I received my bachelors degree in psychology from Stanford University and went on to complete my Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from Boston University in 1994. Additional certifications in massage therapy and Yoga instruction compliment my physical therapy practice.
For 20+ years I have been working in outpatient orthopedic settings where I see a wide range of ages and injuries. Whether you suffer from tendonitis of the shoulder that keeps you out of the pool or off the field; lateral epicondylitis that makes holding a racket or rock climbing painful, or Achilles pain that inhibits your trail running and hiking, I can help. If you are trying to manage an acute or chronic spinal problem my thorough assessment, gentle mobilizations, movement retraining and individualized core strengthening program will improve your functional mobility and decrease your pain.
In each session I spend an hour of one on one care where we get to the root of the problem and seek a permanent solution. As a perpetual and passionate student, I continue to take classes, read and synthesize this information into a collaborative holistic treatment approach. Our sessions will instill in you a deeper body awareness which will guide and inform your healing process. I believe strongly in empowering, inspiring and educating you to develop a deeper understanding about your body. It is my goal that with this knowledge and my help, you can continue to live a vibrant and active life.
Outside of work my 3 girls keep me busy and running trails with my dog, swimming with Boulder Aquatic Masters team, cycling and skate skiing keep me sane!