Genesis Helms, PT, DPT
Specializes in Pelvic Health
Whole Body Health PT @ Tigard & NW Portland
Genesis complete her undergrad at Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ with a degree in Kinesiology. Afterwards, she continued her studies and graduated with honors from Northern Arizona University at the Phoenix Biomedical Campus in downtown Phoenix with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2017
Genesis has continued her education through the Herman & Wallace Institute and as a member of the Pelvic Health Section of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). She is actively pursuing here Pre and Post Natal Coaching Certification (GGS CPPC), Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification (PRPC) and doula certifications.
Genesis has experience working in pelvic health, which she began pursuing while still in PT school. During her final year of grad school, Genesis began her love of pelvic health with an incredible intensive internship with an amazing mentor. Continuing her education and experience, Genesis has completed numerous advanced courses from both the APTA and Herman & Wallace Institute. She treats both women and men experiencing any pelvic, perineal, or abdominal issues ranging from urinary incontinence to chronic pelvic pain and everything in between. Genesis absolutely loves working with women during pregnancy and early postpartum and hopes to begin assisting women during labor and delivery in the future.
Furthermore, Genesis treats general orthopedic conditions from head to toes, and especially enjoys working with foot and ankle injuries.
Whole Body Health PT is a great fit for Genesis, as she treats from a holistic perspective - that each person is a whole person, and everything is connected and should be treated as such.
Genesis currently spends her free time playing with her 2-year-old son and remodeling her 1911 craftsman house in SE Portland. She loves working with her hands and building/making things. Genesis also loves eating and cooking, sewing, anything outside, climbing and aerial silks when possible.