As a physical therapist, I aspire to help people achieve their maximal level of function through a holistic and individualized treatment approach.
I am Board Certified through the American Physical Therapy Association as a Women’s and Pelvic Health Clinical Specialist. My advanced training in pelvic health aids in my treatment for those of all genders and ages who may experience pelvic pain, bowel/bladder dysfunction, and sexual health impairments. I provide pre and post surgical therapy for prostatectomy, hysterectomy, pelvic organ prolapse repair, and abdominal wall procedures. Additionally, I enjoy working with women during the pregnancy and postpartum time period as well as patients with various orthopedic conditions.
I am certified to perform dry needling, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization, and cupping, amongst other hands-on approaches. I address dysfunctional movement patterns through instruction in corrective exercise and strongly believe in addressing bio-psycho-social factors to maximize the recovery and wellbeing of my patients.
I am an adjunct professor for the Physical Therapy Department at my alma mater, Carroll University in Waukesha, WI. In 2020 I wrote, illustrated, and published a book called Between the Hips: A Practical Guide for Women to help women better advocate for their pelvic health needs. Outside of work, I enjoy cycling, competing in triathlons, fly-fishing, reading, and spending time with my family.