Stacey Roberts PT, MBA, MSN, RN

(Physical Therapist and Holistic Registered Nurse)

Since 1990 Stacey Roberts has specialized in outpatient orthopedics, sports medicine, pelvic health, and sexual health. Now as a registered nurse, she is able to combine her physical therapy expertise with a holistic approach and expand her practice at New You Health and Wellness with services dedicated to helping people look and feel better. 

Combining her knowledge of functional medicine, conventional medicine and complementary medicine with her musculoskeletal treatment expertise, Roberts emphasizes lifestyle changes complimented by advanced technology such as Softwave (a type of advanced true Shockwave therapy) in addition to her hands on treatment.  Over the years she has developed additional comprehensive treatment programs related to optimal eating plans to address inflammation, effective streamlined supplementation programs, and developing exercise and stress management programs to help thousands of women and men decrease or eliminate pain and achieve their health goals. She has written 3 hard copy books and 7 ebooks on women’s health and couples fertility. Ms Roberts has mentored over 100 medical professionals in her women’s health and couples fertility training program developed in 2016. 

From 2016- 2020 Ms Roberts has been an associate clinical professor at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee’s Physical Therapy doctoral program and is currently an instructor at Herman and Wallace, a renowned Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute.   In 2021,  New You Health and Wellness, a cash based clinic bringing her knowledge of wellness, hormone health and musculoskeletal health to treating patients with issues related to peri menopause, menopause, thyroid and adrenal issues, fertility issues, musculoskeletal pain, sexual health and pelvic health was born. 

In her free time 🙂 Stacey obtained an MBA in 2019 prior to a master’s of nursing and will complete complete a Nurse Practitioner certificate in 2024. 

Stacey has also appeared on World News Now in New York, was featured on Oprah, locally on TMJ4’s Morning Blend and on several news shows and radio stations in Australia.