I was born and raised in Wyoming and have had the opportunity to live on both sides of the Continental Divide. I currently live in Pinedale and love the small-town atmosphere and sense of community there. I love the outdoors in any season, I hunt, fish, and enjoy mountain biking, hiking, and skiing. I have two sons and one dog, never a dull moment to be had at our house!
I graduated from PT school in 1995 from the University of North Dakota at Grand Forks with a master’s degree. Starting my career in sports acceleration and working with collegiate athletes and quickly returning to my roots and rodeo athletes. I worked with the Justin Healers following the PRCA circuit and smaller ranch rodeos, while working in outpatient clinics in Casper and Lander. I have taken many courses over the years, always striving to learn more and bring good care to the people around me. Throughout my career, I have been able to be part of a great team helping athletes, workers, recreators, and the elderly return to activities they love, jobs they need, and preserve life in their own home. That is what it’s all about!
- BS in Physical Therapy from UND, Grand Forks, ND 1994
- Master in Physical Therapy UND, Grand Forks, ND 1995
- WY Physical Therapy licensure
I have taken numerous courses in manual therapy including courses for headaches, neck and back pain using myofascial release and dry needling as well as many other techniques. Other courses included orthopedics and athlete assessment promoting functional activities and strength.
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