What I love about being a physical therapist is developing a therapeutic relationship with people and being by their side throughout the rehab journey. I enjoy working with different types of people of all ages and am able to treat the individual by seeing the whole person, not just the injury. I provide the tools necessary to reach goals and maximize function with less pain. I do this by incorporating evidence-based treatments including manual therapy and rehabilitative exercises. I believe that the key to successful outcomes is educating the patient so they can take control of their own health to ensure long term results.
I like to treat various orthopedic and neurologic conditions, but have a special interest in treating pelvic health, which encompasses any gender. This has led me to complete advanced coursework in this area and the ability to treat diagnoses such as pelvic pain, pregnancy/postpartum conditions, urinary incontinence, bowel dysfunction, endometriosis, sexual dysfunction and pudendal neuralgia. Starting off as a patient before becoming a therapist, I have experienced firsthand how addressing pelvic health issues can be empowering and improve quality of life.
DPT: Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions, Provo, UT
BS: University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana
Kasia was born in Poland and grew up in Illinois before moving to Utah with her husband in 2017. Their growing family consists of a dog, cat, fish and garden so far. She is excited to keep exploring Utah and everything it has to offer. Outside of work, you can catch her doing yoga, hiking, skiing, mountain biking, rock climbing or painting.