Integrative Health & Rehabilitation Physical Therapist
A proud Colorado native, Dr. Crump graduated with her Bachelor’s degree from Mesa State University where she received a full athletic scholarship to play softball. She then enrolled in the Physical Therapy Doctoral program at Regis University. There, she specialized in treating Vestibular disorders, including dizziness and vertigo. As a sports enthusiast, Dr. Crump understands the important role that moving well plays in overall health.
An Early Interest
From a young age, Dr. Crump knew she would become a physical therapist. Her interest was first piqued while in high school. Heavily involved in athletics, Dr. Crump deeply respected the physical therapists that surrounded her on a regular basis. She went into undergraduate school with her sights set on physical therapy, and sure enough – Dr. Crump graduated with her Doctor of Physical Therapy only a few short years later.
One of the many aspects of physical therapy that Dr. Crump utilizes is dry needling. She developed an interest in dry needling after a severe car accident on the way to work left her back a mess. Dr. Crump’s instructor at the time, one of only a handful of people trained in dry needling at the time, was able to help her tremendously.
Not only is Dr. Crump certified in dry needling, but she also has extensive experience in performing ergonomic assessments, designing strength and conditioning programs, and providing manual care. Her experience includes a great deal of work with motor vehicle accident and sports related injuries.
Family Above All
Outside of her practice, Dr. Crump indulges her big, tight-knit family. With five sisters, two brothers, and many nieces and nephews – she stays busy spending time with her loved ones. Dr. Crump also enjoys yoga, gardening, live music, hiking, sports, and riding her motorcycle.