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Our office is located in Uptown Minneapolis, on Lake Street, East of Hennepin, inside Emerge Mind-Body Therapy. Street parking is available. Office hours are by appointment only. Home visits are available by appointment on Thursdays.  

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Jill@ShePT.co 612.389.8637 1406 W Lake St #208, Minneapolis, MN 55408

FAQ’s

Do I need a referral?

No. In the state of Minnesota, physical therapists can see patients for up to 90 days per episode of care without a referral. If you plan to use out-of-network benefits, you should check with your insurance company to determine if a referral or prior authorization is required.

What areas do you travel to?

The area of service includes Edina, St. Louis Park, Richfield, West Bloomington, and Southwest Minneapolis. For specific inquiries, please contact us.

How long are the treatment sessions?

Either in your home or in our office, the initial evaluation lasts 75 minutes. This time includes a thorough history and assessment, developing a treatment plan, and initial treatment. Followup visits typically last between 50-60 minutes, but can be tailored to your needs.

How often will I need to be seen? 

This depends on the invididual and condition. Typically, clients are seen 1-2x per week initially, and frequency is tapered as appropriate. Our goal is to get clients better as quickly as possible and empower them to continue their recovery program independently.

Do you take insurance?

She PT, LLC is considered out-of-network with all commercial insurance plans. Because of the nature of our practice (traveling and spending one hour with clients) we are not contracted with insurance plans. After each visit, we can provide you with documentation that you may submit to your insurance for possible reimbursement through out-of-network benefits. Please check with your individual insurance provider for coverage details.

How do I know if I have out of network benefits?

Call your insurance company and ask if you have out-of-network physical therapy benefits. If you do, here are the questions to ask:

  • Do I have an out-of-network deductible?
  • Have I met my out-of-network deductible? If not, how much is remaining?
  • Is there paperwork that must be completed when submitting the out of the network claims? If so, is the paperwork provided by the carrier?
  • Do I need a referral or prior authorization for reimbursement?

What type of space do I need for treatment?

You will need a small open space large enough for a mobile treatment table as well as some movement on the floor. If possible, a full length mirror is helpful.

What do you bring with you when you are seeing clients?

We bring a treatment table, resistance bands, and necessary physical therapy equipment.

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About She PT

Our model meets the needs of modern women by offering therapy sessions either in our beautiful Uptown space, or in the comfort of your own home. As an out-of-network provider we eliminate the red-tape of insurance and can focus on your individual needs. You come to us or we'll come to you to deliver the care you deserve.

Meet Jill

Jill Heath is a licensed physical therapist and owner of She PT, LLC. She received a Doctorate of Physical Therapy and B.S. in Exercise Science from Northern Arizona University. During years of practice helping individuals of all ages recover from a variety of conditions, she developed a passion for working with women. She opened She PT, LLC with the purpose of meeting not only the unique physical needs of women, but also empowering women to take charge of their well-being by making care accessible.

As a Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist, Jill utilizes a variety of manual skills including but not limited to myofascial release, deep tissue mobilization, and IASTM to begin guiding the healing process. She also has advanced training in pelvic floor conditions, running injuries, and pain science. Jill’s treatment philosophy is to empower women to understand their bodies and movement so they may return to all the activities they love. Being a mother herself, she brings a level of empathy and understanding of “the mom juggle” to her female patients.

In her free time you will find Jill running the Lakes, enjoying good food with her husband, or playing with her kids.  


Empowering Women to Restore Body Balance 

Physical therapy that meets the unique needs of the busy, modern day woman

Who are you and how can we help?

Are you:

  • A busy mom having a hard time finding childcare or time around nap schedule for your own appointments?
  • Missing out on running or your favorite exercise because of pain or weakness?
  • Feeling like your body doesn't have the same strength as it did before children?
  • Looking to find the root cause of your pain or physical issues?
  • Wanting more personalized attention from a physical therapist, rather than just a list of exercises?

