“As a physical therapist, I have the unique ability to create a framework that allows the body to heal. I strive to connect with my patients to reduce pain, improve function, and attain personal goals. I believe in educating patients, providing individualized care, and having a bit of fun along the way.”
University of Iowa, Bachelor of Arts – Health and Human Physiology Bellarmine University, Doctorate of Physical Therapy
Certified Manual Physical Therapist (CMPT)
Certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling – Level 1 and 2
Graston M1 Trained
Beth enjoys treating all general orthopedic conditions, sports/running-related injuries, post-operative treatment, and dance/performing arts-related injuries. She also has a special interest in the treatment of the pelvic floor (men and women) and prenatal/postnatal care. She provides an individualized, hands-on approach to maximize therapeutic outcomes. Beth looks forward to advancing her skills as a manual therapist, pelvic floor therapist, and becoming an orthopedic certified specialist.
ACL Rehab, Chronic Pain, Dance Medicine Performing Arts, Graston Techniques, General Orthopedics, Manual Therapy, Pelvic Floor, Post-Op Rehab, Prenatal and Postnatal Care, Spine Rehab, Trigger Point Dry Needling.