About The Doctors

Marie WoernerAbout Dr. Woerner

Marie Woerner PT, DPT, WCS, CLT graduated from the Texas Tech Health Science Center with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2008. After graduating she took the advice of many experienced mentors and practiced at a busy outpatient orthopedic clinic here in Fort Worth, TX. There she had the opportunity to treat  a variety of diagnosis from low back pain to turf toe. In addition to these diagnoses, many of her patients also included postoperative shoulders, knees, spine, and ankles, allowing her to develop her orthopedic manual skills and individualized practice style.

After several years treating orthopedic patients, Marie transitioned into Women’s and Men’s Health by completing an American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) approved residency. During her residency she had the opportunity to mentor with top clinicians in the North Texas area. Upon completion of her residency, Marie was offered a clinical faculty position with the  University of North Texas (UNT) Health Science Center and began to develop the Pelvic Health Program for the University. During her time at UNT she was able to grow a thriving practice, as well as obtain her Board Certification in Women’s Health, making her one of the only Board Certified Specialists recognized by the APTA in Tarrant County. She also developed a strong interest in Functional Dry Needling and obtained her certification through Kineticore, where she was able to  learn from many outstanding clinicians. Marie has a passion for helping others, spreading the word about pelvic health, and strives to provide exceptional care to all her patients.

Marie is happily married with 2 children who she loves to spend time with.

Career Highlights

  • Residency trained in Women’s Health
  • Board certified in pelvic health through American Physical Therapy Association.
  • Certified in Functional Dry Needling and lymphedema
  • Held a dual appointment at UNTHSC in department of PT and OBGYN.
  • Guest speaker for multiple organizations including Plaid for Women in Keller, Us TOO, Tarrant County Birth Network, and others.

Tonda Berry PT, DPTAbout Dr. Berry

Tonda Berry PT, DPT received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from The University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth.  Before beginning her career as a physical therapist, Tonda earned a Business Management degree from Dallas Baptist University and worked in a the Human Resources field at a small local business. 

Tonda has worked in an outpatient clinic that treats orthopedic , post-surgery, geriatric and neurological populations.  She also has experience with working in the hospital acute care setting.  She has had training in and uses different treatment techniques such as Strain/Counter Strain, Functional Dry Needling and Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment.

While in school she found her passion for pelvic floor health and rehab.  She went through a specialized internship with one of the top Women’s Health Certified Specialist in the Fort Worth area.  She continues to attend pelvic floor health training courses in order to stay up to date with new research and evidenced based practice techniques.

Memberships and Organizations:

  • American Physical Therapy Associate
  • Section on Women’s Health
  • Internal Pelvic Pain Society

Dr Allison Ball, PT, DPTAbout Dr. Ball

Allison Ball PT, DPT earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Hardin Simmons University in Abilene, Texas after completing her bachelor’s degree in Health Science Studies, minoring in Child and Family Studies, from Baylor University.  She received the Graduate Dean’s Award of Excellence, given to only 2 graduate students from all programs graduating at Hardin Simmons, and was president of her Doctor of Physical Therapy class.

Allison completed specialized, clinical rotations in pelvic floor and developmental pediatric physical therapy and also has experience treating general orthopedic and neurological populations. She has additional training in Functional Dry Needling, functional soft tissue mobilization, and Kinesio Taping.

During her time in school, she developed her passion for treating individuals with pelvic floor dysfunction. She enjoys taking continuing education classes focusing on pediatric pelvic floor dysfunction, pelvic pain, pregnancy/postpartum care, and colorectal/GI dysfunction.

Memberships and Organizations:

  • American Physical Therapy Association
  • Texas Physical Therapy Association
  • Section on Women’s Health
  • Section on Pediatrics