Denise received her Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology and Health Science in 2002. She went on to earn her Master’s in Physical Therapy in 2005 and is currently a doctoral candidate at Rocky Mountain University.
Denise is passionate about optimizing function to allow for a return to daily activities and sport pain-free. Denise’s clinical interests include orthopaedics, sports rehab/injuries, health promotion, and wellness. She has advanced training in the treatment of the spine using the McKenzie method of mechanical diagnosis and treatment (Cert MDT). She also obtained certification in dry needling (Cert. DN) and as a certified wellness coach (CWC). Additionally, she serves as Adjunct faculty for Maryville University in the Exercise Science Department.
In her spare time, Denise enjoys working out and spending time with her family at sporting events.