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WHY SUMMIT REHABILITATION?

Summit Rehabilitation centers were founded on the idea that all patients should receive the highest quality physical and hand therapy with the best possible outcomes.

  • CONVENIENT LOCATIONS

    We offer 5 convenient locations to serve you, all with appointment times that work best for your schedule.

  • Commitment to Quality

    Clinical expertise and outstanding customer service are the hallmarks of our facility. Each patient will receive individualized quality hands-on care and appropriately designed treatment programs delivered with integrity and professionalism.

  • ABOUT YOUR VISIT

    At Summit Rehabilitation, we are committed to making your experience as comfortable as possible.

  • EXPERIENCED, FRIENDLY STAFF

    As our patient you will receive the highest quality of hands-on care provided by skilled physical therapists that utilize an evidence-based approach.

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Our Services

Our mission is to assure that all patients receive the highest quality therapy in order to achieve the best possible outcome.

Aquatic Therapy

Ergonomic Assessments

Functional Capacity Evaluations

Hand Therapy

Orthopedic Manual Therapy

Orthopedic Rehabilitation

Pediatric Orthopedic Physical Therapy

Spine Rehabilitation

Sports Rehabilitation

Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMD) – Jaw Pain

Vestibular Rehabilitation

Work Injury Rehabilitation

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Lake Stevens

Hours:
Monday – Friday 7:00 am – 7:00 pm

Services

  • Physical Therapy Services
  • Hand Therapy
  • Spine Rehabilitation
  • Sports Medicine
  • Balance Rehabilitation
 

  • Vestibular rehabilitation
  • Custom Orthotic Fabrication & Gait Analysis
  • Work Injury Management
  • TMJ Treatment

Dave Wheeler, MPT, COMT, OCS, CEAS, CCI, Clinic Director

Dave has been practicing Physical Therapy since 1998 in orthopedic settings and has been the Clinic Director of the Summit Rehabilitation in Lake Stevens since 2008. After getting his undergraduate degree from Washington State University, he went on to earn his Master of Physical Therapy degree from Idaho State University in 1998. Dave has advanced his education and is recognized as a Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist, Orthopedic Clinical Specialist, and Certified Ergonomics Assessment Specialist. He is also a Credentialed Clinical Instructor, accepting PT and PTA students from around the country. Dave uses a philosophy that includes the combination of manual therapies and exercise to provide individualized treatment plans for every patient. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his daughter and in the outdoors.

Bob Fankhauser, PT, M.Ed, COMT

Bob has been practicing for 40 years as a Physical Therapist in an outpatient orthopedic setting. He graduated from Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles, CA and has an Advanced Certification in Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy and a Master’s Degree in Education. He has a special interest in the foot and ankle as well as the shoulder and knee. As a former teacher and coach, Bob has a long history of working with middle and high school athletes. He enjoys sports, skiing, traveling and enjoys spending time with his 7 grandchildren.

Kelly Frick, PT

Kelly has been practicing Physical Therapy since 1994 in outpatient orthopedic settings. She graduated from University of Southern California with her Master’s in Physical Therapy. Kelly has studied manual therapy and specializes in treating vertigo patients. She enjoys working with all populations and is an advocate for patient education, physical fitness, and healthy eating. She is an avid hiker, skier and has just started yoga. Kelly thrives on the relationships she makes with her patients as she guides them through the healing process.

Jenny Fronsman, PTA

Jenny has been practicing physical therapy in an outpatient orthopedic setting at Summit Rehabilitation in Lake Stevens since 2010. She graduated from Trinity Western University in B.C. with a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology in 2008 and went on to obtain her Physical Therapist Assistant degree at Olympic College on the Kitsap Peninsula. Jenny enjoys working with all demographics and is committed to building a rapport with each patient while tailoring an individual program that fits each person’s specific needs utilizing evidence based treatment. In her spare time, Jenny enjoys spending time with family and friends, leading Young Life in Lake Stevens, hiking, travelling, yoga, running, reading and snowboarding.

