Jenna received her bachelors degree from Montana State University and is a 2019 graduate of the Eastern Washington University Physical Therapy program. She moved from Montana in 2016 and has fallen in love with the Spokane area.
When not working, enjoys playing softball, going hiking, kayaking, and camping with her Husband and dog. She is excited to become a small part of helping her kiddos grow into the amazing people they are meant to be.
Karin received a bachelors degree in Community Health from Texas A&M University followed by a Masters degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. She has had the privilege of working with patients across the lifespan in the acute care and skilled nursing settings. However, her focus has been on the geriatric population, until now!
About 5 years ago, Karin realized a major piece of the puzzle that would help her patients achieve their full potential was missing. She discovered that missing piece was nutrition. She discovered the power of food as medicine personally and wants to bring that same opportunity to others. As a result, she is currently working on a Master of Science in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine through the University of Western States. Upon graduation she plans to fulfill the requirements to be board certified as a Certified Nutrition Specialist.
Karin lives in Post Falls with her husband, daughter, and son, a cat, and 2 rabbits. She enjoys studying and caring for her family and providing them with the best home-cooked meals around.
Taylor received her degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant from Spokane Falls Community College. She enjoys working with patients of all ages but has always had a passion for working with kids. She has two younger siblings who were adopted from the foster system and knows the importance of therapy to aid in attachment and development. When not working she enjoys spending time with her family, reading and being outdoors.
Beryl received her degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant from Olympic College in Poulsbo, Washington. She grew up on the Olympic Peninsula and moved to Spokane in 2016. Aside from pediatrics she has experience working with the elderly in a skilled nursing facility. When not working she enjoys dabbling in aerial acrobatics and yoga, spending time with her husband and dog, gardening, and baking.