About Well Being Pelvic Physical Therapy

Well Being Pelvic Physical Therapy was born after feeling that several areas of pelvic health care were missing, or could do better. 

Dr. Schwalbe created, managed, and grew two other pelvic health programs before Well Being. We feel that we have finally created a unique space that meets patients’ needs. Great care has been taken to create a comfortable, positive, professional, and fun environment. Everyone on our team is genuinely invested in what we do and we are proud to share this experience with you.

We understand that some of you may be very comfortable talking about these issues, while others may not.  You may be well-researched, seen multiple providers, and tried multiple treatments; or, we may be where you are beginning. Rest assured that we are very comfortable answering any and all questions. Nothing is “TMI” here.

Regardless of where you begin, we all want to arrive in the same place – wellness.  From simple to complex, each concern is valid and you never need to feel alone or different.  Please know you have a partner and friend to help treat, guide, educate, and refer to ensure your goals are fully met (maybe even some you didn’t know you had). 

Valerie Schwalbe, DPT – Owner

I am a native of Utah and graduated from the University of Utah with a Bachelor in Exercise and Sport Science, Master in Special Physical Education, and a Doctor of Physical Therapy.

For over a decade, I have specialized exclusively in pelvic health, attended and taught multiple courses, continue to do so each year, and provide mentorship for students and other therapists along the way. I love camping, hiking, pilates, dogs, and spending time with my family.

I look forward to getting to know you and hearing your experience.

Valerie Schwalbe Pelvic Physical Therapist

Alyssa Lyman, DPT – Physical Therapist

Originally from Illinois, I received my Bachelor’s in Exercise Science from Loyola University Chicago before moving to Utah to pursue my Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Rocky Mountain University. I became a Physical Therapist because I wanted to learn how to use movement to help others relieve their pain. I enjoy treating a broad range of musculoskeletal and pelvic dysfunctions, as well as completing new courses to learn how to best help my patients. In my free time, I like to read, hike, and snowboard.

Katelyn Peach, DPT –  Physical Therapist

I am from Sandy, Utah. I received my Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Brigham Young University and my Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Rocky Mountain University. After serving a mission in Ecuador, I am fluent in Spanish and love serving the Latino community. I am very passionate about pelvic health, and I enjoy taking specialty courses to continue to learn more in order to better help patients. I love spending time with my husband and three kids, as well as dancing, sewing, and baking.

Valerie Schwalbe Pelvic Physical Therapist

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