Carol began her career as an entry level Physical Therapist working in outpatient, aquatic therapy, home health physical therapy and at a skilled physical therapy facility in a rural community. She was able to develop a women’s health program as well. The majority of Carol’s career has been with CNOS beginning in 2004. Carol brought her knowledge of women’s health to CNOS and developed a program. She has been fortunate enough to work closely with physicians in the Siouxland community to grow this program for the area. Carol is currently working at the CNOS Moville Clinic and loves the rural setting and relationships she has developed with not only the community, but the local health care providers as well. The majority of Carol’s clients are orthopedic and sports medicine patients, however providing physical therapy services in a rural area affords her the opportunity to see a variety of diagnoses, including geriatrics and neurological vestibular.
Carol’s main focus of practice is orthopedic care for all ages. Sports medicine emphasis is key in the rural areas, as CNOS serves several area schools for sports injuries. She also provides women’s health services for a large area surrounding Siouxland.
Carol is married with two boys. She loves spending her free time with her family and watching them compete in their sport. Carol has a passion for exercise and enjoys working on home improvement projects with her husband.