MS.PT.OSC.MTCFounder and practicioner
At Rebalance Physical Therapy, you will receive a thorough evaluation of your condition with a holistic approach. Clients are surprised to receive such a comprehensive evaluation because often their injuries have been viewed in parts and therefore have failed traditional treatment. We also realize that part of the healing process is also knowing when and who to refer to when injuries need a more comprehensive appraoch, therefor we have teamed up with the best and caring physicians and health care providers to collaborate care.
MS.PT.OSC.MTCFounder and practicioner
Hina Sheth is the owner and practitioner of Rebalance Physical Therapy. She is a board certified physical therapist specializing in orthopedics including spine and pelvic floor rehabilitation. She is an orthopedic clinical specialist through the American Physical Therapy Association and a manual certified therapist through the University of St. Augustine. Hina received her bachelors in Liberal Arts and Science from the University of Florida in 1998 and her Masters in Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine in 2000. Shortly after graduating, she moved to New York City where she specialized in orthopedics with emphasis on spine and sacroiliac joint dysfunction.
She moved to Philadelphia in 2004 where she started trained as a pelvic floor specialist at the University of Pennsylvania. She worked closely with renowned physicians, mentored and trained junior staff. She assisted in teaching physical therapy students at Arcadia University. She also developed an eclectic approach to treatment integrating various manual techniques with Yoga and Pilates. She continues to work closely with some of the best physicians throughout the Philadelphia health care systems and surrounding suburbs. She lectures several times throughout the year at Temple, University of Pennsylvania, Hahnemann/Drexel/ Lankenau, Thomas Jefferson Hospitals on spinal dysfunction and pelvic pain and the holistic model of dysfunction and treatment. She participates in NIH research studies (2008 on Interstitial Cystitis and Physical Therapy treatment) and has co-authored chapters in several urogynecologic manuals on pelvic pain. She is also an exam writer for the American Physical Therapy Association's women's health exam. She has mentored with some of the best and world renown spine, sacroiliac joint manual therapists including, Stanley Paris, Mark Laslett, Diane Lee and Linda Joy Lee. She constantly pursuing her craniosacral therapy course work to further enhance her manual therapy skills.
Hina is an active member of the National Vulvadynia Association, International Pelvic Pain Society, American Physical Therapy Association and Interstitial Cystitis Network.
Outside of Rebalance, Hina loves to spend quality time with her husband, 3 kids and her dog Rooney. Her ideal way to spend an evening is entertaining close friends enjoying great food and wine. She is also a lover of travel, skiing and photography and she is a self-help junkie.
Kimberly Le grew up in the greater Philadelphia area where she received her Bachelor's of Science in Kinesiology from Temple University. While at Temple, she developed her passion for nutritional wellness, physical fitness, and cultural enrichment from work with the student-run food co-op, running club, and Asian Student Associations. She later earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Temple and found a calling for pelvic floor rehabilitation after witnessing the unique impact that physical therapy made on pregnant and postpartum moms and chronic pelvic pain patients.
Kimberly has training through the Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute as well as extensive clinical experience treating bladder, bowel, and sexual dysfunctions and complex hip and low back conditions. She has worked closely with OBGYNs and completed several social media projects to promote pelvic health and rehabilitation in her community. She wants to continue raising more awareness for pelvic floor dysfunctions and empower females and males to live their best lives through health and wellness.
In her spare time, Kimberly enjoys running, hiking, traveling, watercolor painting, concerts, and exploring coffee shops.
Andrea graduated from Thomas Jefferson University and went on to work in the field of sports and orthopedic care. She first worked at Restoration Physical therapy treating patients with various orthopedic injuries like low back pain, joint replacements, rotator cuff repairs, and cervical pain. She worked at Vincera Rehab as Director of Rehab with specializations in core muscle injuries and hip labral tears. She worked with athletes from all levels including local professional sports teams like the Philadelphia Flyers and Philadelphia Eagles. She has taken continuing education course work in pelvic rehab, running assessments, myofascial release techniques, and Maitland joint mobilizations. She has taken a special interest in the connection of the function and health of the pelvic floor in post-partum patients, recreational athletes, runners, and yogis.
Prior to being a physical therapist, Andrea was a high school counselor and yoga teacher. Andrea continues to teach yoga privately, and she uses her training in mindfulness and yoga movement with her physical therapy clients. Incorporating body awareness, yoga postures, and breath work, clients are empowered in their healing process.
Outside of the clinic, Andrea enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter, and dog. She stays active with hiking, walking, strength training, yoga, and the Peloton.
Katelyn graduated with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Rutgers University in 2014, receiving both a Clinical Excellence Award and Community Service Award. Katelyn discovered her interest in Physical Therapy after an ACL reconstruction in college, and completing her rehabilitation to return to playing Division I lacrosse. She pursued a physical therapy career in outpatient orthopedics, completing her McKenzie Certification, SFMA, and FMS training.
After her personal postpartum experience and pain with returning to exercise, Katelyn began pursuing Pelvic Floor training through Herman and Wallace, and incorporating her orthopedic background with knowledge of the pelvic floor. She was frustrated how challenging it was for her to return to a prior level of function, and how vital addressing the pelvic floor is to not just pre/postpartum rehab, but also general functioning throughout life.
Prior to pursuing her Doctorate, Katelyn graduated from The George Washington University with a B.S. Degree in Exercise Science and was captain of the Women's Lacrosse Team. Following her undergraduate degree, Katelyn coached lacrosse and taught physical education in England, and then returned to the States for graduate school. She has remained active in coaching in the area.
Outside of the clinic, Katelyn enjoys spending time with her husband, two kids, and dog, Doc. Katelyn and her family live in Philadelphia, and she enjoys running and strength training, and spending lots of time outdoors whether at the park, or down at the beach.