Caitlin graduated with a Bachelor of Science in sports medicine from Colorado State University. Post-graduation, she obtained a master’s degree in biomechanics from the University of Northern Colorado before attending Shenandoah University. While at Shenandoah, she completed the dual-degree program to obtain a master’s degree in athletic training and doctorate in physical therapy.
During her studies, she was able to participate in clinical rotations at the University of Tennessee. She mainly worked with their football program, but also gained post-operative care experience working with athletes with backgrounds in track and field, softball, baseball, soccer, and swimming. She also did a rotation at the Air Force Academy working with the cadets.
Since graduation, Caitlin has practiced within the outpatient setting and is passionate about helping those requiring assistance in orthopaedic, sport specific, and pelvic health rehabilitation. She also treats post-concussion, pediatrics, and post-operative total joint care. Caitlin is a certified athletic trainer, and is certified in dry needling, strength and conditioning, pelvic health, and is pursuing her sport certified specialist (SCS) certification.
Caitlin grew up in the military and has lived all over the world. In her downtime, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two children, Noah and Emersyn, cheering on the Denver Broncos and Chicago Cubs, and going out for a nice run.