I am very passionate about pelvic physical therapy! I love treating all conditions in pelvic rehabilitation and identify myself as a pelvic floor “nerd”. I have experience in treating pelvic pain conditions, pelvic floor dysfunction, incontinence, pregnancy/post-partum related conditions, post-surgical scarring, SI joint dysfunction, lumbopelvic instability, constipation, fascial mobilization for infertility and many other conditions in both men and women. I am fascinated with the complex interactions and puzzles that this area of physical therapy presents and am continually working to expand my skills and abilities with continuing education. I am a certified Pilates instructor and enjoy using that knowledge both in my own life and in my physical therapy practice to help patients achieve restored function and an optimal, productive lifestyle.
I graduated from the University of Utah with my Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) and completed an internship in pelvic rehabilitation in addition to my specialization coursework. I received my Bachelor’s degree at Utah State University in Human Movement Science with Honors where I also completed an undergraduate Honors thesis on the benefits of exercise during pregnancy.
Outside of work I absolutely love spending time with my incredible husband and adorable children, trying new recipes, being outdoors and spending time with friends and family.