Travis Beniak, DPT

Travis is originally from the Rochester, MN area. He did his undergraduate work in Sioux Falls, SD at Augustana College where he majored in Biology and Psychology. While at Augustana Travis also participated in Cross Country and Track & Field where he was a five time All-American and was part of a National Championship relay team. He then obtained his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Jamestown in Fargo, ND. Travis practiced in Northern Minnesota for a year before moving to Washington and joining Summit Rehabilitation. He enjoys working with all populations and conditions, but is extra passionate about treating runners and running related injuries. Travis enjoys running, hiking, playing music, watching sports and adventure in general. His favorite past time is just spending time with his wife and dogs.

Teagan Norton, DPT

Teagan is originally from Spokane, WA and obtained her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Eastern Washington University. She has a background as a gymnastics coach for both children and high school girls. Teagan’s passion is in working with youth, but she enjoys working with patients of all ages. She strives to provide quality care and patient education to all of her patients. She works with each patient to set goals and help them return to doing the things they love. In her spare time, Teagan enjoys reading, being outdoors, and spending time with her family and friends.

Kevin Graham, PT, COMT

Kevin has been practicing physical therapy since graduating from the University of Montana with a B.S. degree in 1988. He went on to study and advance his manual therapy skills through the CMT, NAIOMPT and the IMPACT systems. He earned a COMT (Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist) designation in 2015. He has worked for Summit Rehabilitation since its start in 2000. Kevin lives in Lake Stevens where he enjoys working locally and serving his community. He thinks of himself as a generalist who enjoys the variety of ages and conditions of the patients he treats at Summit. His philosophy values exercise and the notion that it is possible to be “fit for life.” He enjoys outdoor activities celebrated with friends, his wife and 3 children.

Radhika Brady, PTA

Radhika has been a Physical Therapist Assistant since 2012. She grew up in Mountlake Terrace and graduated from Pima Medical Institute. Radhika enjoys helping people get back to their lives before injury. She is very hands-on, taking the time to listen to each patient’s individual concerns. Radhika is very busy at home with 2 kids, a dog, and a husband to take care of, but in her spare time loves to read and watch movies with her family.

Marc Root, PTA

Marc Root received his Physical Therapist Assistant training at PIMA medical institute graduating in 2011 and began working at our Cascade Rehabilitation Broadway location later that year. After several years he moved into a float position working at all 10 of our Summit and Cascade Rehabilitation clinics. He enjoys helping all types of patients and giving an outsider perspective to the treatment approach. Marc has a daughter and a fiancé and two dogs that he loves to spend time with. In his spare time, he enjoys camping, hunting, fishing and coaching youth baseball. If you see Marc in a clinic you will see him sporting some sort of Seattle Mariners gear and talking about the team during the season and off-season.

Lake Stevens – Hand Therapy

Hours:
Tuesday 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Wednesday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Thursday 7:00 am – 12:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm

Services

  • Hand Therapy Services
  • Custom Splints & Orthotics
  • Post-Surgery/Operative Rehabilitation
 

  • Work Injury Management
  • Repetitive strain injuries

Craig Jordan, MS, OTR/L, CHT, Director of Hand Therapy

Craig is our Director of Hand Therapy and has been working as a hand therapist since his graduation from The University of New England in 2003. Craig graduated with his Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy and then continued his education to receive the distinction of Certified Hand Therapist. Craig continues to develop as a hand therapist with continuing education courses in the area of current upper extremity evidence based best practices. Craig prides himself on his custom fabricated splints using both traditional thermoplastic splinting and functional rigidity casting (FRC). Craig is also an active member of American Society of Hand Therapist’s (ASHT), Hand Therapy Certification Commission (HTCC), National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT), and the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA). When Craig is not at work he enjoys multiday bikepacking adventures and biking and racing with his local cycling team. Craig is married to his college sweetheart and they have two children.

Brittany Cornell, COTA/L

Graduating from Lake Washington Institute of Technology with an Occupational Therapy Assistant AAS-T in 2013, Brittany’s initial exposure to hand therapy was through her clinical rotations and sparked her interest in what developed into her current specialization. She considers the complexities of the hand both academically fascinating and clinically rewarding by therapeutic applications. Developing objective based goals and providing tangible results for her patients keeps Brittany engaged in what she considers to be most relevant for her patient’s well-being. Regarding future professional aspirations, Brittany plans to apply for a bridge program to obtain her Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family.

