Mallory earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Eastern Washington University. She became interested in Physical Therapy growing up in Eastern Washington and participating in dance, watersports, and snowboarding. She still enjoys these activities and participates in dance classes, pilates, and barre classes in her free time. Her continuing education courses focus on orthopedics, manual therapy, pilates- based rehabilitation, pregnancy and postpartum care, and pelvic floor rehabilitation. Mallory places a strong emphasis on educating her patients to better understand the anatomy and biomechanics contributing to their symptoms and to empower them to understand their role in recovery and injury prevention. She also has experience working with patients to address movement dysfunction following surgery for breast cancer.
Special interests: Spinal dysfunction, manual therapy, oncology rehab, pilates-based rehab, pre- and post-operative care, pregnancy and postpartum care, pelvic floor rehabilitation, and researching evidence based practice.