Madisen is a Spokane native who moved to Seattle to attend the University of Washington where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in biology. She lived and worked in Paris, France prior to starting PT school at the University of Washington where she earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She has participated in physical therapy volunteer groups to India and Guatemala and has volunteered locally with Dance for Parkinson’s, University District Street Medicine and Experience Fitness Project. She worked in the Department of Rehabilitation at UW throughout PT school assisting with research on balance training in children.
Madisen enjoys working with patients throughout the lifespan. Her clinical interests range from orthopedic injuries to patients with neurologic diagnoses. Most of all, she encourages people to live a healthy, active lifestyle. She strives to create a trust with her patients in order to provide the best care and outcomes possible.
In her spare time, Madisen enjoys watching and playing sports (Go Hawks! Go Zags! Go Huskies!), hiking the beautiful trails in the area, cooking and baking and brushing up on her French.