Marysville

Hours:
Monday, Wednesday 7:00 am- 7:00 pm
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 7:00 am- 6:00 pm

Services

  • Physical Therapy Services
  • Hand Therapy
  • Custom Hand Splints & Orthotics
  • Spine Rehabilitation
  • Sports Medicine
 

  • Balance Rehabilitation
  • Vestibular rehabilitation
  • Work Injury Management
  • TMJ Treatment

Tom Dahl, PT, Clinic Director

Why I’m a Physical Therapist: Being a physical therapist fits my personality very well. To take brokenness and create wholeness is a passion of mine! Compassion is the key, and this is the cornerstone of who and why I am a physical therapist.

Continuing Education Commitment: My continuing education goal is to be able to offer the best quality efficacious treatments for my patients. My continuing education is centered on orthopedic outpatient rehabilitation that includes changes that occur as people age. By increasing my professional skills arsenal through education, I will be able to better affect positive physical and emotional changes for my patients.

Personal Interests: Faith, Family, and Friends! I enjoy biking, weightlifting, singing, traveling, writing, and trying to become the best version of myself.

Educational Background: Health Fitness, BA, Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minnesota 1984 Physical Therapy, BS, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1997

Kit Blue, PT

Why I’m a Physical Therapist: I became a Physical therapist because I believe everyone has potential and I enjoy helping people reach that potential. I have also appreciated the added bonus of the opportunity to develop relationships with my patients as their therapist.

Continuing Education Commitment: One of the truly great things about the Physical Therapy profession is the never-ending growth of knowledge. I have seen significant changes in the past 37 years and have had the opportunity to spend several thousand hours learning from some of the best in our profession to enhance my skills to the benefit of my patients. Some of those skills include manual therapy, functional training, and vestibular rehabilitation. I have a firm belief that you never stop learning.

Personal Interests: In my spare time, now that my four daughters are grown, I enjoy sailing, fly fishing, hiking, gardening, rowing and spending time with my grandchildren and grown children.

Educational Background: Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Montana (Go Griz) in Athletic Training and pre-Physical Therapy and a Certificate in Physical Therapy from Northwestern University, 1976

Craig Christian, PT COMT

Why did you become a Physical Therapist?
Leading people from fear, frustration, and disability to ability and confidence is very rewarding.

Continuing Education Commitment: Multiple myofascial and musculoskeletal courses taken over the last 30 years. Currently in the IMPACT program for certification in manipulative therapy.

Personal Interests: Camping, kayaking, fishing, hiking, skiing, and good music are great, but my greatest joy is grandchildren, present and future.

Educational Background: AAS Degree in Medical Radiologic Technology from Oregon Institute of Technology, 1977; BSPT from the University of Washington, 1984; Many CE courses with emphasis on Orthopedics.

Craig Jordan, MS, OTR/L, CHT

Craig is our Director of Hand Therapy and has been working as a hand therapist since his graduation from The University of New England in 2003. Craig graduated with his Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy and then continued his education to receive the distinction of Certified Hand Therapist. Craig continues to develop as a hand therapist with continuing education courses in the area of current upper extremity evidence based best practices. Craig prides himself on his custom fabricated splints using both traditional thermoplastic splinting and functional rigidity casting (FRC). Craig is also an active member of American Society of Hand Therapist’s (ASHT), Hand Therapy Certification Commission (HTCC), National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT), and the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA). When Craig is not at work he enjoys multiday bikepacking adventures and biking and racing with his local cycling team. Craig is married to his college sweetheart and they have two children.

Kayla Wartinger, PT, DPT

Kayla graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Psychology at the University of Washington in 2012, and went on to receive her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Washington in 2015. Since then, she has been working as a physical therapist in the outpatient orthopedic setting. She is currently pursuing her Orthopedic Manual Therapist certification, and is interested in later becoming an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist. In her free time, Kayla enjoys hiking with her husband and Australian Shepherd, going snowboarding, playing soccer, and watching her Seahawks win.

