Since 2004, Annette has worked in the private outpatient clinic setting specializing in manual orthopedic therapy. During her career, she has worked in multiple settings including acute care, home health, neurological rehabilitation, aquatics, skilled nursing facilities, outpatient orthopedics and sports medicine. She also traveled across the country for 3 years as a traveling physical therapist. Annette enjoys treating difficult spinal and extremity disorders. She treats all areas of the body with a total body hands on approach. She uses manual therapy, therapeutic exercises, dry needling and education to restore optimal posture and function. She specializes in both adolescent and adult scoliosis.
Annette has taken extensive continuing education including most of the courses offered through The Institute of Physical Art, the Postural Restoration Institute, The Institute of Clinical Excellence and several Dry Needling courses. She is Certified in the Schroth Method for scoliosis therapy and in Vestibular Rehabilitation.
Annette graduated from the University of Kentucky in 1991 with a B.S. in Physical Therapy. Annette’s personal interests include spending time with her husband, twin children and dog, mountain and road biking, hiking, kayaking, ultimate Frisbee, and gardening.