I believe in treating the whole individual rather than just an injury or condition.  I enjoy getting to know my patients and getting them back to their highest level of activity — whether it be returning to sports or everyday life.

Why UCHealth?

We prioritize the patient and patient care first.


COMT – Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist, 2012 through Maitland Australian Physiotherapy Seminars

OCS – Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist

Functional Dry Needling Certified (Level 1 Kinetacore) – June 2017

About Me:

Originally from New York, I moved to Colorado for the great weather and the mountains.  I enjoy running, swimming, snowboarding and hiking with my family and dog.



Qualifications and experience

Rehabilitation Therapy - Physical Therapy
Languages spoken
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Seton Hall University (2009)

Bachelor of Science
Seton Hall University (2006)

Clinical interest for patients

Spine injuries (both non-operative and post-operative), I enjoy treating all types of orthopedic and sports injuries.

Research interest for patients

I've had my research on postural sway and balance published in the Journal of Women's Health Physical Therapy.  Currently, I also work as a freelance medical writer.  I review research to create continuing education courses and summarized reviews for physical therapist and occupational therapist.  Now that we have become part of the UCHealth system, I look forward to the opportunity to participate with research on injury risk and prevention.

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