Katherine is originally from Frederick, MD and moved to Colorado in 2018 with her, now husband, to chase her dreams of living in the mountains and starting a family. She graduated from Penn State University with an undergraduate degree in Kinesiology, and continued on to the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences, where she graduated with highest honors as a Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2014. She has since obtained her Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) certification after a 2-year residency program, along with her Dry Needling Certification (CMTPT) through Myopain Seminars in 2016.
Katherine aims to treat her patients with an individualized, goal-centered approach in order to create meaningful interactions, maximize the patient experience, and optimize function for best long term outcomes. She enjoys working with patients from all backgrounds, and is especially passionate for treating runners secondary to her own passion for running. She plans to expand upon her career in the coming years by pursuing her Manual Therapy Certification and exploring a Functional Manual Therapy approach through the Institute of Physical Art.
Katherine enjoys recreational activities including running, hiking, snowboarding, paddle boarding and biking. She believes in living a healthy, active lifestyle, and hopes to inspire her daughter and patients to do the same.