Mill Creek

Hours:
Monday – Friday 7:00 am – 6:30 pm

Services

  • Physical Therapy Services
  • Lymphedema Therapy
  • Women’s Health
  • Spine Rehabilitation
  • Sports Medicine
 

  • Balance Rehabilitation
  • Vestibular rehabilitation
  • Work Injury Management
  • TMJ Treatment

Maggie Strazzo, PT, CLT, COMT

Why I’m a Physical Therapist: I enjoy working with people to achieve their goals of improving their mobility and their quality of life. I like to work with patients of different ages as partners in attaining their health care objectives.

Continuing Education Commitment: I have taken over 75 continuing education courses. I am certified as NDT therapist (neurodevelopmental training) and I have a certification in lymphedema. At present I am in the process of studying for an orthopedic certification which year and a half process. I have also studied and practiced yoga and I have integrated yoga as an adjunct to patients’ exercise programs. I am also involved in attending rounds at the Providence Cancer Care partnership and work with a number of patients who have musculoskeletal and or lymphatic issues as a result of their diagnosis and or surgical or radiation procedures.

Personal Interests: Yoga, gardening, travelling, skydiving

Educational Background: University of Connecticut in 1978

Mary Alice Duhme, PT COMT

Why I’m a Physical Therapist: Physical Therapy is an amazing career. After 35 years, I still love what I do. I am able to work with patients daily to recover from injury or illness and improve their quality of life. I love building relationships with my patients and helping them progress to better strength, better posture, improved balance and return to the activities they enjoy.

Continuing Education Commitment: I have recently focused my continuing education on Women’s Health/Pelvic Floor dysfunction through the Herman and Wallace Institute. I have also taken courses in Vestibular Rehabilitation to treat dizziness and balance issues. I am presently increasing my manual therapy skills with the IMPACT Program.

Personal Interests: I have been a student of yoga for almost 20 years, which I believe has contributed to my Physical Therapy practice. Living in the Northwest, I love anything that gets me outside-hiking, biking, skiing or tending to my garden. And on a rainy day, I can often be found at a movie.

Educational Background: I received a degree in Biology from the University of California at San Diego, and my Physical Therapy degree from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.

Stella H In, DPT

Why I am a Physical Therapist: I was exposed to physical therapy for the first time when I began taking my grandmother to her physical therapy appointments after hip replacement surgery. I was amazed that there was a profession that was focused on treating patients based on the knowledge of how the human body functioned without resorting to surgery or pharmaceuticals. I feel that sharing that knowledge with patients so they are able to actively manage their own rehabilitation is an important aspect of improving quality of life. Having had negative health care experiences, I did not want my patients to feel that they were passive consumers being told what to do, but active participants in their own health management.

Continuing Education Commitment: I am interested in continuing to improve my knowledge of human anatomy and physiology and how the organ systems interact with and influence the musculoskeletal system, so I am currently working my way through the Barral Institute’s Visceral Manipulation coursework.

Personal Interests: I am an avid reader of sci-fi/fantasy books. I also enjoy traveling, camping, eating good food, trying new restaurants, and drinking good wine.

Educational Background:

Snohomish

Hours:
Monday – Friday 7:00 am – 6:00 pm

Services

  • Physical Therapy Services
  • Spine Rehabilitation
  • Sports Medicine
  • Balance Rehabilitation
 

  • Vestibular rehabilitation
  • Work Injury Management
  • TMJ Treatment

Lindsey Knox, DPT, COMT

Why I’m a Physical Therapist: I became a physical therapist because of the unique relationship I am able to build with each patient throughout his or her rehabilitation. I enjoy not only being a physical therapist to help improve patients’ physical condition but also to gain a good rapport and trust.

Continuing Education Commitment: I am committed to continuing my education and growing as a physical therapist. After completing a two-year program that specialized in manual therapy, I received my COMT, certified orthopedic manual therapist. I have also taken numerous courses involving Kinesio Tape, which allowed me to become a certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner.

Personal Interests: In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family and staying physically active with yoga and hiking.

