I am creative, curious and love to learn. I am passionate about physical therapy and consider it my calling. I love to achieve and push myself. I enjoyed exercise and athletics as a teen and young adult and naturally fell into an orthopedics and sports medicine clinic setting for the next 10 years after graduating from PT school. In 2006 I took professional coursework in Vestibular Rehabilitation- the evaluation and treatment of dizziness and imbalance and I was hooked. Since then, I have specialized as a balance therapist, using a blend of vestibular and orthopedic rehab. Vestibular therapy can provide rapid relief for those with vertigo and restore a patient's balance abilities allowing them to get back to their daily life, job, and recreational activities. This therapy has also been shown to play a significant role in the rehabilitation of concussions and has brought me back full circle, working with athletes and those who sustain a concussion.
Outside of the clinic, I enjoy spending time with my family and pets, following my children's athletic pursuits and have been known to knit in the stands at sporting events.
B.A. (Bachelor Of Arts) in Health Sciences- College of Saint Scholastica.
M.A. (Master Of Arts) in Physical Therapy- College of Saint Scholastica.