Learn About Inflammation, Its Many Causes, and What It Does to the Pelvic Area

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Lauren C. Peterson, PT, DPT

Lauren C. Peterson, PT, DPT,
Owner, Clinical Director

Lauren has been teaching Pilates since 2008 and has been a practicing Physical Therapist since 2013. After having her first child,  Lauren became interested in pelvic rehabilitation and women's health. She sought special education and training through the American Physical Therapy Association Section on Women's Health and the Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute.  

Lauren grew up in a tight-knit Oklahoma family.  She trained in Classical Ballet with several renowned, local instructors (including Kay Sandel and Lisa Webb).  Lauren spent several summers training at the Pacific Northwest Ballet School, where she was introduced to Pilates.  It was a great learning experience, as she was able to condition and rehabilitate injuries throughout her ballet career.  Following an injury at the Harid Conservatory, Lauren moved with her family to Canada and trained for 2 years with the National Ballet School of Canada, where she was introduced to physical therapy.  Lauren went on to complete her degree in Ballet Performance at Indiana University and danced professionally with Texas Dance Theatre.  During her last season with TDT Lauren transitioned into the next stage of her career, as she entered Physical Therapy school at the University of North Texas Health Science Center.  While she was in school Lauren first had the opportunity to work with dancers providing the quality physical therapy that had been so important in her own career.   

She has been teaching Pilates since 2008 and has been a practicing Physical Therapist since 2013.   After having her first child,  Lauren became interested in pelvic rehabilitation and women's health. She sought special education and training through the American Physical Therapy Association Section on Women's Health and the Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute.  

After the birth of her second child, with a growing of her own, Lauren knew it was time to come back to Oklahoma to plant roots of her own.  She is proud to be a Physical Therapist in Oklahoma City, and excited to be able to share Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy in OKC.  

Rosie Nybeck, PT, DPT

Rosie Nybeck, PT, DPT,
Physical Therapist (Vestibular)

Dr. K. Rosie Nybeck is one of our physical therapists; she graduated from Langston School of Physical Therapy in 2019. Dr. Rosie is grateful to be part of the FYZICAL team, to which she contributes her specialty in vestibular conditions, helping our dizziness and balance patients reach their goals and improve their quality of life. Outside of FYZICAL, Dr. Rosie serves as the Small Groups Director of her church. She cherishes quality time with God, her family and friends.

Alissa Canon, PT, DPT

Alissa Canon, PT, DPT,
Physical Therapist

Alissa was born and raised in Oklahoma City. She grew up playing sports her whole life and that’s how she found her love of exercise, how the body moves, and physical therapy. She attended the University of Oklahoma for her Doctorate of Physical Therapy graduating in 2021. Her areas of special interest are pelvic floor physical therapy, sports, and orthopedics. When she is not in the clinic she loves spending time with her dog Olive, fiancé Grayson, family, and friends. She enjoys all things active, but mostly Pilates, weight lifting, skiing, going to the beach, and going on long walks.

Cali Martin, PT, DPT

Cali Martin, PT, DPT,
Physical Therapist

Cali Martin began her college career at Collin College in Plano, TX before transitioning to Texas State University where she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance. After graduation, Cali moved to Virginia and dabbled in several areas of interest, including working as a physical therapy aide in an outpatient clinic. With her background in dance movement and her introduction to the world of physical therapy Cali decided to pursue a graduate degree in the field in order to help others.In May '23, Cali achieved her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Virginia Commonwealth University. Her areas of highest interest include pelvic health for all, balance and strength for older adults, and eventually bringing more preventative PT to the world of dance. In her free time, Cali enjoys dancing, thrifting, spending time with her cats, and exploring the ins and outs of OKC.

Hannah Staton, PT, DPT

Hannah Staton, PT, DPT,
Physical Therapist

Hannah grew up in the rural northeastern Oklahoma town of Warner, where she attended high school and was involved in many clubs and activities, including softball and marching band. She received her undergraduate degree in 2019 from Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, before moving to the south side of Oklahoma City. Prior to attending PT school, she worked at St. Anthony’s residential clinic, Family Medicine Center (now SSM Health Medical Group). There, she helped the clinic transition to telehealth during the pandemic, before beginning PT school in the summer of 2020. She received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Oklahoma in 2023, and is overjoyed to begin her career as a PT. Her areas of interest include pelvic health and geriatrics – she has a special place in her heart for older adults, as well as for minority groups and the underrepresented.

To her fellow residents of the south side, Hannah says, “¡Ama tu vida!”

Annette Phillips, PTA

Annette Phillips, PTA,
Physical Therapist Assistant

Annette was born and raised in Oklahoma City, OK. 

While in her 30s, she managed a Curves for Women in St. Charles, Mo and realized how much she loved helping women improve their level of fitness and overall health. She moved to Broken Arrow in 2004, where she decided to take her passion to the next level and graduated from Tulsa Community College with honors, with her associate degree in applied science majoring in Physical Therapy Assistant program in 2008. 

She began her career in outpatient physical therapy with a focus on orthopedics, then worked in skilled nursing and home health for several years. When she joined FYZICAL in Fall 2022, she returned to outpatient PT, her first love in the therapy world. She continues to learn and enjoys helping people with Pelvic Floor dysfunction, Balance and Vestibular disorders, and all manner of orthopedic needs. 

Her hobbies are all things outdoors, gardening, going to the lake, and playing outside with her dogs. She loves spending time with friends and family, especially her grandkids. Ans she loves having as many adventures as possible.

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In this book you'll discover...

What could be causing that nagging pain along with strategies and drug free treatment options to find relief.

  • The link between inflammation and foods
  • What your symptoms may mean
  • How to heal yourself at home
  • How your inflammation mirrors your lifestyle
  • The difference between inflammation, trauma, and infection
  • Easy ways to implement lifestyle changes

See what's inside the book

Learn about some of the most important questions to ask and some tips on what you can do to find relief.


At some point in life nearly everyone will end up dealing with a pain or injury that isn’t going away on it’s own. Finding the best solution for the problem is all about having the right information, and gathering that information is all about asking the right questions.

So as you search for solutions to your pain/injury and strive to get back to doing the things you need, want, and love to do, make sure you ask the necessary questions about any treatment options you are considering.

There are a huge number of treatment options for any given pain or injury. Our FREE Report has helped hundreds of people find the best solution for their pain.

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