I believe in encouraging patients to become active participants in their plan of care, while navigating physical changes throughout their lives. One of the greatest gifts of my job is exploring with patients their capacity for adapting to change and developing resilience.
I have a background in improvisational dance and yoga, and I am passionate about cultivating curiosity, promoting a deeper connection between mind and body, and inspiring patients to rediscover joy through movement.
I graduated from Regis University in 2019 with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. I then completed an Orthopedic Clinical Residency in 2020 through Park Nicollet and Evidence in Motion, with a focus on evidence-based practice, clinical reasoning and manual therapy interventions. In addition, I have pursued specialized training in Pelvic Health with a strong interest in providing pelvic floor rehabilitation for the prenatal and postpartum populations as well as for women across their lifespan. I feel privileged and humbled by the opportunity to educate these patients about their capacity to improve function and quality of life.
I live with my husband and our rescue dog, Ruby. We enjoy spending time outdoors hiking, biking, canoeing, cross country skiing and gardening. We also appreciate cooking and playing music together, and planning our next travel adventure.