and building trust and rapport with people of all backgrounds has strengthened my clinical abilities and intuitive approach to each unique client.
In my spare time, I enjoy dancing, reading and spending time in nature. My goal is to continue to expand my education, travel, and immerse myself in diverse environments. I desire to be a greater source of care and trust within all areas of life.

 

Anastasia Wagner, PT, DPT

I am from Saint Peters, Missouri and moved to the DFW area in 2023 with my husband and our two cats. I have been a physical therapist since the summer of 2023 after graduating from South College in Knoxville, Tennessee. During my clinical rotations, I was able to work with a pelvic health physical therapist, which inspired me to pursue this specialty. I am now taking courses to complete the CAPP- Pelvic certification through the Pelvic Academy of the APTA. I enjoy treating both orthopedic and pelvic floor conditions with a focus on how we can improve your function to get back to what you love!