- Bachelor of Science, Exercise Science- Gonzaga University
- Doctor of Physical Therapy-Regis University
- American Physical Therapy Association
- I specialize in treatment of persistent pain states through pain education, graded activity exposure, and the treatment of CRPS (RSD) through graded motor imagery. I also have special training in rehabilitation of injured multi-sport athletes and runners through sport specific exercise programs and appropriate pacing.
I grew up in Montana where I got used to walking up hill both ways in 40 below zero weather. I then went to Gonzaga where I watched America's team play basketball for 4 years. I found my way to Denver, CO for PT school afterwards and then moved to Nashville TN after I graduated while my wife pursued a Master's degree at Vanderbilt. My wife and I moved to Seattle at the end of 2012 to be closer to family and bought a house last year. I have an interest in research and science related to physical therapy, particularly chronic pain conditions and novel scientific treatment approaches that allow patients to take control of their particular predicament.
I participate in short and medium distance triathlons and am an avid college basketball fan (Go Zags). I love spending time at home with my wife, Kendall, and my dog, Elvis. I also love paddle boarding, snow boarding, fishing, and really spicy food.