Dr. Wallie Morris is a Colorado state board certified and licensed Physical Therapist,  a National Strength and Conditioning Association Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, and a Pregnancy and Postpartum Athleticism Coach. She earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree from New York University and completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Richmond majoring in Business Administration.  

Wallie lives in Steamboat Springs, Colorado with her husband and two young daughters. Prior to moving to Steamboat to raise her family, Wallie practiced in a variety of clinical settings in New York City, including in-patient acute care, rehabilitation, and orthopedic and sports physical therapy.  After the birth of her first daughter, Wallie realized the importance of pelvic floor rehabilitation following pregnancy.  As she searched for information and treatment, she encountered a lack of accurate information regarding exercise during the pre-natal/postpartum period and for pelvic health in general.  This is where her journey as a pelvic floor physical therapist began. Wallie trained with the prestigious Herman and Wallace Institute in pelvic floor rehabilitation. She brings this expertise to her treatment of pelvic floor and orthopedic conditions for pre-natal/postpartum clients, all levels of athletes, and people experiencing uncomfortable physical changes in any stage of life.