“I love being a part of patient’s process in recovering from an injury. Hearing them tell me that they are again able to do the things they love to do without pain or fear of re-injury is very rewarding. We use our upper extremity so effortlessly and second natured, it can be devastating to be unable to do every day jobs due to injury, that were once automatic movements. Seeing patients gain range of motion and strength each session means they are even closer to resuming normal or even better daily life.”
Interests: Being a mom, mountain biking, hiking, hunting, backpacking, painting, music events.
Education: Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy, Belmont University, Nashville, Tennessee (2012); Associates of Applied Science, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Anoka, Minnesota (2006).
Continuing Education: The Shoulder Complex, The Fundamentals of Therapeutic and Kinesiology taping, Shoulder Disorders and Manual Techniques, Sensory Integration and Regulation Techniques, Teton Hand and Upper Extremity Conference: Hand Summit 2017