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MEET THE TEAM

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Dr. Brittany Zis PT, DPT, C/NDT earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Quinnipiac University in North Haven, Connecticut in 2014. She became certified in Neurodevelopmental Treatment in 2015. She is certified to treat pelvic floor dysfunction through Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute. Brittany has completed Chrysalis Orofacial's Tethered Oral Tissues Speciality (TOTS) Training and Baby Begin's The Therapist's Role in Treating Plagiocephaly Without a Helmet. Brittany and her husband Andrew have a son, daughter, and two lovable fur babies.

Dr. Brittany Zis PT, DPT, C/NDT

Hi Mamas, I'm Brittany! I have been a physical therapist for 10 years! I have a passion for pediatrics and women's health, which is where the inspiration for Mother and Baby Wellness Collective came from.

 

My career began in pediatrics, treating infants and children. It has been a love of mine since I was a student. I am particularly passionate about treatment of babies 0-3 years to optimize gross motor development in those formative years.

 

When I found out I was pregnant with my son, I quickly noticed the lack of resources for women during the pre-pregnancy, prenatal, and postnatal periods. I found myself doing my own research and wellness programming to keep myself feeling good and able to continue my daily activities and job comfortably. In my postpartum recovery process, pelvic floor physical therapy was so helpful in my journey to returning to the activities that I love to do and reducing pain that came following birth. This process sparked my determination to change the way women are cared for during the motherhood journey. I'm here to change the conversation from "it's just part of being a mom!" to "physical therapy can help fix that!". It's my mission to debunk the misconception that common means normal.

 

I'm here for all the mamas and babies...I'm here for YOU!

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Dr. Allyson Mlincsek PT, DPT

Hi there! I am Allyson, and I am so happy to serve you as a Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist with Mother and Baby Wellness Collective. I graduated from Mercer University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program in 2016, and have over 6 years of experience as a physical therapist. I specialize in working with women as it relates to pelvic and obstetric health. I absolutely love educating women on how pelvic floor physical therapy can serve them before, during and after pregnancy.


I currently live in Atlanta, GA and have had experience in a number of different settings including orthopedics, acute care, and have now found my passion in serving women with pelvic floor dysfunction. I have learned how to take a holistic approach to treatment, and looking at the individual as
a whole. There are so many factors that can affect the pelvic floor including stress, social factors, intimacy, pregnancy, trauma, other orthopedic/neurological conditions, etc. The list is endless, and that is why seeing a pelvic floor PT is critical for those suffering from pelvic floor dysfunction.


I have found a love for serving women as I truly believe they deserve a practitioner who listens, understands, and centers patient care to the individual. There is no “cookie cutter” treatment plan, and my biggest goal is to educate women on how to care for themselves because they deserve it! Pelvic floor dysfunction can truly be devastating, confusing and is very personal. Because of that, I am here to provide you with a caring and dedicated treatment plan for long term relief.
 

I am so excited to work with you, and to be a part of your journey!

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Dr. Kristen Lee PT, DPT

Hi! I’m Kristen, pediatric physical therapist and mom of two. I graduated from Emory University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program in 2016 and have been working in pediatrics ever since. I’m passionate about helping little ones through their development and I love being able to guide families along the way.

 

As a mom, I’ve seen first-hand how overwhelming infant development can be. Babies change and grow so quickly. There’s so much information out there and it can be hard to know where to turn and what sources to trust. I hope to guide you through those early days so you can spend less time worrying and more time enjoying those little moments with your baby. I’m so grateful you’re here and have entrusted us with your little ones.

 

Dr. Kristen Lee PT DPT earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Emory University in 2016. She has over seven years of experience in pediatrics including inpatient, outpatient and early intervention. Kristen and her husband Brian reside in Roswell with their two kids.

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Dr. Ellen Pye PT, DPT

Hi! My name is Ellen, and I am a pelvic health and orthopedic physical therapist. I am local to Roswell. I grew up in the area and am now raising my little family here. I love empowering women and educating them about pelvic health topics. Outside of work, you can find me spending time with my family, practicing Pilates, and learning golf!

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