Dominique was born in Montgomery, AL, and raised in John’s Creek, GA. She’s the only girl and the middle child of her family. Growing up, she spent a lot of time playing sports with her brothers which eventually lead her to become a triathlete (volleyball, basketball, and track) at Northview High School. Go Titan’s! Eventually, as sports became more competitive, Dominique felt compelled to concentrate on one sport and chose to dedicate herself to volleyball. Club volleyball allowed her to travel across the U.S. at a young age which taught her a lot of responsibility and time management. She ended up playing Division I volleyball at Kennesaw State University (Go Owls!). At the start of her undergraduate education, she was a Biology major with a focus on Pre-Veterinary Medicine. After sustaining a bad concussion and receiving a lot of vestibular therapy, the process of relearning how to walk, balance, and concentrate again got her really interested in the Physical Therapy field. Eventually, she changed her major to Exercise Science and graduated in 2015 with a bachelor’s in Integrative Studies with concentrations in Exercise Science and Psychology.
After graduating from Kennesaw State, Dominique traveled to Austin, TX to start physical therapy school. She attended the University of St. Augustine where she graduated with honors with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Within the Physical Therapy field, she has treated various conditions including vertigo, spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, sports injuries, work-related injuries, and much more.
Outside of work, Dominique loves spending time with family and friends, traveling, trying new foods, playing volleyball and guitar, and binge-watching Netflix and Hulu.