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Alaina Vince

Professional Designation: PT, DPT, PCES

Specialities: Physical Therapist

About these Clinics/Practices

I am a physical therapist specializing in pelvic health and joint hypermobility, and have hypermobility and dysautonomias myself. I have worked with numerous patients and clients with EDS/HSD/POTS/MCAS and chronic pain, and am systematic with how I address pain and the body. I am a firm believer that even with connective tissue issues and dysautonomias, a person can build up effective strength, decrease their symptoms, and participate in activities they are interested in.

My passion with working with people with joint hypermobility and dysautonomias grew in 2022, when I created the Strong and Bendy exercise program and Oxbow Health & Wellness. This began as a few videos of exercises for clients who did not like reading my paper handouts, and wanted to follow along in real time with my cues, then grew to over 60 videos! This program address core strength, as well as the rest of the body, to improve joint stability and strength. These exercises are spinal neutral, have minimal position changes for those with dysautonomia, and are very gradual to avoid pain flares. They include exercises I do myself to keep pain at bay, and have been used successfully by a number of people I have worked with.

For more one-on-one consultations, I am able to do in-home or online evaluations via my physical therapy practice, Great Lakes Pelvic Rehab. I am an out-of-network provider, so do not take insurance, but keep my costs well below the market value so that services are accessible to those who need them. Feel free to send me an email with any questions you may have, or how we can best work together to address your symptoms!

Practice/Clinic Information

Oxbow Health and Wellness, LLC
Online Only
MI - Michigan
United States


Practice/Clinic Information

Great Lakes Pelvic Rehab, PLLC
Online, or at Your Own Home
MI - Michigan
United States



Qualification Type: Professional Qualification

School Name: Grand Valley State University

Degree: Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)

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