Providing Physical Therapy services to the greater Atlanta Area since June 2010, we specialize in female and male pelvic health, and we offer various programs to address pregnancy and postpartum conditions.
We have over 25 years of experience in orthopedics and pelvic health physical therapy. We are dedicated to continuing our education, training, and skills to provide the highest quality of care for our patients.
Our physical therapy setting is unique; we are located within a medical office building which allows for easy collaboration with other providers of pelvic health. The quality of care and time spent with each patient exceeds what is found in the typical rehabilitation setting. Educating our patients about their conditions, listening to their concerns, and understanding their goals are key components of our care. With this patient-centered approach, we have become a premier rehabilitation facility for women and men throughout Atlanta and the Southeast Region.
Our mission is to help our patients improve their quality of life by addressing pelvic floor conditions that can affect bowel, bladder and sexual functioning. Our programs and services are devoted to helping individuals with activities that are often taken for granted – being able to tolerate a pelvic exam or insert a tampon, having sex without pain, not having to wear a pad because of urinary or fecal leakage, and not having to endure pelvic pain.
Meet Our Staff
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Jennifer Busbee Hunt is the founder of Provenance Rehabilitation. Jenny practiced physical therapy in Memphis, TN, Franklin, TN, and Mill Creek, WA, before settling down with her family in Alpharetta, GA in 2004 where she directed a pelvic health program for several years. Her experiences in these various settings helped her develop a vision of quality health care and a strong desire to create a unique setting. As she gained clinical experience and expanded her skill set in the area of pelvic health, she knew that she needed to develop a different model of care than what was being offered in most facilities. Jenny made her vision a reality in June 2010 when she opened Provenance Rehabilitation in Alpharetta, GA.
Jenny earned a BA degree in Biology from Rhodes College in Memphis, TN in 1989, a BS degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Tennessee, Memphis in 1993, and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Arcadia University in Glenside, PA in 2017. In addition to continuing her education and growing her physical therapy practice, Jenny is a member of the Women’s Health Section of the American Physical Therapy Association, the International Pelvic Pain Society, the American Urogynecologic Society, the National Vulvodynia Association, and the Interstitial Cystitis Association.
A guest lecturer at Georgia State University in Atlanta, GA, University of North Georgia in Dahlonega, GA, and Brenau University in Gainesville, GA, Jenny enjoys sharing her knowledge and experiences with physical therapy students on the topics of and pelvic floor dysfunction and pregnancy and postpartum physical therapy.
Jenny is married with 3 children and lives in Milton, GA. The daughter of a professional musician and a college professor, she loves all types of music and places great value in education. Jenny’s favorite things are spending time with her family and friends, escaping to the mountains or countryside, and traveling to different parts of the country and world.
Heather Draper attended the University of Georgia where she earned her BA in Anthropology in 2007. After graduating, she worked in various corporate settings before realizing that a better professional fit for her would be one that would allow her to combine her love of fitness, health, nutrition, and a desire to help people. It was not long before Heather found a passion for physical therapy.
Heather went back to school and attended the University of North Georgia where she earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. During her time at the university, she participated in a research project regarding the effects of Diastasis Recti on daily functional activities in postpartum women. While working on this project, Heather developed a deep interest in women’s health and pelvic PT. She began taking advanced courses in pelvic floor physical therapy and postpartum care while still in attendance at her university. Heather enjoys working with a variety of pelvic health conditions affecting both women and men. She empowers her patients by sharing her knowledge and providing compassionate care.
Heather is a Georgia native. Her mother, also a doctor, fostered a passion for life-long learning in Heather. Heather is continually seeking to expand her knowledge in all aspects of pelvic health. When her nose is not in a book, Heather and her husband are often found at the movie theater or at a local park. Heather also enjoys yoga, painting and experimenting in the kitchen.
A Physical Therapist since 2001, Smitha earned a Bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy from Mangalore University, India, and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Utica College, New York. Smitha has worked in multiple settings, and early in her career she developed a passion for working with the geriatric population. More recently, Smitha completed extensive training in the area of pregnancy and postpartum physical therapy, and she currently enjoys treating various conditions that are common in women during these stages of life. When not working, Smitha enjoys spending time with her family. Her favorite hobbies are cooking and traveling with her family to explore new places she has never been.
A Physical Therapist since 1998, Carrie Dendtler holds Bachelor’s degrees in Journalism/Latin American Studies and Physical Therapy, along with a Pelvic Health Certificate from Evidence in Motion. She is currently completing her Doctorate in Physical Therapy through Evidence in Motion. She has been a community breastfeeding leader since 2004 and an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant since 2009. After many years of working with mothers and babies in many different clinical settings, she now is excited to empower patients regarding pelvic health. In addition to work, Carrie enjoys volunteering in the community and spending time outdoors with her family, dogs, and horses.
Lori brings a varied background in health care management to the role that keeps our practice organized and focused on delivering a positive experience and outcome for our patients. Prior to her role with Provenance she spent several years in the assisted-living community, addressing the needs of residents and designing programs to enrich their daily lives while increasing involvement and self-esteem. Previously, she worked as a hospital patient liaison tasked with improving patient satisfaction. She graduated Tufts University with a BS in Sociology, and has enhanced her credentials with post-graduate studies in Medical Humanities at Drew University, and Health Services Administration at the New School for Social Research in New York City.
Megan Domingue has been a licensed massage therapist since 2005. Along with a B.S. in Psychology, Megan is certified in Oncology and Lymphatic Massage. She enjoys the clinical aspect of massage, but overall, she strives to alleviate stress and pain that affect people every day. From relaxation massage to deep pressure techniques, Megan focuses on her clients’ specific needs to improve their overall well being.
Donna Wise is a 500hr certified yoga instructor who has been teaching yoga since 2006. As our “Blossom Yoga” instructor, Donna Wise teaches how to connect the breath to the postures at a gentle pace, and this connection allows focus on the mind, body and soul in the present moment. She brings her knowledge of the body, mind, and spirit to yoga after working as a Registered Nurse for 18 years in Atlanta.
Why Provenance Rehabilitation?
The services of Provenance Rehabilitation are provided by physical therapists with extensive training in pelvic floor rehabilitation. The level of expertise of our therapists requires many hours of continuing education each year, constant commitment to quality, and a unique setting that is not rushed or dictated by anything other than our patients’ needs.
We offer the absolute best care in pelvic rehabilitation. Our therapists are highly skilled and have much experience using various manual therapy techniques to address pelvic floor dysfunction and pain.
- Our patients are referred from more than 100 different health care providers from all over Georgia, The Mayo Clinic, and specialists in other states.
- We schedule one hour for each patient – sometimes longer – depending on the needs of the patient.
- Our therapists work with only one patient at a time.
- All patients receive treatment in private rooms – never in an open room or gym-type setting.
- Our facility is located in a quiet and professional medical building.
- We have over 25 years of experience in orthopedics and pelvic floor health in men and women.
- Pelvic health is our primary specialty.
- We are very passionate about our work and strive to offer the best care in pelvic health and rehabilitation.