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I strive to provide my clients with the best possible care. My interest in physical therapy stems from a desire to service others and contribute to their recovery. I have over 20 years of continuous clinical practice and have served as a mentor to fellows in training and residency participants from across the country. I am a member of the APTA and the Orthopedic Section of the APTA. Currently, I serve as a board member and Treasurer of the Arkansas Physical Therapy Association.
DPT – Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of St. Augustine, 2012
MS – Master of Science, Physical Therapy, University of Central Arkansas, 1998
MBA – Master of Business Administration, University of Arkansas Little Rock
Fellow of the American Academy of Manual Physical Therapist
Certified in Dry Needling, Movement Assessments, Manual Therapy and Natural Movement Training
My interest as a therapist began in high school when I had to attend therapy following an injury. I have been a therapist for 13 years with 12 of those working at Baptist Health. In 2008, I started working in the outpatient therapy clinic at BHMC-NLR. Working in a hospital based clinic gave me a wide variety of patients and exposure to working in both acute and inpatient rehab along with the outpatient clinic. I moved to the Baptist Health Therapy Center in Bryant 2 years ago. I am experienced in working with a variety of diagnosis including stroke, amputee and other neurological impairments. My area of emphasis is orthopedics including cervical and lumbar spine.
In my spare time, I volunteer at the Bryant Senior Center giving quarterly presentations.
DPT – Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of Central Arkansas, 2007
BS – Bachelor of Science, Applied Science, Centenary College, 2002