If you answered yes to any of the above, we may be a fit!


Individualized Care

We get the results you want because we focus on all of you!

Our promises to you:

  • Your visit will be spent working with your physical therapist.
  • Your visits will be driven by your goals, and those we have set based on your PT evaluation and findings.
  • Your program will be designed specifically for you.

If individualized care is appealing to you, let's get started on your customized solution.

Your Treatment May Include

Manual Therapy ("Hands-on" Techniques)

As a Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist, Jill employs a variety of manual techniques in her practice. These may include: 

  • soft tissue mobilization
  • myofascial release
  • joint mobilizations
  • IASTM (Instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization)
  • manual cueing with exercise.  


These techniques are utilized to promote healthy tissue mechanics, help the neuromuscular system to be more responsive, and reduce pain.

Individualized Exercise Program

Based on the findings of your evaluation, your therapist will design a program to fit your needs - to improve mobility and strength, restore balance, and help you move better. No two people are the same, therefore you will receive a program that is custom-designed for you, not just a generic exercise printout.  

Education

Our job is to empower you to understand your issue, know your body, and help it move better. We will teach you how to change positions, postures, and implement strategies throughout the day to aid in your recovery. You will learn how to care for your body and transition into a program that is sustainable with your lifestyle.  


Who are we and how we can help

  • As a physical therapist of over 12 years, I have helped many people like you return to the life and activity they love. My goals are your goals. I recognize the individual experiences, obstacles, and goals that each of my patients brings to their recovery process. My care is not a one-size-fits-all approach, rather, I am trained to identify the root cause of the dysfunction, and work with you to get back to what you enjoy doing most.
  • Our model meets the needs of modern women by offering therapy sessions either in our beautiful Uptown space, or in the comfort of your own home. As an out-of-network provider we eliminate the red-tape of insurance and can focus on your individual needs. You come to us or we'll come to you to deliver the care you deserve.

Let’s work together.

Jill@ShePT.co 612.389.8637

1406 W Lake St #208, Minneapolis, MN 55408

Balance

Jill Heath, PT, DPT

We women hear this word a lot. Work-life balance, balancing kids and career, life is a balancing act, etc.  

All of these internal and external pressures of life can create noise that keeps us from listening to our bodies. Pregnancy and the physical demands of motherhood can bring our structure and movement patterns out of balance. If you have children, think back to when your kids were little. What side did you carry them on? Probably your non-dominant side, right? Life is busy so you needed to keep carrying or lifting or cooking or cleaning with your other hand. Maybe you notice now standing at the counter you still shift your weight to that one side. I still catch myself doing that, and my kids are 6 and 8!  

Want updates on useful info and strategies to help you move and feel better as a mom?

YES PLEASE!

During pregnancy, our bodies change a lot. We hear about ligament laxity, weight fluctuations, and of course those hormones. Did you know there are also changes in how our muscles work? The structural changes of hips widening and tucking our tailbone causes our glutes to turn off. Basically, the brain-muscle message loop is disrupted because it isn’t in its ideal length or position to work. I hear from female patients all the time “I can’t fire my glutes”. These muscles are designed to be the powerhouse muscles - for squatting, running, getting up from a chair, keeping you standing for hours at a time. When they’re inhibited and your body can’t use them to the best of their ability, your brain finds a new strategy to get the task accomplished. The hip flexors, back muscles, and piriformis are a few examples of muscles that get overused as an alternative strategy. Sometimes the new strategies work for a while until something breaks down. Research shows these changes can cause issues as many as 8 years later!  

Physical therapy can help you sort out these imbalances and teach you better ways to move. My job is to find where something went wrong (muscle? Joint? Posture? All of the above??), utilize my skills as a manual therapist to start guiding the healing process, and teach you better ways of moving that will help your body, not hurt it. It’s not about giving you a set of exercises. It’s 1:1 dedicated time to teach you how to use your body better.  

