I believe that superior outcomes are achieved in rehabilitation through a combination of manual therapy techniques and specific therapeutic exercise to no only treat the acute injury, but to improve faulty movement patterns that may predispose an individual to future injury. I strive to empower my patients to leave rehabilitation with the knowledge and confidence to self manage their injury or condition with continued sport or recreation.


Why choose UCHealth?

Prior to working for UCHealth, I underwent 6 hip surgeries as a patient treatment for a variety of hip injuries/conditions. I was supported by the most amazing multidisciplinary health care team at UCHealth and am so honored to join the organization that did so much for me and my hip.

I am a Colorado native who grew up wit ha natural love of the mountains and all activities that go with it. When I am not in the clinic, you can find me hiking, camping, rock climbing, skiing, or in the yoga studio.


-Doctorate of Physical Therapy- University of Colorado

-Orthopedic Residency- University of Utah


Functional Dry Needling (Kinetacore Level 1)

Women’s Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy



Monday: 7am - 7pm
Tuesday: 7am - 7pm
Wednesday: 7am - 7pm
Thursday: 7am - 7pm
Friday: 7am - 7pm
Saturday: 7am - 12:30pm
Sunday: Closed

Qualifications and experience

Orthopedic Surgery
Universty of Denver (2010)

University of Denver (2012)

Doctor of Physical Therapy
University of Colorado (2016)

University of Utah (2017)

Clinical interest for patients

I have a special interest in Women’s Sports Medicine. I am most passionate about helping women maintain a healthy and active lifestyle through pregnancy and in the post-partum period. As a result, I have subspecialized in the treatment of complex spine, pelvic and hip disorders with consideration for pelvic floor dysfunction. I am also interested in running biomechanics with the use of instrumented video analysis to assist runners in recovery from injury and to promote longevity within the sport.