Jen received her Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) from Pacific University in Oregon. She is devoted to the holistic approach of physical therapy and likes to look at the big picture to determine if there are additional impairments that have been overlooked in a patient's history. She has a passion for women's health physical therapy, particularly issues related to pregnancy and postpartum. After receiving her doctorate, Jen has focused her continuing education on obstetric and postpartum physical therapy. She stays up to date on the most effective treatment techniques and uses evidence-based practice to help women who are experiencing pain and dysfunction during or after pregnancy. Although many of these conditions are very common, these are not conditions that a woman just has to learn to live with these individuals can respond to treatment. She believes women should not have to suffer through discomfort just because it is "part of being a woman". Helping these women find relief from their symptoms is an incredibly fulfilling job for her. Similarly, Jen does not agree with the notion that men and women should have to deal with pelvic floor issues such as urinary and fecal incontinence or painful intercourse in silence. She wants to help these underserved populations be pain-free and live healthy, active lives.