Nancy received a Bachelor of Science in physical therapy from the University of Washington. She received a diploma in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy from the McKenzie Institute in 1997.
Nancy's primary interest is in adult outpatient orthopedics with expertise in mechanical diagnosis and treatment of neck and back pain. She has over 40 years of experience which have included departmental management as well as direct patient care. She has also been a guest lecturer for University of Washington Physical Therapy students on mechanical diagnosis and therapy since 2001. She now is enjoying working per diem while continuing to use her career skills. Nancy likes to draw on her past experience in community home health physical therapy service to focus on functional goal-setting with elderly patients.
“Each patient is an individual and does best with a customized program to return to their normal activities. I embrace the challenge of developing that program and teaching the patient self-care for recovery and prevention of recurrence.”
Nancy is a native Washingtonian and currently lives in Lake Forest Park where she enjoys gardening, handcrafts, and visits from her two daughters and four grandchildren. She stays fit by walking and through use of her local YMCA.