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.