I recently had knee replacement surgery. I decided to do my physical therapy at Capitol Physical Therapy in Verona because it would be convenient. I am so glad I made that decision. Nash made me feel comfortable right away. He is very knowledgeable and has a calm, encouraging manner. I was thrilled with the success…
Julie and Jessica were invaluable in my breast cancer recovery. After a long recovery from a mastectomy, chemo, radiation, and reconstructive surgery with implants, I still suffered from pain in my ribs below my breast and pain in my breast area from radiation. The Breast Center at UW Hospital was incredible during the implant surgery…
From the first time I met Julie and Jessica, it was clear that concern for my total care was their priority. This included both the physical and mental challenges of breast cancer recovery. Upon learning of their focus on all aspects of this targeted program, I knew I was in the right place and on…
After a double mastectomy and breast reconstruction which required muscle to be removed from my back and brought to my chest, I didn’t want anyone touching me. My chest felt weird, I was in a lot of pain, and I was tired of doctor appointments. But I also felt very weak and knew I needed…
We rate Capitol Physical Therapy a 10; we are extremely happy! After having received excellent PT in the past, we had no doubt this was the only place we would trust with our son’s recovery. The warm, welcoming environment makes it a comfortable place to receive therapy. This puts him at ease allowing for the…
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Meet the Staff
I am thrilled to have returned to the Midwest after 15 years of living in Portland, Oregon. Prior to earning my doctorate in physical therapy, I spent a decade serving clients as a licensed massage therapist. I loved my work, but longed for the skills to better assess my clients’ limitations, address them with manual therapy and exercise, and help to develop appropriate home programs to manage symptoms. When I realized I was describing the work of a physical therapist, I returned to school to pursue my physical therapy degree.
I serve patients with a wide variety of orthopedic conditions, including those affecting the important muscles of the pelvic floor. I am passionate about providing physical therapy to patients affected by breast cancer. Forever expanding my skill set, I am serving a residency through Evidence in Motion in order to specialize in orthopedics.
I enjoy camping, bicycling, Pilates, and exploring the Madison area with my husband and son.
As an avid endurance athlete, I became fascinated by the complexity and adaptability of the human body. I was drawn to physical therapy to be an expert on human movement and to assist patients of all functional levels in reaching their goals and improving their quality of life.
I earned my undergraduate degree in Health and Exercise Science at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO. From there, I went on to attend the University of Minnesota and received my Doctorate in Physical Therapy.
I take pride in the opportunity to empower those I work with to take their health into their own hands and get back to doing what they love. I am passionate about treating the whole person and improving their quality of movement and function through an evidenced-based approach. I have a special interest in the treatment of pelvic disorders and spinal dysfunction. Additional clinical interests include chronic pain, geriatric conditions, and the management of athletes.
In my free time, I love to be out riding my bike or running. The Madison area provides endless country roads for me to ride on and I compete in running races ranging from one mile to marathon distance. I also enjoy hiking, camping, and cross-country skiing.
As a UW graduate and lifelong Badger, I am so excited to be practicing in my favorite city and providing care to the community that I love.
I am a graduate of the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at Concordia University in Saint Paul, Minnesota, and hold an undergraduate degree in Kinesiology from UW-Madison. I love working in physical therapy across the human lifespan and am passionate about treating patients ranging from the geriatric population to young athletes. The best part of my job is getting to know each patient individually as we work together to reach their goals.
When not in the clinic, you could find me soaking up all that this beautiful state and city have to offer. I love camping, hiking, cheering on the Badgers, soaking up the sun on the Terrace, eating delicious food on State Street, and spending time with my wife, Catie, and dog, Marty.
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