Chloe received her Doctoral Degree in Physical Therapy from Pacific University in May 2016. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Pacific University in 2013, graduating as class valedictorian. Her undergraduate research focused on injury prevention in runners, and her graduate research focused on management of chronic low back pain.
Chloe enjoys working with patients with all types of neuro-musculoskeletal disorders, but has special interest in chronic pain, women’s health, and running injuries and performance. She believes strongly in the capacity of the human body to heal itself through restoration of proper movement patterns. Her goal is to help all individuals achieve their full potential and have the healthy, active lifestyles they deserve.
Chloe has experience through clinical affiliations in orthopedic and sports physical therapy, geriatrics, and neurological rehabilitation. She is pursuing continuing education in pelvic floor rehabilitation through Herman & Wallace and manual therapy through the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT).
Chloe grew up in Dayton, Oregon and has lived here all her life. Her favorite sport is track and field, and she competed collegiately as a high jumper and hurdler. When she’s not in the clinic, you can find her running on the trails, doing yoga, sampling local craft beverages, or playing the French horn.