The Triad’s Premier Women’s Health and Wellness Center
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What Others Are Saying
Meet the Team
Dr. Katie Taylor
Dr. Katie Taylor is the founder of Taylor Physical Therapy and Wellness. A Winston-Salem native, Katie graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program in 2012.
Katie received specialized training at Stanford University for treatment and management of lymphedema and she is also a Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist. Dr. Taylor is passionate about helping women find relief from pelvic floor dysfunction.
Katie lives in Clemmons with her husband, two young children, and Golden Retriever “Winston.” She enjoys running, cooking, and hiking in the mountains.
Dr. Jesse Rapp
Dr. Jesse Rapp is a Physical Therapist who specializes in treating women for pelvic health and orthopedic related conditions. Jesse is honored to join women on their journey of healing and wellness. Jesse graduated from Arcadia University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program in 2013.
She is Certified in Manual Therapy, a Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist and Certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling.
Jesse moved to Winston-Salem with her husband and daughter to be closer to family. She enjoys traveling, reading and indoor cycling.
Dr. Bria Stark
Dr. Bria Stark grew up in Illinois and received her Bachelors in Kinesiology at the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign. She went on to pursue her Doctorate in Occupational Therapy at Kettering College in Dayton, Ohio.
She has held a passion for holistic pelvic health since the beginning of her graduate school journey and was determined to empower and educate her future patients about their pelvic health.
In her free time, she enjoys reading outdoors, traveling to visit friends and family, and planning her next trip to the beach!
Dr. Rachel Hall
Dr. Rachel Hall is a physical therapist specializing in the treatment of orthopedic and pelvic floor conditions. Rachel received her Bachelors in Exercise Science from Appalachian State University and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Wingate University in 2018.
Rachel is certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling and is passionate about women receiving the care that they deserve, especially post-partum.
Rachel grew up in the triad and recently moved back to be closer to family. She is excited to offer personalized physical therapy for her community with the Taylor PT team. Rachel lives with her Husband in Pfafftown and enjoys being outside taking walks/going on hikes with her two dogs or getting comfortable on the couch reading!
Kate Quinn is an educator, yoga instructor and mother. She has been teaching yoga for over 10 years and specializes in restorative yoga, prenatal and postnatal yoga, as well as children's yoga.
She loves to travel and received her yoga designations in Costa Rica and Thailand. She has also been teaching elementary school for 8 years and is passionate about helping children learn and grow in a mindful way.
Yoga has helped her with the aches and pains of motherhood and has built back some of her strength to remain pain-free and be able to carry her son through the world. She wants to teach mothers how to feel good in their bodies and their minds to feel empowered on their journeys.
Jacquelyn Rose is a licensed massage and bodywork therapist certified in prenatal massage, committed to helping women achieve optimal health through the art of massage. She believes in taking a collaborative approach to helping each client reach their health and wellness goals.
Jacquelyn was born in Winston-Salem, attended Living Arts Institute and graduated in 2013 with her license in massage therapy and has been a holistic health care since the very beginning.
You may see Jacquelyn out in the community massaging at a chair massage event or enjoying time with her family and friends.
Sandy moved to North Carolina from Batavia, New York with her husband, Scott, to be closer to our family and enjoy the sunshine. They have been married for 30 years and
we have 2 daughters Kayla and Kendall. In her spare time she enjoys boating, kayaking, white water rafting, golf, and the beach.
Sandy is a certified Health and Wellness Coach and is passionate about helping women achieve their highest level of health.
Jodi was raised in Richmond in Va, before attending college in Greensboro where she received her degree in Kinesiology. She has spent the past 14 years as a personal trainer to a variety of clientele in the Triad.
During and after her pregnancies Jodi noticed a lack of knowledge regarding the pelvic floor and women's health. She has since started to grow her passion to help education women on their own health journey.
Jodi lives in Pfafftown with her husband, 3 young girls and their adopted dog Izzy. They enjoy spending time together outside, watching movies, and hanging out with friends and family.
What We Believe
At Taylor Physical Therapy and Wellness we believe that every patient deserves high-quality individualized care. Many women believe there is no practitioner out there who knows how to treat their symptoms or are told that it’s normal to have pain or swelling following pregnancy or cancer. We know that not only are effective treatments available but believe we offer the best care around through one-on-one sessions.
We feel it is important to listen to the needs of each patient and work with them to meet their goals. From day one, we empower our patients with the tools and understanding to resolve their condition and return to the activities they love.
We are dedicated to serving our patients and helping them move better and feel better. Our therapists will spend as much time as it takes to understand your needs and provide exceptional service.