Chelsea Waldkirch, PT, DPT
Chelsea Waldkirch, PT, DPT is a physical therapist and owner of Renew Physical Therapy. She founded Renew PT in 2021 with the goal of providing excellent, accessible, one-on-one care to her community.
She specializes in pelvic health physical therapy. She also provides general outpatient physical therapy and is skilled in vestibular rehabilitation.
She received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Eastern Kentucky University and a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) from the University of Kentucky. She has lived in Northwest Arkansas since 2015. She loves getting to know her patients and helping them meet their goals.
|Pelvic Organ Prolapse|
Molly Parsons, PT, DPT
Molly Parsons graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Education from the University of Arkansas in 2012 and with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) from Harding University in 2016.
She and her husband moved back to NWA in 2016 where she began her career as a pediatric therapist. Over the next few years, she developed close relationships with her patients’ families and within her community. It was through these relationships that she realized the women in her life represented a population in the community that had questions about their health and nowhere to turn. This awareness prompted professional growth into the field of Pelvic Health PT. In 2021 she began specializing in pelvic health PT and now enjoys advocating for her patients by empowering them to live their fullest and healthiest lives.
|Core and Pelvic Floor Weakness|
|Delivery Preparation through Postpartum Rehabilitation|
Alaina Herron, PT, DPT
Alaina Herron, PT, DPT, earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Alaina was born and raised in Appleton, Wisconsin and has been living in Chicago treating both the pelvic and orthopedic populations in an outpatient, private practice, specialty clinic. She has completed advanced coursework through Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute for pelvic floor physical therapy.
Alaina moved to NWA in 2022, and she is excited to make a difference in the lives of individuals with pelvic floor dysfunction through individualized, holistic care. In her free time, Alaina enjoys traveling, hiking, finishing a good puzzle, and spending time with her friends, family, and fiancé
|Pelvic Floor Dysfunction|