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Noelle Eads, P.T., D.P.T.

Doctor of Physical Therapist


Undergraduate: East Tennessee State University, B.S. in Physical Education

Graduate: East Tennessee State University, Doctor of Physical Therapy

Post Doctoral Pelvic Health Training: Herman and Wallace Institute for Pelvic Rehabilitation; Institute of Advanced Musculoskeletal Treatments

I was raised in Abingdon, VA and received both my undergraduate education and my postgraduate from East Tennessee State University. I graduated with my Bachelor’s of Education in Exercise Science in 2010 and my Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2013. I was exposed to Women’s Health Physical Therapy in my clinical internships and absolutely fell in love with the specialty. Immediately following graduation, I started intensive post-graduate training in Women’s Health at Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute. I engaged in additional post-graduate manual therapy training at the Institute of Advanced Musculoskeletal Treatments while practicing in Memphis under a 6-month mentorship program. There I expanded my skills in managing complex conditions such as urinary incontinence, urgency, frequency, voiding dysfunction, painful intercourse, prolapse, as well as in managing complex pelvic pain conditions such as endometriosis, interstitial cystitis, pregnancy related pain, postpartum conditions, and rehabilitation of vaginal lacerations with delivery, Cesarean section post-operative therapy, and pre- and post-operative urogynecological care. Subsequently, I was honored to assist with the opening of Pelvic Health facilities in Knoxville, TN and Cary, NC before returning home to Johnson City in 2016.

I entered private practice in the fall of 2016 and developed a relationship with State of Franklin OB/GYN Specialists by caring for mutual patients. I was given the wonderful opportunity to guest lecture for their postpartum Group Care visit and raise awareness of the spectrum of pregnancy-related effects on the body and highlight the numerous rehabilitative treatment options using Pelvic Health Physical Therapy. Over the next two years, the awareness and need for Pelvic Health has grown. I was honored to accept a position developing a Pelvic Health Program expanding this service to the community. Pelvic Health Physical Therapy is a service about which I am extremely passionate. Women’s health and wellness issues are of vital importance to me. Helping women deal with urinary incontinence, pelvic pain, sexual issues and improving their overall quality of life is our goal at State of Franklin OB/Gyn Specialists Pelvic Health Physical Therapy.

In my spare time I enjoy running, hiking, traveling, and taking care of my adorable animals — Albert, Henry, Melvin, and Maggie. I am thrilled to join the State of Franklin OB/GYN Specialists’ team and I look forward to growing and developing this amazing service for our community.


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