After receiving her Bachelor of Science in Biology at Eastern Illinois University, Shelley went on to earn her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Washington University in St. Louis, MO. With an educational foundation in movement system impairment and evidencebased practice, she gained valuable clinical experience working with orthopedic patients before fully realizing her passion for pelvic floor therapy. She began her professional career in Seattle, WA where she was the state representative for APTA’s Section of Women’s Health. After a move to Phoenix, AZ, she continued to specialize in women’s and men’s health, leveraging continuing education opportunities to expand her expertise and techniques treating her pelvic floor patients. Finally arriving in Denver, CO to join N2PT, Shelley continues to exercise her whole person approach which not only focuses on the musculoskeletal dysfunctions in her patients but incorporates patient education and counseling on stress management and mindfulness. She has a particular interest in sexual health, oncology, pelvic pain, and autoimmune diseases. When Shelley isn’t working she spends her time with her husband, family and friends hiking and camping.