For the last 17 years, she has been helping patients get back to doing the things they love through physical therapy. It’s a passion she said gives her the ability to connect with her patients.
“I like changing ‘I can’t’ into ‘I can,’” she said. “The reward is helping people return to their lives and the activities they enjoy.”
Angie was encouraged to become a physical therapist from a PT she worked an even with as an undergrad.
“Turns out they knew me better than I knew myself,” she said.
And she’s been doing it ever since.
When Angie isn’t working, you can find her spending long, lazy days at the lake, watching her kids do the things they love, hiking and biking.
Wichita State University (Graduate School)
Emporia State University (Undergraduate School)