I began my academic career at Point Loma Nazarene University where I received a Bachelor of Arts in exercise science. During this time, I was referred to Physical Therapy which is where I developed an interest in the field, specifically pelvic health.
I went on to receive a Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Chapman University in pursuit to carry out my passion for helping those with pelvic floor dysfunction. I completed an internship at the Hoag Pelvic Health Program and regularly take pelvic health courses to further expand my knowledge in the field.
My goal is to provide the best, most up-to-date care suited to help reach your goals and reduce your pain so you can get back to thriving and not just surviving. I enjoy working with both men and women with all pelvic floor dysfunction including pelvic pain, pain with intercourse, bladder, bowel, and sexual dysfunction along with the pregnant and postpartum population. During my free time, I enjoy playing with my overly sized chocolate lab, cooking new dishes and taking Pilates classes.