A Physical Therapist for over 25 years, Dr. Jennifer Busbee Hunt, PT, DPT (“Jenny”) has a bachelor’s degree in Biology and a doctorate in Physical Therapy. After many years working in outpatient orthopedics, Jenny began narrowing her focus in pelvic health physical therapy and founded Provenance Rehabilitation in 2010. In addition to clinical practice, Jenny and is an Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy at the University of North Georgia, and she enjoys guest lecturing at various Physical Therapy programs in the Atlanta area on the topics of pelvic health and pregnancy/postpartum physical therapy. Jenny is married with 3 children. Her favorite things are spending time with family and friends, escaping to the mountains or countryside, and traveling to different parts of the country and world.
A Physical Therapist for over 20 years, Carrie Dendtler holds bachelor’s degrees in Journalism/Latin American Studies and Physical Therapy, has earned her Pelvic Health Certificate, is certified and licensed in Dry Needling, and is an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant. She recently completed her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. After many years of practicing pediatric physical therapy, working with mothers and babies in many different clinical settings, Carrie is now is excited to empower patients regarding pelvic health. Outside of her work, Carrie enjoys volunteering in the community and spending time outdoors with her family, dogs, and horses.
Tina McGinley earned a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Emory University, a master’s degree in Physical Therapy from the Medical College of Georgia, and a doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from the University of North Georgia. She has completed and continuously pursues professional courses in pediatric pelvic health. Tina’s focus is in the area of pediatric physical therapy, and she has a special interest in working with children and teens in pelvic health physical therapy.
After receiving her bachelor’s degree in Anthropology and working in various corporate settings, Dr. Heather Draper, PT, DPT returned to school to earn her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. During her doctorate work, Heather was involved in a research project regarding postpartum women, and this work sparked her interest in Women’s Health and Pelvic Physical Therapy. With a life-long love of fitness, health, and nutrition, Heather brings a wealth of knowledge and skill to her patients. She enjoys working with a variety of conditions affecting both women and men and provides compassionate care to each patient. Outside of work, Heather’s pastimes include yoga, running, and cooking, but her favorite way to spend her days is with her husband, newborn daughter, and Golden Retriever.
Behind the scenes, but critical to the success of our practice, Lori Frechtman brings a varied background in health care management to the role that keeps our practice organized and focused on delivering a positive experience for each patient. Prior to joining Provenance, Lori spent several years in assisted-living communities, 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. Lori graduated from Tufts University with a bachelor’s degree in Sociology, and she 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.