Educational Background: I have received a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Shenandoah University, a private college in Virginia and also hold a B.S. in Biology from the University of Idaho where I was a Division I scholarship athlete. I am currently enrolled in Seattle Pacific University’s MBA program and will complete this degree over the next few years.

Tim Peterson, PT

Why I am a Physical Therapist: When volunteering at a local hospital by chance I was placed in the Physical Therapy department. I immediately found that I enjoyed helping people solve their physical problems. The opportunity to continue to educate and help my patients have a better quality of life is the reason I have continued in this profession for the past thirty five years.

Continuing Education Commitment: I’m committed to the process of continually being open to learn new techniques and skills through attending conferences and seminars, but also from other Physical Therapists and doctors. I also feel that part of my commitment to education is to be available to help teach and mentor other Physical Therapists or assistants with less experience. I have had thirty years of on the field experience in sports injuries of all types and attended NAIOMT through level 3.

Personal Interests: I enjoy watching and participating in all sports especially baseball and football. I love to explore new areas of the Northwest with my wife in our TAB trailer and I enjoy the adventure of fly fishing a wilderness lake or river.

Educational Background: Bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy, California State University Long Beach 1978.

Kara Jordan, PT, MPT

Why I’m a Physical Therapist: I first became interested in physical therapy after watching my father rehabilitate his knee when I was in junior high school. Then, I personally participated in physical therapy several times while I was a high school athlete. I loved the concept that I could work with people in an active setting, helping them return to full functional capacity. I still believe that physical therapists truly do have the best jobs!

Continuing Education Commitment: Continuing my education as a physical therapist is of the utmost importance to me personally and to our profession. Over my years of experience, I have participated in wide variety of continuing education opportunities to improve my orthopedic clinical competence, including manual skills, Kinesiotaping, exercise for special population, and aquatic therapy. I have also taken courses for Pulmonary Rehabilitation, Hippotherapy (Level 1 certified), and I am a certified CI (clinical instructor) through the APTA.

Personal Interests: In my time away from work, you can find me spending time with my husband and two young children. We love to travel, ride our bikes, fish, hike, and enjoy anything that brings us into the great outdoors! As a family, we place a high value on being part of our local church and giving back to our community.

Educational Background: I received my Masters in Physical Therapy degree from the University of New England in Biddeford, Maine in 2001, as well as a Bachelor of Science degree from the same institution in 2000.

Nick Carter, DPT

Why I’m a Physical Therapist: I knew early on I wanted to be a physical therapist when I began having chronic ankle sprains and started going to PT myself. MY PT made a big impact on my life and helped me to gain stability and strength that propelled me to greater heights in my sports. The ability to impact people’s lives in a positive way and allow them to achieve their personal goals has continued to push me to be a better physical therapist.

Continuing Education Commitment: My continuing education interests include completing a fellowship in manual therapy. I am also pursuing certification in additional spinal techniques for the state of Washington. I believe in continuously expanding my knowledge to include new research, and to prevent an atrophied mind. The stagnant mind gets left behind.

Personal Interest: My personal interests are varied including playing and watching sports, reading, hiking, swimming, hunting, fishing, television, and most importantly, spending time with friends and family.

Educational Background: I graduated from WSU Vancouver with honors and earned a B.S. in Biology. I then completed my DPT at Eastern Washington University.

Andrea Vos, PTA

Why I Chose To Become a PTA: During my career as a dancer and fitness instructor, I became increasingly interested in helping people attain and improve wellness through movement and natural means. My experience as a Certified Personal Trainer and as a Chiropractic Assistant provided a great introduction, but never fully addressed the complete picture of why someone is having pain or experiencing difficulty executing a movement properly and then how to solve this more comprehensively. I decided to go back to school and become a Physical Therapist Assistant in order to work hands-on with people as individuals, each with their unique needs and goals, and make a positive impact by teaching them how to allow their bodies to heal themselves.

