- DPT: Texas State University, San Marcos, TX, 2020
- BS: Health Science Studies, Baylor University, Waco, TX, 2017
- Clinical Fellowship: Enrolling for the January, 2021, cohort with the Institute for Athlete Regeneration to pursue my Fellowship in Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy
- Member: American Physical Therapy Association
- Licensure: State of Texas
- Location: Brodie Lane
HOW DID YOU DISCOVER THE BENEFITS OF PHYSICAL THERAPY?
I was first introduced to physical therapy in high school after a soccer injury, which resulted in knee surgery, that included months of rehabilitation. This is where my interest for the human body, and all that it is capable of, began. It was from that point where I realized physical therapy combined my passions for the body and helping people return to their favorite activities. I love meeting new people, learning about their journey, and helping them live a pain-free and functional lifestyle.
WHAT KIND OF EDUCATION DID YOU ATTAIN TO BECOME A PHYSICAL THERAPIST?
My education began at Baylor University, where majored in Kinesiology, and obtained my Bachelor of Science. I was a member of the Student Physical Therapy Association at Baylor, and volunteered in various physical therapy clinics, throughout my time in Waco. I then pursued my physical therapy education at Texas State University, where I earned my Doctorate in Physical Therapy, in May of 2020. In January 2021, I will begin my fellowship training with the Institute for Athlete Regeneration to pursue my specialization in Orthopedic Manual Therapy.
WHAT DO YOU LIKE TO DO IN YOUR FREE TIME?
In my free time, I love hanging out with my two golden retrievers, cheering on my Baylor Bears, hiking, and playing soccer.