PT, DPT, CPI
Cossette was raised in UT, enjoying the beauty of the Wasatch Front. At a young age, her love of movement and the human body resulted in embarrassing homemade workout videos, as well as plentiful time recreating outside. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Montana, and made her way to Jackson. She returned to Utah to complete her physical therapy education at the University of Utah. While in Salt Lake, she gained broad clinical experience in orthopedics, pediatrics, acute oncology, and pelvic health. During her last year of graduate school, Cossette completed extensive Pilates training to compliment her education. Cossette is excited for the opportunity to return to Jackson and help her patients reach their goals.
When not in the clinic, Cossette can be found enjoying artisan coffee, mountain biking, trail running, rock climbing, and snowboarding with her husband and dog.
She specializes orthopedics as well as in pelvic health physical therapy for men, women and children who suffer with any of the following: urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence, abdominal / pelvic pain, pelvic organ prolapse, bed wetting and more. She enjoys working with the prenatal and post partum moms in our valley to help them maintain their lifestyle and exercise and athletic goals.
- BS: Health and Human Performance- University of Montana, Missoula, MT- May 2013
- Doctor of Physical Therapy- University of Utah, SLC, UT- May 2019
- Polestar Comprehensive Rehabilitative Pilates Practitioner
- SFMA Level 1
- Trigger Point Dry Needling, Level 1, Kinetacore
- WY Physical Therapy License
Cossette has completed continuing education in manual therapy, spinal manipulation, therapeutic Pilates, SFMA Functional Movement Systems, Prenatal and Postpartum musculoskeletal dysfunction and for pelvic health for men, women and children. Cossette loves learning new concepts and techniques to share with her patients. She is passionate about helping people with pelvic floor dysfunction to achieve their best, as well as people suffering with orthopedic injuries help them reach their goals no matter how big or small.
- American Physical Therapy Association
- APTA women’s health section
- APTA orthopedic section