About the Author

Jill Heath is a licensed physical therapist and owner of She PT, LLC. She received a Doctorate of Physical Therapy and B.S. in Exercise Science from Northern Arizona University. During years of practice helping individuals of all ages recover from a variety of conditions, she developed a passion for working with women. She opened She PT, LLC with the purpose of meeting not only the unique physical needs of women, but also empowering women to take charge of their well-being by making care accessible.

Guide to Restoring Your Postpartum Body

Jill Heath, PT, DPT

Start restoring balance to your body

Our bodies experience many changes during pregnancy and childbirth, followed by a dramatic change in our daily activities. Today more than ever, we are enjoying higher levels of activity and fitness during pregnancy and soon after delivery. In an effort to keep up with this activity, our bodies often adopt new ways of moving which are not ideal for how the joints and muscles should function. Sometimes these changes cause issues during pregnancy or immediately postpartum, and sometimes take years before something in the system breaks down.  

Fortunately our bodies are always adapting, and we can intervene at any point to learn how to move better!  

Here are 5 exercises that you can easily incorporate into your daily activities to help your body move more optimally and balanced at whatever stage of motherhood or womanhood you are.  

Want updates on useful info and strategies to help you move and feel better as a mom?

1. Harmonious breathing

We hear a lot about the benefits of proper breathing - stress relief, higher energy levels, etc. Did you know it also helps your pelvic floor, posture, and core strength? The diaphragm is a postural muscle that coordinates with the pelvic floor to aid in “core stability”. Therefore, a shift away from balanced breathing can contribute to increased pressure on the pelvic floor, overactivity of these muscles, neck pain from chest breathing, etc. Here’s how to begin balancing your breathing: 

  • Sit on either a physioball or chair. Choose a height that allows your hips to be slightly higher than your knees, and your pelvis tilted forward (ie, not slouched).  
  • Place one hand on your ribcage and one on your belly. 
  • Inhale through your nose for a count of 3. As you inhale, feel your ribcage expand outward and your belly gently rise as your diaphragm lowers. Also, check in with your pelvic floor. Are you gripping it tight? Or can you feel it relaxing down towards the ball or chair? Avoid your chest and shoulders rising, or a large expansion of your belly. The majority of the movement should be occurring with your ribcage expanding outward.
  • Exhale through pursed lips for a count of 3. As you exhale, feel your ribcage closing together and feel your pelvic floor gently lifting up and away from the chair or ball. Perform this for 1-2 minutes, daily. (Bonus: it’s a great way to start the day!)

2. Transverse abdominus (TA) draw ins

Transverse what??? you may be asking… This important ab muscle works together with the pelvic floor muscles to provide stability and another component of our “core”. Our “six-pack” and oblique abdominal muscles get most of the attention with typical fitness, but getting the TA onboard is essential to a strong base for running, squatting, lifting as well as prevention and treatment of abdominal and pelvic floor issues (ie diastasis, incontinence, pelvic pain).

  • Lie on your back with your knees bent. Your back should feel comfortable, so use pillows under your head and/or shoulders as needed.
  • Place your thumbs just inside of your ASIS (pointy bones on the front of your hips) and your fingertips just above your pubic bone. Allow yourself to inhale as you practiced in exercise #1.  
  • As you exhale through your mouth, draw in your transverse abdominus and pelvic floor as if you are zipping up the top of the zipper on a tight pair of jeans. You should feel a tensioning under your thumbs and fingers as the transverse abdominus engages, as well as a gentle pulling up and in of the pelvic floor. Hold for a count of 3, and coordinate with breathing for 1 minute.  

3. Balanced weight shift

Bringing our bodies into a more balanced state where our muscles are available to do their best work is essential after pregnancy and throughout caring for babies and children. Use these techniques to help promote this balance. 

Throughout the day when you are standing, pay attention to where your weight is positioned. 

