Beth was born and raised in Charlottesville, Virginia. She attended University of Mary Washington earning her Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology. Following the completion of her degree, she traveled west to Los Angeles where she received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Southern California in 2006. Beth joined Therapeutic Associates shortly after graduation in 2006 and is a senior physical therapist at Providence Saint Joseph’s Medical Center. During her time with Therapeutic Associates she has had the opportunity to provide valuable patient care in the inpatient, acute rehab, and outpatient settings. Joining the Balance and Vestibular clinic team has allowed Beth to pursue her passion of helping neurologically impaired patients continue to thrive. Her experience with providing care to inpatient neurological patients provides her with a background of different levels of neurological impairments. She has supplemented her doctorate by earning her Neuro-IFRAH stroke certification as well as her APTA Clinical Instructor certification. Beth additionally serves as a Therapeutic Associates Certified Mentor to newer staff.
During her free time, Beth enjoys hiking, yoga, swimming, and spending time with friends and family.
APTA Clinical Instructor certification