Sarah was born in Turlock, California. She was an active youth and participated in multiple sports such as volleyball, basketball, and track & field. She married her husband Josh, who at the time, was serving in the army. When his service was done, they settled in Arizona where she worked on getting an Associates of Arts degree and a Bachelor of Science in Business degree.  When she started working in professional jobs, she sat at a desk for hours and realized she needed to change careers into something that would allow her to be more active. She was introduced to physical therapy following a car accident and immediately knew she wanted to be a Physical Therapist. She attended Idaho State University where she earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2019.

Sarah has worked for Meadowland Therapy since she graduated from Idaho State University in 2019 with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy. She has been interested in Pelvic Health since she was a student and has been passionate about learning all she can about pelvic floor dysfunctions.

Sarah enjoys treating bowel, bladder, and sexual dysfunction in both men and women and likes to focus on body mechanics and using posture to restore pelvic floor function. Sarah has been a Teaching Assistant for Herman & Wallace in the pelvic floor series for a year and has really enjoyed the teaching environment. Sarah has also been a guest lecturer at ISU in the PTA program to inform PTA students about the pelvic health field.

Sarah is eager to learn and takes every opportunity to learn new skills to help her patients get better. She enjoys getting to know her patients and teaching them about their bodies and how to use movement and exercise as a way to heal the body.

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