  • Do you stand more on one leg than the other?
  • Do you tend to shift one hip to the side when you're standing at the counter?
  • What about when you’re holding a baby or a child on one side?
  • Do you feel your weight more in your heels or your toes?
  • Next, stand next to a counter or chair back to aid in balance on a pillow of medium thickness, balance pad, or something similar.  
  • Start in your “normal” standing position.
  • Shift weight from right to left, thinking about bringing pelvis and ribcage over one leg and then the other, rather than leaning. Perform this for 1 minute, then find “neutral” or in the middle of the extremes of right and left.
  • Next shift weight forward and back, from heels to balls of your feet. Keep hips and knees straight. Feel your pelvis and ribcage shift forward and back for 1 minute, then find a neutral position where your ribcage feels neither behind or in front of your pelvis.

Practice this daily and you will find you are more aware of times you are operating with a posture of asymmetry.

4. Corner or doorway pec stretch

There are so many positions and activities in life that pull us forward - looking at phones, working at the computer, feeding babies, crouching down to talk to small kids, etc. This stretch feels so good to negate these effects, open up the ribcage, and optimize our breathing.

  • Stand either in a doorway or corner (depending on lengths of your arms and what space is available.)
  • Start in staggered stance with ribcage pulled in over pelvis (avoid arching your back.)
  • Place forearms on doorframe or wall, with elbows at comfortable angle below shoulders.
  • Inhale (practice your breath from #1!) and as you exhale, lean forward into a pec stretch. Allow your shoulder blades to slide down and back as your ribcage opens up. 
  • Hold for 10 seconds, 3x. Perform at least 1x/day (ideally after getting up in the morning and at the end of the day).

5. Sidelying half windmills

Pregnancy and spending much of our time moving forward causes our trunk to lose its full rotation (twisting) mobility. This rotation is essential to running, reaching, etc. Without regaining this motion, our bodies find ways to cheat around it rather than using our strongest movers to do their best work!

  • Lie on your side with head on pillow.  
  • Bend top leg and hook the toes behind the knee of the bottom leg. *Modify for low back pain with this alternative: bend both legs and keep knees, feet, and hips stacked.*
  • Inhale (there’s that breathing again!) and as you exhale, reach the top arm up and over at a 45* angle.  
  • Stretch with the exhale until your top knee begins to move away from the floor. You should feel a stretch through your chest and midback.  
  • Continue with comfortable breathing for 10 seconds, then repeat 4x.  

Perform on both sides. If you find one side is more restricted than the other, perform more reps on that side.

***Disclaimer: These exercises are intended as general techniques only. Do not perform if pain occurs. For a whole-body movement assessment and individualized plan, visit www.ShePT.co to learn how to work with Jill.

About the Author

Jill Heath is a licensed physical therapist and owner of She PT, LLC. She received a Doctorate of Physical Therapy and B.S. in Exercise Science from Northern Arizona University. During years of practice helping individuals of all ages recover from a variety of conditions, she developed a passion for working with women. She opened She PT, LLC with the purpose of meeting not only the unique physical needs of women, but also empowering women to take charge of their well-being by making care accessible.

Why we need to view postpartum as a recovery time

Jill Heath, PT, DPT

Having a baby is a natural process that our bodies were made to do. The body goes through considerable changes during pregnancy to allow the baby to grow, and prepare us for delivery. Though a natural process, it is a change from how our bodies are used to working and feeling. As a physical therapist, I look at physical structure and alignment, how muscles are working optimally, and how the brain, nervous system and muscles are working together. From this point of view, some of the changes I see after baby is born are:  

  • Posture - forward head, rounded shoulders (ie slouchy)
  • Low back arched, bum tucked under
  • Widened pelvis = changes down the kinetic chain (ie different angles at the knees and feet)
  • Glutes aren’t able to work as well as they should because of the pelvis position
  • Ribcage expanded and diaphragm not going through its full excursion
  • Pelvic floor and abdominal muscles in a prolonged stretch
  • Reduced awareness and control of pelvic floor muscles
  • Connective tissue of abdomen is lengthened (separation of muscles)
  • Increased ligament laxity (ie looser connections)
  • Possible scar tissue from C-section or pelvic floor injury during childbirth  

Want updates on useful info and strategies to help you move and feel better as a mom?

