Iris Warchall, PT, DPT, she/her/hers, received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Southern California in 2013. Iris has a particular interest in the relationship between hip, lower back, and pelvic floor function. She joined Back to Life to help people with pain and functional limitations gain control of their symptoms and return to the activities they love.
In addition to specializing in the treatment of chronic pain and pelvic floor dysfunction, Iris also is passionate about providing neurodiversity-affirming care to neurodivergent adults, supporting people with hypermobility spectrum disorders including Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, and helping people overcome limitations associated with balance and vertigo problems and Parkinson’s disease. She has been an LSVT-BIG certified clinician providing amplitude-based movement therapy for people with Parkinson’s since 2015.
Outside of the clinic, Iris is active in neurodiversity advocacy in her community. She is the mother to a wonderful, energetic child who inspires her to continually be curious and expand her horizons.
“Iris was so wonderful to work with. During what was the most difficult and most emotional time in my life, she provided stability, encouragement, and hope. “
~ C.F., Registered Nurse