Hannah was born and raised in Essex Junction, Vermont where she grew up playing sports and discovering her love for the outdoors. She first became interested in physical therapy after being a patient for various sports-related injuries. It was during those visits that she discovered the passion physical therapists have for better understanding their patients and their pain. Her interest in the field continued to grow from there and eventually landed her in PT school.
Hannah took a detour before pursuing her career in physical therapy. She attended Bryant University in Smithfield, Rhode Island where she majored in Business Administration. While attending Bryant, Hannah became involved in many leadership opportunities on campus, growing her love for working with others and solving problems. Hannah always knew physical therapy was her true calling and remained heavily involved in the sciences as well during her time in undergraduate school.
After graduating from Bryant University in 2020, Hannah ventured south to Nashville where she obtained her Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy at Belmont University. Loving the warmer weather of the south, but missing the mountains she grew up around, Hannah found her way to Cookeville after graduation.
Hannah continues to learn and grow each day in an attempt to provide the best experience she can for patients. She maintains her membership of the American Physical Therapy Association in an effort to support her learning and provide excellent care for patients. When Hannah is not in the clinic, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, going outdoors, watching sports, and hiking.