Addie is a physical therapist originally from Overland Park, Kansas. Her love for physical therapy began when she was in high school. Addie played volleyball, basketball, and soccer during her high school years, suffering 2 ACL tears within 2 years of each other. She had surgery and immediately fell in love with the recovery process. After full recovery, Addie decided to pursue an exercise science degree at the University of Arkansas. These studies confirmed her goal and dream to become a physical therapist.
In 2015, Addie attended the University of Saint Mary in Leavenworth, KS for Physical Therapy school. In her final year of PT school, she participated in an elective course called, Pain Neuroscience. Through this course, Addie grew her passion for utilizing a holistic and individualized approach to treatment. She believes it is important to treat the mind and body together to achieve the patient’s goals and improve their quality of life. In addition to the elective course, she also received training through the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute which helped her develop a special interest in treating pelvic floor conditions.
Addie’s career aspirations include continuing with her specialty in pelvic floor rehabilitation and to eventually sit for the Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification through Herman and Wallace.
Addie and her husband, Aaron, had their first child in July 2020. She loves being a mom to their daughter! She is an avid endurance runner and loves to incorporate running into her physical therapy practice.