Christine was born in Albany, Oregon but was raised in the northern foothills of the Colorado Rockies. Inspired by the mountain landscape that surrounded her and her appreciation for athletics, Christine found a passion in helping others through sport, orthopedic and neuro physical therapy. Christine attended Brigham Young University Idaho where she received an Applied Associates in Physical Therapy Assistance in 2015. After graduation, Christine and her husband moved to Oregon where she continued her bachelor’s degree in Exercise physiology and passed her licensing exam in 2016.
Christine’s experience in clinical rotations taught her that the most valuable part of working on a team is learning from the experts around her. She now thrives in this fast-paced educational environment, feeling blessed to learn new techniques while bringing positive change to people’s lives. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her loving husband, playing sports, and exploring the outdoors through hiking, rock climbing, and hunting.