Nicole graduated from Baylor University with a master’s degree in Physical Therapy. Before her returning back to her home state of North Dakota in 2006, Nicole served in the US Army as a physical therapist. She has over 15 years as an outpatient physical therapist in orthopedic settings. She is board certified as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist through the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. She has pursued various training over the years to include certifications in ASTYM, dry needling, and blood flow restriction training. In addition to her clinic practice, Nicole also provides consulting work to area businesses for ergonomic improvements and employee training to include consulting with local employers for the ND WSI Ergonomic Initiative Program. Most recently she has pursued her passion in woman’s health to treat incontinence, organ prolapse, and pelvic pain conditions. She’s also certified as a pregnancy and postpartum exercise specialist. Nicole believes therapy is more than just hands on treatment, but through education and awareness empowers patients to encourage an active role in their therapy for their greatest success. When not in the clinic she enjoys spending time with her husband, Nol, and their two children.