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Feel nurtured with Holistic Family Physical Therapy and Wellness

Mom & Baby Physical Therapy

Holistic Family Physical Therapy and Wellness is a premier mobile physical therapy practice based in Muskego, WI that specializes in serving moms and babies.

What does it mean it be a mobile practice? It means the convenience of being seen in the comfort of your own home, no wasted time spent driving and sitting in a clinic waiting room, and no trying to find child care for your appointment. Your therapist is there to support you and your family.


Holistic Family takes pride in being able to offer specialized care for moms on their pregnancy and postpartum journey, as well as supporting the precious life they are bringing into the world. You won't find more compassionate and holistic care anywhere else in SE WI. Come take a look at what Holistic Family has to offer you!


More About Holistic Family Physical Therapy and Wellness

Holistic Family's mission is to provide physical therapy and wellness services to the family unit, with specialized focus on moms and their babies, so that families can thrive during the childbearing year and beyond. ​​ Holistic Family's values are simple: ​ Family is the foundation of all things, and nurturing that foundation so it can grow and flourish is an absolute honor. ​ Every person has the right to direct and participate in their care without oversight or limitations from a third-party entity as they pursue health and wellness for themselves and their loved ones. ​ Freedom to choose and have ultimate authority over one's body, coupled with client and family education, creates empowered and healthy families.

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Healing Philosophy

The body is full of innate wisdom and is capable of miraculous healing. Sometimes though, it needs a gentle nudge in the right direction. Rather than turning to pharmaceuticals or surgical intervention, the first step should be looking to use natural means to support the body on it's healing journey. Physical therapy is a non-invasive practice that supports the body's innate healing capabilities to get you feeling and moving better. ​ Prevention and preparation are also key for healthy and successful journeys through pregnancy and postpartum. Birth does not have to be mysterious or frightening, nor should it be! Being equipped with the knowledge of what happens to the body during pregnancy and birth, and participating in targeted prevention and preparation activities, can help you to achieve the birth and recovery that you desire.

Meet the Owner

Dr. Sabrina Thorpe PT, DPT, PCES


"I am a graduate of the Carroll University class of 2016. I have been practicing in southeast Wisconsin since that time and I have a variety of experience in the physical therapy field. I am PCES certified (pregnancy and postpartum corrective exercise specialist) as well as a level one credentialed clinical instructor. I also have several years of pediatrics experience, particularly with infants and NICU graduates. I have developed a strong passion for serving women during the childbearing year and beyond. My goal is to make sure women feel supported and nurtured, as well as show them the strength that comes with motherhood. I also want to equip families with the tools they need to support the new life they’ve brought into the world and keep the whole family happy and healthy. As a mother myself, I have been in your shoes. I’ve been through the struggle of a child admitted to the NICU. I’ve had both vaginal and c-section deliveries and understand the unique challenges mothers face in the postpartum period regardless of their method of delivery. I am passionate about advocating for you and providing nurturing care so that you can be the best mother you can be during this time of change. In my personal life, I am a wife and a mom to three beautiful girls. In my free time, you will find me spending time with my husband and kids, walking my bernedoodle Obi, or reading a good book in the sun." ​ - Dr. Sabrina Thorpe PT, DPT, PCES ​

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