Continuing Education Commitment: I am fortunate to be a part of the team at Summit in Snohomish and to work part-time at our sister clinic, Cascade, in Silver Lake, as I am regularly exposed to new and different ideas and techniques from a variety of experienced Physical Therapists. Additionally, I enjoy the opportunities to advance and expand my skills both as a PTA and a Group Fitness Instructor with continuing education courses, such as Muscle Energy Technique, PNF, and different fitness formats. Outside of the clinic, I specialize in teaching Barre fitness classes which are a huge complement to the principles of rehab exercise and provide a safe environment for students to learn stability and core control as well as sculpt their figures.

Personal Interests: In my spare time, I enjoy taking and teaching dance classes, “dinking”, reading, bike riding, hiking, and travelling both internationally and exploring the beautiful PACNW. After relocating to Seattle from Chicago in 2011 with my amazing fiancée, Mohamed, I am happy that my immediate family is now all within reasonable driving distance from each other for the first time in many years, including my step-children, whom are best described as “awesome”.

Sultan

Hours:
Monday – Thursday 7:00 am – 6:30 pm
Friday 7:00 am – 6:00 pm

Services

  • Physical Therapy Services
  • Spine Rehabilitation
  • Sports Medicine
 

  • Balance Rehabilitation
  • Vestibular rehabilitation
  • Work Injury Management

Lindsey Knox, DPT, COMT

Why I’m a Physical Therapist: I became a physical therapist because of the unique relationship I am able to build with each patient throughout his or her rehabilitation. I enjoy not only being a physical therapist to help improve patients’ physical condition but also to gain a good rapport and trust.
Continuing Education Commitment: I am committed to continuing my education and growing as a physical therapist. After completing a two-year program that specialized in manual therapy, I received my COMT, certified orthopedic manual therapist. I have also taken numerous courses involving Kinesio Tape, which allowed me to become a certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner.

Personal Interests: In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family and staying physically active with yoga and hiking.

Educational Background: I have received a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Shenandoah University, a private college in Virginia and also hold a B.S. in Biology from the University of Idaho where I was a Division I scholarship athlete. I am currently enrolled in Seattle Pacific University’s MBA program and will complete this degree over the next few years.

Cheryl Robinson, MSPT

Why I’m a Physical Therapist: I was drawn to physical therapy as a way to empower people to have a hand in their own health, well-being and ability to function. I continue to love my job for those same reasons.
Continuing Education Commitment: I strive to continuously further and better my professional skills and knowledge with up to date education, research and hands on studies.

Personal Interests: In my down time I love being in the outdoors with my 2 boys and my husband, photography and horses.

Educational Background: BS from Indiana University with a Major in Kinesiology and a minor in Psych, Masters in PT from University of Colorado.

Teagan Norton, DPT

Why I’m a Physical Therapist: My first introduction to physical therapy was as a young gymnast with knee pain. My physical therapist made such an impact on my life and made it possible for me to continue with the sport. He took the time to teach me about the anatomy and mechanics of my knee so I could become self-sufficient in managing my own symptoms. As a PT I love the opportunity I get to help patients learn about their bodies and become more active in managing their own health. I especially love working with children and helping them develop healthy habits from a young age!

Continuing Education Commitment: I am currently working on a fellowship through the Ola Grimsby Institute to become a Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist (COMT).

Personal Interests: In my spare time I enjoy reading, being outdoors, and spending time with my family and friends.

Educational Background: I Graduated with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Eastern Washington University and BS in Health Science from Whitworth University.

Pat Shipe, PTA

Why I’m a Physical Therapist Assistant: I chose to become a physical therapist assistant because I love helping people. I want to teach people how to improve and progress their functional outcome by giving them the tools and knowledge to continue striving for a healthier and more functional body and life.

Continuing Education Commitment: I want to continue learning for my patients. I strive to improve my knowledge, manual skills and techniques, and to upgrade current exercises to give my patients the best care so they can achieve the greatest outcomes.

Personal Interests: I love spending time with my family, precious grandchildren, and of course our two Boston Terriers. I enjoy reading a good mystery book, or watching movies. Outdoor gardening, bird feeding and watching, and in winter months enjoy knitting and crochet, and playing games on my iPad.

Educational Background: I graduated from Green River Community College with an Applied Associates of Science for Physical Therapy Assistant.