As a physical therapist with 20+ years’ experience, Terri devotes her skills to helping women with pelvic floor issues. She also has a very strong background in orthopedic physical therapy, which not only helps in women’s health but makes her versatile and able to assess a multitude of injuries and conditions. When caring for her clients, she listens closely to formulate the most effective way to address their concerns and improve their function. She likes to address the whole musculoskeletal system during treatment.
Terri grew up in Seattle and has stayed in the Northwest her entire life. She attended Western Washington University for undergrad and earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Regis University. She and her husband live in University Place and have a wonderful three-legged dog named Sheena. She likes to stay active by doing yoga, running, cycling, and hiking. Her hobby is cooking, and she also belongs to a literature group that meets monthly to discuss a variety of fiction and nonfiction. She became a physical therapist because she loves to work with people and wanted to help patients improve their function and achieve their goals.