Staff Profiles - Legacy Physical Therapy
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Meet The Legacy Physical Therapy Team

We help women who are tired of leaking, dealing with pelvic pain, and wanting to get their body back in shape after baby (even if it’s been 30 years) all without relying on medications or surgery.


Brooke Kalisiak

Owner of Legacy Physical Therapy

Brooke Kalisiak PT, DPT (she/her) is Saint Louis’s leading physical therapist who helps people overcome frustrating, confusing and embarrassing pelvic health issues. She is passionate about making sure people do not end up suffering with pelvic health symptoms for years, giving up activities they love, or undergoing unnecessary surgeries.

​She founded Legacy Physical Therapy because she was frustrated with the way women with pelvic health issues were being treated in our healthcare system. Too many people are being told that their pelvic symptoms (ie bladder leakage, pelvic pain, pain with sex, etc) are normal or that there is nothing that they can do except take medication, have surgery, or just live with it. This is far from the truth. Many pelvic health issues are COMMON but NOT NORMAL. It is Brooke’s mission to help people make the best decisions about their pelvic health while creating a positive healing experience.

Brooke has a Doctorate of Physical Therapy and a Master of Science in Physical Therapy from Washington University in Saint Louis. She is a wife and mother. In her free time she enjoys, hiking, mountain biking, taekwondo, reading, and checking out local restaurants.


Lauren Critchlow

Pelvic Physical Therapist

Lauren Critchlow PT, DPT, PRPC, WCS (she/her) manages patients with pelvic floor dysfunction with a special interest in pelvic pain and sexual dysfunction, urinary dysfunction, and healing the postpartum population. She is a board-certified Women’s Health clinical specialist and has earned her Pelvic Rehab Practitioner certification. Lauren takes a patient-centered approach and is passionate about developing a trusting relationship with each patient. It is important to her that each patient feels validated about their condition and empowered to return to a better quality of life. She feels strongly about education and has mentored students both in the clinic and in a teaching role as part of the curriculum at a local doctoral program.

Lauren graduated from Saint Louis University with a Bachelors degree in Exercise Science (’09) and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy (’11). While at SLU, she competed on the cross country and track team receiving division 1 all-conference titles. She received awards for academic performance and graduated with honors.

She has received extensive continuing education in manual therapy, dry needling, and other advanced techniques for managing pelvic pain.

She lives with her husband and two sons and enjoys running, hiking, yoga, Pilates, camping, reading and traveling.


Abby Holmes

Pelvic Physical Therapist

Abby Holmes PT, DPT (she/her) is a pelvic health physical therapist who treats female pelvic floor dysfunction and the pregnant and postpartum population. Abby completed her Doctorate of Physical Therapy and Bachelor’s of Science at the University of Evansville, in Indiana.

Abby enjoys working with women whose goal is to continue exercising during pregnancy and return to exercise postpartum. She believes all women should have the ability to move the way they want without fear of pelvic floor and abdominal issues getting in their way.

She specializes in treating diastasis recti, pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic pain postpartum, and urinary incontinence. Abby is passionate about pelvic physical therapy being an integral part of a woman’s postpartum journey, regardless of how far postpartum they are. She looks forward to making intentional relationships with her patients and helping them achieve their goals.

In her spare time, Abby loves working out, going for walks with her husband and miniature dachshund Leni, reading, and traveling!


Manali Andrus

Pelvic Physical Therapist

Manali Andrus PT, DPT (she/her) is a pelvic health physical therapist that treats women, men and pediatric pelvic floor dysfunction along with treating the pregnancy and post-partum population. She completed her Doctorate in Physical Therapy and undergraduate degree in Nursing at Augusta University.

She has completed a variety of course work to best treat the pelvic health population and is dry needle certified. She particularly enjoys treating pelvic pain conditions like endometriosis and interstitial cystitis.

She grew up in Georgia, moved to Arizona, and decided to split the difference between the two coasts to live here in Saint Louis! She lives with her husband and two dogs. She enjoys reading, is always on the hunt for the best Thai food and spends Saturdays cheering on the Georgia Bulldogs football team.

She believes all people could benefit from seeing a pelvic health physical therapist and hopes to empower each patient to take control of their own healing. She can’t want to meet you!

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Lauren Winely

Pelvic Physical Therapist

Lauren Winely, PT, DPT (she/her) is a pelvic health physical therapist who is passionate about a wholistic approach with her patients with clinical areas of interest including urinary incontinence, sexual pain and dysfunction, gender affirming care, and chronic pelvic pain. She is committed to helping her patients return to independence and confidence with everyday activities and increasing their quality of life without shame or fear.

She graduated from the University of Evansville with her Bachelors in Exercise and Sports Science (‘18) and Doctorate of Physical Therapy (‘20). Lauren is trained in dry needling and has completed a variety of course work to best treat dysfunctions of the pelvic floor.

She is originally from Indianapolis and has been living in Evansville, IN until her recent move to St. Louis in the summer of 2022. In her free time, you’ll find Lauren hiking, playing board games, gardening, cooking, sitting in a local coffee shop, or playing with her dog Rocky!


Rosie Vogt

Office Manager

Rosie (she/her) is an office manager with over 30 years of experience in the healthcare industry. In addition Rosie is a proud wife, mom, and omi (grandma). But perhaps her biggest passion outside of work is her Instagram page @mimosas_n_brunch. As an influencer she uses her platform to inspire her followers with her love for beauty, fashion and home decor.

Throughout her career, her focus has always been on providing the best possible care to patients and ensuring healthcare practitioners are successful by improving office efficiency without sacrificing patient care. She has a deep understanding of the importance of providing excellent customer service and works hard to ensure that all patients feel comfortable, valued and heard. Her extensive experience in healthcare has taught her that the little things matter, and she strives to create a warm and welcoming environment for patients and staff alike.

When she is not managing the office or creating content for her Instagram followers, she loves to dance, travel and read. She believes in living life to the fullest and enjoys exploring new cultures, trying new things and always meeting new friends.


Annie Jones

Client Care Specialist
Annie Jones (she/her) is a motivated individual with several years of customer experience she has found her niche, she loves to help however she can. She spends her time at home being a dog mom to her toy poodle Maddi and loves playing pickleball with friends.

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