Dr. Brooke Baker, PT, DPT
Brooke graduated with her Bachelors of Exercise and Sports Science with a concentration in pre-physical therapy from Texas State University in which she graduated summa cum laude. She received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from UT Health San Antonio in which she also graduated summa cum laude and with the Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence.
Brooke has always had a passion for treating various pelvic floor diagnoses, but it wasn’t until she was pregnant with her son that she decided to specialize sooner than expected. Brooke initially began her physical therapy career in acute care (hospitalized patients), helping patients with safe discharge planning, fall prevention/risk assessment, and strength/balance training. Her dream is to one day assist hospitals in developing pelvic health programs for their labor and delivery departments.
Brooke has interest in treating all genders for stress incontinence, urge incontinence, urinary urgency/frequency, colorectal conditions, fecal incontinence, constipation, pelvic pain, sexual dysfunction, pregnancy, postpartum, and prolapse.
Brooke is passionate about increasing public awareness and knowledge of the impact that pelvic floor dysfunction has on the general population in hopes of improving patient access and care. Brooke is committed to being an advocate for her patients in striving to empower them in their bodies.
Brooke lives in Canyon Lake with her husband, son, and corgi.