“There’s no time to be bored in a world as beautiful as this.” My passion is adventure and seeking new experiences! I love the outdoors and exploring the beauty of the world. Pain, dysfunction, injury and poor movement patterns inhibit one’s ability to engage in daily tasks and seek to fulfill their hobbies.
As a Physical Therapist Assistant, I enjoy working with individuals to educate on movement patterns and symptom management to restore function and improve their quality of life. Education is vital to resolving dysfunction and preventing further injury or ailment. I want patients to feel they receive quality, one-on-one care and know I care about their condition, so they can live their best life!
I grew up in Peachtree City, Georgia, but moved out west for the past 15 years. I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Sports Science from Brigham Young University–Idaho and Associates of Science in Physical Therapy Assistant from PIMA Medical Institute in Denver, Colorado. I have worked as a Physical Therapist Assistant in the outpatient and home health setting in Oregon and Idaho.
I recently returned home to Peachtree City to join the ENT team! Skiing, boating, fishing, camping and archery are a few of my hobbies. In my spare time, I train for triathlons; I have completed two Ironman 70.3 and many other running and multisport events. My husband and two sons are always by my side; we love to explore and adventure together. Our family motto is: “Saturdays are for FUN!”