I am a therapist with a passion for empowering patients with the tools to reduce their pain and get back to the lives they want to live. As a teenager I received physical therapy to overcome a significant and painful injury. Therapy gave me my life back, and my love of providing therapy centers on improving others lives as well. Often, the smallest changes can make a tremendous difference.
My strengths as a therapist are communicating well and connecting with my patients. We are each unique and no two individuals’ pain is the same. I look at each patient as a whole in order to meet all their physical therapy needs. In the recovery cycle every day can be different. I strive to meet every patient’s needs with every therapy treatment.
I love working with all levels of athletic skills and diagnoses. I have taken advanced coursework in orthopedic rehabilitation, manual physical therapy, and women’s health.
- DPT: University of Puget Sound 2012, Tacoma WA
- BA: Psychology, Exercise science minor Brigham Young University Idaho, Rexburg, ID
Kim Brown has a love of learning and is regularly advancing her skills as a physical therapist in order to provide current, and evidence based care. She has a special interest in women’s health, athletic, and manual orthopedic physical therapy. She enjoys hiking, and camping, and jogging, painting, reading, and spending time with her husband and three daughters.
Kim also passed her PRPC certification. The PRPC certification recognizes expertise in the treatment of patients of any gender and age experiencing pelvic pain, pelvic girdle dysfunction, conditions of bowel, bladder, and sexual dysfunction that relate, in whole or in part, to the health and function of pelvic structures and the pelvic floor.