Dr. Chelsea Beyers

Dr. Chelsea Beyers


Doctor of Physical Therapy, Founder of TVPH

Dr. Chelsea Beyers embodies a lifelong passion for learning that ignited at a remarkably early age, when at just 3 years old, she eagerly requested homework. This insatiable curiosity has been the cornerstone of her remarkable journey, enabling her to acquire invaluable skills and propelling her relentless quest to uncover the root causes of her patients’ symptoms.

Chelsea’s devotion to pelvic floor health was sparked by a deeply personal experience. It was the news that her beloved Grandma might miss her wedding due to a debilitating pelvic health issue that first kindled this fire within her. As she embarked on her career in physical therapy, Chelsea discovered the profound impact pelvic health issues have on people’s lives with each patient she treated. Fueled by her unwavering determination to understand the “why” behind each case and fueled by her innate love for learning, she pursued extensive training through esteemed institutions such as the Herman & Wallace Institute and The Barral Institute, among other specialized pelvic health programs.

Chelsea’s approach is as intuitive as it is comprehensive. She has been drawn to the field of Energy Medicine, culminating in her completion of Usui and Holy Fire Reiki Master training. Her core belief revolves around the holistic well-being of every individual, encompassing mind, body, and soul. This philosophy underpins her every interaction with patients, empowering them to strive toward their unique goals.

Beyond her role as a healer, Dr. Chelsea takes pride in equipping her patients with the mindset and strategies required for success through carefully designed programs. With over a decade of experience, she offers steadfast guidance on your path to healing, helping you attain a life marked by comfort and freedom. Notably, she is a founding board member of the Idaho Association for Sexual Health Professionals, an organization on the cusp of final formation.

Dr. Chelsea is an Idaho native and an alumna of the University of Idaho. She furthered her education by earning her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Utah. Her journey in physical therapy began in Mississippi, where she initiated a groundbreaking pelvic health program at St. Dominic’s Memorial Hospital. Since her return to Idaho in 2013, Chelsea, along with her husband, has warmly welcomed three lively children, an exuberant dog, and an affectionate cat into their family fold. When not guiding individuals along their healing journeys, she can be found immersed in home renovation projects, exploring the world of watercolors, trekking through the great outdoors, camping with loved ones, indulging in moments of whimsy with her children, and winding down with a captivating book or movie.

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