Rachel earned her Bachelor of Science with a minor in health sciences and Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Springfield College in Springfield, MA. She started her career in MA, gaining a strong clinical background in orthopedics, sports rehab, and manual therapy. She went on to expand her clinical experiences, including neurological diagnoses, amputations, and complex comorbidities, while doing travel physical therapy in various areas of the U.S. Rachel found herself drawn to the women’s health population and further specialized in breast cancer rehab while in San Francisco, CA. This passion for women’s health lead to her to extend that specialty to pelvic health rehabilitation. She has completed extensive continuing education in pelvic health rehabilitation, orthopedic mobilization, functional dry needling, Graston and running analysis. Rachel strongly believes in the whole body approach to treatment, empowering patients through education and is passionate about helping people regain not only improved daily function, but also improved quality of life.
In her free time, Rachel enjoys spending time with her husband and Bernese mountain dog, Drogo. She is an avid traveler, loves music and is an outdoors enthusiast who enjoys everything Denver has to offer including rock climbing, hiking, camping, and snowboarding.