Karlee grew up in Redmond, Oregon and this is where she fell in love with outdoor activities and sports. She graduated from Oregon State University in 2015 with her Bachelor’s in Exercise Sport Science. Karlee did not take any time off and went straight through to getting her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Regis University in Denver, CO. She graduated in May, 2018. While getting her Doctorate, she was involved in community service activities including raising a service puppy and designing exercise plans for people with neurological diseases. Karlee took an elective in her Doctorate program on vestibular rehabilitation and this is when she learned that she wanted to treat patients with dizziness and balance issues. She also enjoys treating orthopedic patients and using both manual therapy and specific exercises to help each patient reach their goals.
Growing up in a small town, Karlee is passionate about providing quality health care to rural communities. She was excited to get a job here in Casper where she can treat patients with a large variety of physical therapy issues. She is pursing continuing education in craniofacial rehabilitation and vestibular rehabilitation so she can provide the best quality care to those with headaches, neck pain and dizziness.
In her free time Karlee enjoys hiking, running, skiing, baking desserts and spending time with family and friends.