After graduating from the University of North Florida in 2012 with my Doctorate of Physical Therapy, I moved to the beautiful state of Washington and have been working in outpatient orthopedic clinics ever since.

Since completing the ConnectTherapy™ series in 2018, I was drawn to Innova to work with professionals that share this advanced training. Innova’s unique treatment model utilizes a holistic framework when assessing and treating a person. It considers the connections between the different regions and systems of the body, as well as the social and psychological influences that impact our experience of our body and movement patterns.

I enjoy treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions and hold extensive training in the treatment of women’s health issues, including visceral mobilization. For more information on my speciality, click here.

I believe treatments should be patient-centered, using a blend of manual therapy and functional movement training. I am a certified STOTT Pilates instructor and have a considerable repertoire of exercises learned through this. My emphasis on manual therapy is advanced by my work towards certification through NAIOMT. Most importantly, my aim is to get patients to their desired goals and will tailor our sessions to facilitate this.

My interests outside of helping patients achieve their goals include traveling, hiking, running, snowboarding, and cooking. I also have a background in dance and swimming.