PT, ScD, FAAOMPT
completed the IAOM-US fellowship program in 2015 and her terminal professional degree, Doctorate of Science in physical therapy, at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in 2006. She completed an orthopedic manual therapy residency program in Perth, Western Australia, in 2000 and certification in orthopedic manual therapy for both the spine and extremities from the IAOM-US. Primary physical therapy education, Master of Science in Physical Therapy was completed in 1994 at the University of the Pacific.
She has published original research, clinical commentaries and case studies and is senior editor of The IAOM-US Connection and assistant teaching faculty. Tanya acts as a Reviewer for the Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy (JMMT).
As an orthopedic Fellow in orthopedic manual physical therapy, senior therapist, Tanya treats all orthopedic related injury/dysfunction of the spine, upper and lower extremities, TMJ, vestibular dysfunction, cervicogenic headaches, neurogenic pain dysfunctions and sports medicine.