I believe in treating the whole person, not just the problem. I value getting to know mu patient’s interest, hobbies, and lifestyle and truly understanding how that may impact their recovery. I do my best to individualize each of my patient’s home programs to fit into their schedule and while maximizing their gains. I believe it is important to combine both manual therapy techniques (soft tissue mobilization, join mobilization, trigger point dry needling) and therapeutic exercise to recovery as quickly as possible.
Fantastic staff, fun environment, access to top of the line equipment
Functional Dry Needling through KinetaCore
As a Wisconsin native, I do my best to take advantage of all the outdoor activities Colorado has to offer! When I am not in the clinic, you may find me skiing, hiking, camping, biking, or spending time with my dog. I love taking road trips with friends to explore new places in this great state and our neighboring states. Being an active person myself, I have had my fair share of injuries and I look forward to helping you through yours!
Qualifications and experience
- Rehabilitation Therapy - Physical Therapy
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Marquette University (2008)
Bachelor of Science
Marquette University (2006)
- Clinical interest for patients
Participates in special interest groups for the knee and hip, with both Steadman Hawkins surgeons, UC Health physical therapists and UC Health sports performance coaches to keep up to date on research and maximize clinical care and outcome.
- Research interest for patients
Not currently involved in any research studies, but I’m always reading others!
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