Taylor grew up moving around in a military household, primarily living in the south. She attended the University of Alabama where she majored in Exercise Science before moving to Memphis, TN to attend the University of Tennessee Health Science Center for her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree.
Her interest in pelvic health began with a course in school which led to her selecting this area for a clinical rotation. From there, she knew pelvic floor PT was going to be her specialty – she loved seeing the change in people and how this truly impacted quality of life.
Since graduating, Taylor has worked primarily with pelvic floor populations and has completed over 200 hours of continuing education courses in the area. She recently completed her CAPP-Pelvic certification through the American Physical Therapy Association with a case study focused on post-prostatectomy physical therapy.
Taylor treats a variety of issues with all genders, including pelvic pain, pain with intercourse, urinary incontinence, bowel dysfunction, pelvic organ prolapse, pre and post-prostatectomy, and pregnancy and postpartum related care.
Aside from physical therapy interests, Taylor enjoys spending time with friends, family, and her two dogs, Bear and Gus. She enjoys running and has completed one full marathon and multiple half marathons. She loves spin classes on Peloton as well. In her free time, Taylor can be found exploring the outdoors, traveling, and watching sports – especially Alabama football.