Louise Webb
Physical Therapist

  • Louise was raised in Birmingham and attended Oak Mountain High School, where she participated in cross country, basketball, and softball. She was selected for the Alabama All-Star Softball Game in 2008 during her junior year and was a Bryant-Jordan Scholar-Athlete Regional Scholarship recipient.

  • She pursued her passion for softball by attending Appalachian State University on an athletic scholarship and pitched for the Mountaineers for two years. Following her time at Appalachian State, Louise transferred to Auburn University where she graduated with a psychology degree in 2013.

  • She graduated from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 2016 with her doctorate of physical therapy (DPT). While obtaining her degree, Louise was active with Equal Access Birmingham, a student led pro bono medical clinic for the uninsured, where she was co-director for the physical therapy department in 2015.

  • Since joining Agile Physical Therapy in March 2018, Louise has focused her training on Pilates through Balanced Body University taking Reformer 1 and 2.  She has also pursued a focus on manual techniques through the Institute of Physical Art specifically proprioception neuro-muscular facilitation.

  • She has been active with softball programs in the Birmingham area, including Calera Middle School and the Mountain Brook recreational league, providing services as a coach and educating players about injury prevention. 

  • Louise lives in Vestavia with her husband, Spencer, and dogs, Crosby and Marlowe. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, boutique shopping, local dining, community service, and watching Auburn football.