Christine earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology/Business from the State University of New York at Albany in 1988.   After working in a residential facility for children with developmental disabilities as a Behavioral Specialist and Assistant Treatment Director for 5 years, Christine returned to school to earn her Masters of Physical Therapy at Boston University.

 Christine began her career as a PT in NY at Burke Rehabilitation Hospital, working with adults with Neurological, Orthopedic, and Cardiovascular diagnoses.  She then returned to Boston where she worked at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in the Outpatient Dept.  Here, she worked with a multidisciplinary team of professionals to care for children from the United States and all over the world.  Christine also did contract work for a home for children and young adults with traumatic brain injuries and various other neurological disorders.  While at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Christine also evaluated and treated adults with neurological, orthopedic, and sports medicine diagnoses.

 She later worked in Boston for HealthSouth Corp in an outpatient facility where she treated adults with orthopedic/sports medicine diagnoses, as well as caring for children with a diversity of diagnoses in HealthSouth Outpatient facilities on part time basis. Christine moved to Hawaii in 2001 where she worked at an elementary school on a military base to provide augmented physical therapy services for a special project through the Department of Defense.  She later worked for a physician owned clinic in Honolulu treating adults with orthopedic/sports medicine and chronic pain diagnoses.

Christine, her husband, and her daughter moved to Colorado in 2010.  She enjoys doing activities with her young daughter, yoga & exercise.