Rebecca received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Boston University in June of 2014. There, she spent time developing and enhancing a post-partum program focusing on core strengthening and education about the pelvic floor. Since working with TAI, Rebecca has focused her professional skills to specialize in orthopedics and pelvic health of women and pediatric patients. Her areas of interest include manual therapy, orthopedic treatment of athletes, pelvic floor health, and pre- peri- and post-partum patients.
Rebecca plans to pursue her certification in manual therapy through the North American Institute of Orthapaedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT), and become a pelvic floor certified specialist through the Herman & Wallace Institute. She enjoys working with all types of patients and believes in educating them to empower their own recovery with guidance and awareness of their physical abilities.
An Oregon native, Rebecca received her Bachelor of Science from Oregon State University and was a 4-year member of the OSU rowing team. She now coaches for the Stumptown Volleyball Club and plays both indoor and beach volleyball recreationally. She is happy to live in her native city with the ability to camp, bike, and play volleyball all within a few hours of her home.