Put your trust in our licensed physical therapists. While it is a common practice to use PT techs and PT assistants we do not use them at our clinic. You deserve the best, most qualified care every visit.
Our therapists use a manual, hands on approach to treat. We often hear that our therapists have "magic hands". This compliment is a result of years of skilled manual training producing highly knowledgeable therapists. We also have therapists that have extensive training in specific areas such as pelvic floor, headaches/migraines, tailbone, jaw pain, CranioSacral therapy, and Trigger Point Dry Needling.
From the moment you walk in the building to the time you say good bye to your therapist, you will find we are not your average physical therapy clinic. We have friendly front office staff to help answer all your questions.
Barbara Bauman is a physical therapist and owner of Bauman Physical Therapy & Wellness since 1998. She earned her degree from Cleveland State University. She has a strong interest in women’s health and a commitment to manual assessment and manual therapy techniques. Barb’s background in manual therapy includes: muscle energy, indirect mobilization, myofascial release, visceral manipulation, lymphatic drainage, among others. This diverse background provides for an integrated approach to musculoskeletal dysfunction.
Margot van Eck, PT, MS, CST has been with Bauman Physical Therapy since 1999. She attended West Virginia University for undergraduate studies and received a BS in Physical therapy at the University of Alabama in Birmingham in 1981. Margot specializes in all orthopedic problems, TMJ and is certified in craniosacral therapy.
Gail "Cookie" Freidhoff-Bohman, PT, SCS, graduated from Emory University in 1982 after spending several years as an athletic trainer. She has worked in acute care, served as the manager of a sports medicine center, was on the PT faculty at the University of Kentucky for 5 years, then was a senior PT in the sports medicine center at UK until she retired in 2010. Finding retirement somewhat lacking in challenges, she joined the staff at Bauman PT in 2010 working 2 days/week when she is in Lexington.
Sarah Martin, PT, DPT graduated with a Ph.D. in Neurobiology from the University of Kentucky in 2008. She then returned to UK to pursue Physical Therapy, graduating in 2014. As a PT student she was the recipient of the American Physical Therapy Association’s Mary McMillan Award and UK’s Physical Therapy Outstanding Student Award. Sarah is trained in a therapeutic technique developed by the Postural Restoration Institute, visceral manipulation, strengthening, and women’s health.
Faye Morris, PT, is a graduate of the University of Kentucky in Animal Science in 1980 and Physical Therapy in 1988. She has worked in rehabilitation with CVA & CHI, Acute Care and Orthopedics. Her training in Manual Therapy include Myofascial Release, Viseral Manipulation, Muscle Energy, Paris, and Matiland Techniques. Faye is Adjunt faculity to University of Kentucky PT and Bellermine University, PT. In her free time she competes in equestrine sports of Dressage and Reining on her horses and mules.
Lauren Bush, PT, DPT, RYT is a doctor of Physical Therapy. She received her Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology/Sports Medicine from DePauw University in 2004 and her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Indiana University in 2008. She has been trained in the McKenzie method, visceral manipulation, pelvic floor therapy, and has also attended numerous manual therapy based courses through the Institute of Physical Art. Lauren is passionate about holistic health and wellness and is a certified yoga teacher.
Britt Colston, PT, DPT received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Belmont University in Nashville, TN in 2012. After spending several years in Nashville, she has returned to her home state of Kentucky. Britt brings compassion and a wealth of experience as a full time pelvic floor physical therapist. She treats a variety of conditions such as back pain and sciatica from pregnancy and post-partum, urinary/fecal incontinence, pelvic prolapse, and chronic pelvic pain. Britt uses manual techniques as well as biofeedback in treatment plans.
Kim Davis is a fitness trainer and has been with Bauman Physical Therapy since January of 2004. She is certified through the American Council on Exercise in both Group Fitness (1996) and Personal Training (1997). Kim teaches classes including: step aerobics, pump (barbell classes), cycling, and Pilates at both Bauman Physical Therapy and the local YMCA. She works with those with active lifestyles as well as rehab patients.
Please contact us directly with any questions or comments. We ask that you please do not cancel appointments via email. We have an answering machine to take calls after hours.
615 Delzan Place, Lexington, KY 40503
Monday - Friday: 8am - 5pm
Saturday - Sunday: Closed