KrisAnë received her Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Ball State University. She earned a Master of Science in Community Health & Physical Therapy from Old Dominion University and completed her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Medical College of Virginia at Virginia Commonwealth University.
While at Ball State University, KrisAnë gained experience with acute and chronic sport injuries and biomechanical assessment while working with the baseball, volleyball and track & field teams.
Within two years of receiving her Masters, KrisAnë completed all of the Northwest Seminar Manual Therapy courses by Chilean therapist Mariano Rocabato. She expanded her skills by taking more than 200 hours of Continuing Medical Education through Michigan State’s College of Osteopathic Medicine, primarily lead by Dr. Phillip Greenman. In all, she has over 500 hours of continued education.
She enjoys working with patients of varied orthopaedic challenges and experiences her best outcomes by combining hands-on techniques with a supervised exercise program focused on neutral posture and functional stability. Her areas of interest include mechanical neck & back pain, headaches, and pain of the lower extremity joints.