That’s a lot of stuff! Unfortunately, these issues often aren’t given the attention they deserve after having a baby. Transitioning to motherhood is busy and full of emotions. Our bodies go into survival mode and figure out how to move (often in compensating ways that don’t work so well) to take care of “all the things”. Or we feel the societal pressure to get in shape and lose the weight so we challenge our bodies too much and too soon, despite all of the changes that have occurred.  

Fortunately, there is a lot we can do about this. Giving our bodies the time and attention to recover from these changes can go a long way. Retraining our breathing patterns can help the diaphragm work more efficiently (can’t we all use some calming breaths as moms?) Specific exercises for the abs and pelvic floor - working together in a gradual progression - can get rid of the “mom pooch” and keep us from leaking while we jump on the trampoline. Working on scar tissue by a therapist or learning to do it ourselves can alleviate pain and prevent further issues. Helping all the muscles to work well together can help us not feel “clunky” when we try to run again.  

In a perfect world (hopefully in the not too distant future), during the fourth trimester we would receive this kind of care in the same way an orthopedic surgery is rehabilitated - with specific instructions, education, and respect for the healing time frame. We’re not there yet, but the good news is that regardless of how long we’ve been “postpartum” we can still help these issues. Our bodies are capable of change and are always evolving. Helping them remember how they moved pre-pregnancy can help us to move and feel better as moms.

About the Author

Jill Heath is a licensed physical therapist and owner of She PT, LLC. She received a Doctorate of Physical Therapy and B.S. in Exercise Science from Northern Arizona University. During years of practice helping individuals of all ages recover from a variety of conditions, she developed a passion for working with women. She opened She PT, LLC with the purpose of meeting not only the unique physical needs of women, but also empowering women to take charge of their well-being by making care accessible.

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Learn about your condition and strategies to recover your body on YOUR time!

Sessions can cover:

Postpartum

  • Pelvic floor and core muscle strengthening
  • Recovery from cesarean birth
  • Recovery from vaginal tearing/episiotomy
  • Low back, hip, pubic bone, sacroiliac joint pain, tailbone pain
  • Diastasis Recti/Abdominal wall muscle separation
  • Posture with postpartum activities
  • Urinary leakage or urinary frequency
  • Returning to exercise
  • Return to intercourse / painful intercourse 

Other

  • Pelvic pain
  • Back pain - posture / overuse / poor stability & strategies
  • Sacroiliac joint dysfunction
  • Neck and upper back pain
  • Joint and muscular pain
  • Incontinence/leaking
  • Running and sports injuries  
  • Post-operative rehabilitation
  • Chronic pain conditions 

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Useful info and strategies to help you move and feel better as a mom

Why we need to view postpartum as a recovery time

July 17, 2019 | Jill Heath , PT, DPT 

Having a baby is a natural process that our bodies were made to do. The body goes through considerable changes during pregnancy to allow the baby to grow, and prepare us for delivery. Though a natural process, it is a change from how our bodies are used to working and feeling...

Guide to Caring for Your Postpartum Body

July 9, 2019 | Jill Heath , PT, DPT 

Our bodies experience many changes during pregnancy and childbirth, followed by a dramatic change in our daily activities. Today more than ever, we are enjoying higher levels of activity and fitness during pregnancy and soon after delivery. In an effort to keep up with this activity, our bodies often adopt new ways of moving which are not ideal for how the joints and muscles should function...

Balance

July 2, 2019 | Jill Heath , PT, DPT 

We women hear this word a lot. Work-life balance, balancing kids and career, life is a balancing act, etc.  

All of these internal and external pressures of life can create noise that keeps us from listening to our bodies. Pregnancy and the physical demands of motherhood can...

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