You can expect hour long personalized sessions that are one-on-one with the physical therapist. Course of treatment is not based on protocols dictated by insurance companies but rather catered to your individuality and unique needs. Crossover Physical Therapy’s primary focus is on Manual Therapy. We will not have you pay to do things in the clinic that we feel you can perform on your own at home.

It is a very real reality in the healthcare industry that insurance companies are continually cutting reimbursement rates per patient. With the decline in reimbursement, many clinics are encouraging physical therapists to see more patients over the course of the day, decreasing the time of personalized 1-on-1 care with the patients. With a cash based practice, we are able to decide how we want to treat patients as we are not regulated by the insurance companies. This allows us to provide 1-on-1 care for our patients over the course of the one hour treatment session with the same physical therapist every time.


I graduated from Northern Arizona University with my Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2009. I have a variety of experience and first began practicing Physical Therapy in Flagstaff, AZ from 2009 to 2010 then Gilbert, AZ from 2010 to 2014 and Maple Grove, MN from 2014-current. I have been an active member at EffectUs Athletics since November 2014. In 2015 I became level 1 certified as a CrossFit Trainer. I have a passion for manual therapy and an overall goal to help patients get their lives back through functional movement. By beginning Crossover Physical Therapy I now have the opportunity to apply my Physical Therapy experience to help CrossFit athletes and persons within my local community. Throughout my career I have had the opportunity to work with a wide variety of patients with injuries from head to toe, literally. So whether you are an athlete, average Joe or Soccer mom, I would love the opportunity to help you.

My wife and I moved to the community in early 2014. We have two children, Abigail and Emmett. Abigail and Emmett keep us busy and I even enjoy coaching Abigail’s soccer team in the summertime. I was an athlete myself growing up and still enjoy a game of football, basketball, or soccer. My family and I enjoy our time together and in our free time we like to play at the park and go on camping trips. We are learning to embrace this Minnesota lifestyle and may even begin snow shoeing this winter. We look forward to raising our family in such a wonderful community.


As my involvement in the field of physical therapy has deepened, I have observed how CrossFit and physical therapy have become increasingly integrated.  There is now a greater understanding that more high-quality, high-functioning muscle mass generates multiple benefits.  Higher functioning muscle mass dramatically lowers the work burden for the heart, improves metabolic efficiency, directly reduces the risk of falling and helps reduce obesity.  All of these benefits preserve the quality of life with advanced age.   As a future physical therapist, I will use physical therapy rehabilitation to help return the patient to his or her previous level of health.  But, patient care can’t end there.  I intend to fully integrate into my programs continued functional fitness in order to improve the human experience by transforming the patients outlook and responsibility for long term health and fitness.   By using an individualized program of optimizing movement, the process of transformation begins resulting in maximizing a patients fitness for years to come.

A little background about me, I grew up in Madison, WI where I played boy’s high school hockey at Madison Edgewood as well as women’s AAA hockey for the Madison Capitols and Team Wisconsin before advancing my career to the division 1 level at St. Cloud State University. I graduated from St. Cloud State University in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in business marketing and am currently pursuing my Doctorate in Physical Therapy.