Natalie received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Washington, then her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from Pacific University in 1998. She has worked in a variety of settings including: acute care, skilled nursing and inpatient rehabilitation. However the majority of her time as a physical therapist has worked in outpatient clinics treating a variety of orthopedic and pelvic conditions. She has been a Pelvic Health specialist for both men and women since the year 2000. During this time she has had the opportunity to work alongside urogynecologists, urologists, and colorectal specialists in the Providence Continence Center as well as assisting with lab instruction for the pelvic floor credentialing classes offered through the American Physical Therapy Association.
Natalie grew up in Lake Oswego and recently returned with her husband to raise her own kids here. In her free time Natalie loves to ski, snowshoe, hike, travel, watch her kids play sports, take long walks with her dog and cozy up with a good book.