Anna began her occupational therapy career working in hospitals helping patients gain independence while recovering from acute and chronic conditions. While pregnant with her second child, Anna experienced pelvic pain which continued after the birth of her son. Unable to receive proper medical care (due to limited resources in the town she lived in), Anna began doing her own research, educating herself on pelvic floor dysfunctions-and she has not stopped since. While Anna's passion is caring for mothers, she seeks to help all people connect with and heal their pelvic floors. As an occupational therapist, Anna's goal is to help her patients actively participate in their everyday activities without pain and limitations.
Anna received her Doctorate in Occupational Therapy from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. She has trained with the Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute and will be obtaining the Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner