I am very glad I decided to do thearpy. I've had improvement in my motion and know for a fact if I would have done more at home it would have been even better. Thanks to everyone involved in my experience.
During her time as an undergraduate at the University of Kansas, Jenna decided to pursue physical therapy after shadowing a neurologist whose patients stated how much PT had helped improve their quality of life. She graduated from KU with a Bachelor of Arts in Human Biology with a concentration in Psychology in December of 2009. During PT school, she had a 10-week clinical rotation at Advanced Physical Therapy and enjoyed it immensely. She graduated from Wichita State University as a Doctor of Physical Therapy in May of 2013. What Jenna enjoys most about being a physical therapist is the way manual techniques and various exercises and activities can impact a patient’s life as well as the bond that is built with patients. Outside of work, she enjoys working out, doing yoga, and playing piano.