Sarah earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) degree from Wichita State University in 2012. She has been trained in an array of manual therapy techniques such as myofascial release, visceral manipulation, and upper level Trigger Point Dry Needling, including at the pelvic floor. In addition to specializing in dysfunctions related to the spine and pelvis, she has additional training in temporomandibular joint dysfunction.
Pelvic health physical therapy has proven to be a powerful and significant niche of care that Sarah has found herself in, and she loves the role that physical therapists get to play. Sarah really listens to her patients to treat the root of the cause of their issue, and helps them find meaningful next steps for treatment, resolution, and/or self-management.
She treats across the lifespan in men, women, and children for pelvic health dysfunction, and expects that pelvic health will become a gold standard of treatment in healthcare. Sarah and her husband Cole have three children and they love to spend time outdoors camping, hiking, and playing soccer.