Keri received her Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy in 1998 from Mount Saint Mary’s College in Los Angeles, California, and in 2012 she completed her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Regis University.
Specializing in manual therapy for spine dysfunctions, she has experience working with a myriad of soft tissue and joint dysfunctions responsible for neck, back pain and headaches, as well as shoulder and knee injuries.
She previously worked as an assistant instructor with Manual Therapy Seminars in the United States and England, teaching physical therapists and other health care practitioners various techniques for assessment and management of spine problems and other musculoskeletal dysfunctions. She has also utilized diagnostic ultrasound imaging for treatment of segmental lumbar spine and cervical spine stabilization. She has worked for Sport and Spine Physical Therapy, and for KinetaCare in Brighton, Colorado.
Keri is the program director for EIM’s dry needling certification.