Jeni received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Washington University in St. Louis, a program that has been consistently pioneering a unique, movement-based approach to physical therapy. While pursuing her doctoral work, she trained at Rancho Los Amigos gait lab in Los Angeles, CA where she discovered her love of gait analysis and eventually went on to pursue running and gait analysis in the clinical setting. Jeni utilizes a program called the Hudl technique to video, analyze, treat, and prevent running injuries. Jeni has also received specialized training in pelvic health through the Herman and Wallace Institute and advanced manual training through NAIOMT. She genuinely enjoys helping her patients return to an active lifestyle by utilizing a combination of exercise, manual techniques, education and encouragement to customize a unique and successful treatment plan.
Outside of work, Jeni enjoys being a dog mom to her 4-year-old Golden Retriever, running, strength training, hiking, skiing, and swimming.
Special Interests: Video gait and running analysis, sports medicine, manual therapy, pelvic floor rehabilitation, LE biomechanics, foot and ankle overuse injuries, movement impairment injuries, and shoulder and knee post-op.